A worker examines a diamond at a mine in Botswana. © Press Association Images
A worker examines a diamond at a mine in Botswana. © Press Association Images

Botswana diamond production falls by a fifth

7 April 2016

Diamond production in Botswana fell more than 20% year-on-year in the final quarter of 2015, according to figures.

A report from Statistics Botswana said the decrease of 20.4% in quarter four of 2015 was the fifth consecutive quarter to experience a fall, as a result of weak demand.

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