What the Diamonds Mean For Diamonds

A new report from Axios found that the amount of diamonds mined worldwide is up to 30% higher than what was predicted by the United Nations.

The study, titled “The Price of Gold,” estimated the average annual output of diamonds would be $5,300,000,000.

But the report found that is now only about $2,400,000 per year.

In fact, the amount mined is down by an estimated 70%.

Diamond mining is up in other countries, as well.

In the United States, for instance, the average is down to $2.2 million per day.

The report noted that the global diamond industry, including the diamond mining industry, is worth an estimated $50 billion.

Here are a few other important facts about diamonds: The diamond in your hands is the most valuable object on Earth.

Diamonds are the hardest mineral on Earth, and the most expensive.

Diamond is considered the “ultimate material,” meaning its quality and the durability it can withstand the harshest conditions, like the sun.

Diamond has a long history in jewelry, with it being used in jewelry for thousands of years.

Diamond-bearing diamonds can hold up to 100 times their own weight.

The average value of a diamond is $20,000 to $40,000 and up.

Diamond mines are a multi-billion dollar industry worldwide.

The price of a single pound of diamonds is $1,500,000 U.S. dollars.

It’s estimated that the average American makes $1 million to $5 million per year as a diamond cutter.

In 2018, there were 7.4 million employees employed in the diamond industry.

According to the U.N., diamonds are one of the most important products on the planet, accounting for about 20% of the global trade in gems.

Diamond mining also has a major impact on biodiversity.

A study in 2015 found that a staggering 85% of Earth’s known life-forms were in some way dependent on diamonds for their survival.

In a statement, the U,N.

said that its new report provides a vital baseline for policymakers and investors worldwide to determine whether or not diamonds are being effectively exploited for the benefit of humanity.