the panama diamond exchange has partnered with cámara de joyería y platería de jalisco, the largest jewelry association in mexico.

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Panama Diamond Exchange Partners With Mexico’s Largest Jewelry Association

The Panama Diamond Exchange (PDE) has partnered with Cámara de Joyería y Platería de Jalisco, the largest jewelry association in Mexico.

The partnership aims to develop and improve business relationships between Panama and Mexico.

Cámara de Joyería y Platería de Jalisco is based in Guadalajara, Mexico. The partnership includes affiliate status and automatic entry to the PDE for all Cámara de Joyería y Platería de Jalisco members.

The two organizations will also collaborate to put on Mexico Diamond Week, which will bring a delegation of Mexican jewelers to Panama.

“The establishment of a recognized diamond exchange in Latin America is an exciting development for the jewelry sector in Mexico,” said Miguel Cotero, president of Cámara de Joyería y Platería de Jalisco. “Not only will it provide a substantial and ready supply of diamonds in a center that is easy to access and comfortable to operate in, but the fact that it will bring together traders from across the region and the world should provide us with new opportunities and markets for our own products.”

“For PDE, this agreement epitomizes the very core of our mission, and that is to provide a structured trading environment that improves the prospects of the entire Latin American gemstone and jewelry sector,” said Erez Akerman, PDE president. “Mexico is of critical importance, not only because of its size and value as a market, but also because of its leadership role.”


Private: Panama Diamond Exchange Partners With Mexico’s Largest Jewelry Association

The Panama Diamond Exchange (PDE) has partnered with Cámara de Joyería y Platería de Jalisco, the largest jewelry association in Mexico.

The partnership aims to develop and improve business relationships between Panama and Mexico.

Cámara de Joyería y Platería de Jalisco is based in Guadalajara, Mexico. The partnership includes affiliate status and automatic entry to the PDE for all Cámara de Joyería y Platería de Jalisco members.

The two organizations will also collaborate to put on Mexico Diamond Week, which will bring a delegation of Mexican jewelers to Panama.

“The establishment of a recognized diamond exchange in Latin America is an exciting development for the jewelry sector in Mexico,” said Miguel Cotero, president of Cámara de Joyería y Platería de Jalisco. “Not only will it provide a substantial and ready supply of diamonds in a center that is easy to access and comfortable to operate in, but the fact that it will bring together traders from across the region and the world should provide us with new opportunities and markets for our own products.”

“For PDE, this agreement epitomizes the very core of our mission, and that is to provide a structured trading environment that improves the prospects of the entire Latin American gemstone and jewelry sector,” said Erez Akerman, PDE president. “Mexico is of critical importance, not only because of its size and value as a market, but also because of its leadership role.”


Private: Panama Diamond Exchange Partners With Mexico’s Largest Jewelry Association

The Panama Diamond Exchange (PDE) has partnered with Cámara de Joyería y Platería de Jalisco, the largest jewelry association in Mexico.

The partnership aims to develop and improve business relationships between Panama and Mexico.

Cámara de Joyería y Platería de Jalisco is based in Guadalajara, Mexico. The partnership includes affiliate status and automatic entry to the PDE for all Cámara de Joyería y Platería de Jalisco members.

The two organizations will also collaborate to put on Mexico Diamond Week, which will bring a delegation of Mexican jewelers to Panama.

“The establishment of a recognized diamond exchange in Latin America is an exciting development for the jewelry sector in Mexico,” said Miguel Cotero, president of Cámara de Joyería y Platería de Jalisco. “Not only will it provide a substantial and ready supply of diamonds in a center that is easy to access and comfortable to operate in, but the fact that it will bring together traders from across the region and the world should provide us with new opportunities and markets for our own products.”

“For PDE, this agreement epitomizes the very core of our mission, and that is to provide a structured trading environment that improves the prospects of the entire Latin American gemstone and jewelry sector,” said Erez Akerman, PDE president. “Mexico is of critical importance, not only because of its size and value as a market, but also because of its leadership role.”