ICA GemBureau Middle East to open in Dubai

A Staff Reporter
Filed on November 29, 2007

DUBAI The Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) announced yesterday that it has signed an agreement with the International Coloured Gemstone Association (ICA) to establish ICA GemBureau Middle East, a Dubai-based dedicated facility designed to meet the needs of ICA members and trade representatives, including those based in the Middle East and overseas.

The agreement was signed by Mr. Andrew Cody, President of the ICA, and Ms Gaiti Rabbani, Executive Director, Coloured Stones and Pearls at DMCC.

ICA, a non-profit trade association that represents the international coloured gemstone industry, has over 500 members in 46 countries worldwide. The Coloured Stones and Pearls division at DMCC works closely with members of the trade to implement initiatives designed to develop these sectors, and grow the value and volume of trade in coloured gemstones. Earlier this year, in a sign of the increasing importance of Dubai to the international coloured gemstones trade, ICA held its 12th Biennial Congress in the emirate.

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