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IBJA’s India International Bullion Summit plays a vital role in the Indian jewellery industry. The event is known to bring together experts, officials and trade pundits under one roof. The two day event included Technical Symposium and Panel Discussions on the issues related to the gold and jewellery industry.

IBJA’s launch of B2C Festival in Mumbai, Thane and Navi Mumbai from Gudi Padwa till Akshaya Tritiya in this seminar was another positive element along with launch of ‘IBJA Accredited Stores’ for the benefit of MSME jewellers to compete with big jewellery brands. To get the complete information about the 6th edition of IIBS read on our cover story.

Like every issue, this edition also promises good and informative content that you are looking for. Gold is a highly liquid yet scarce asset, and it is no one’s liability. It is bought as a luxury good as much as an investment. As such, gold can play four fundamental roles in a portfolio. Get the hands on the comprehensive report in our special report. A must read…

Last but not least, this edition talks about the hallmarking of silver. We hope you enjoy this issue too with right and interesting information loaded.

So, grab on to the latest edition and Happy Reading….

IBJA times Magazine Description:





A bi-monthly, IBJA Times will provide authentic and accurate information on the happenings of gem and jewellery industry in India, in addition to the activities of IBJA. We would want the magazine to be interactive and have created special sections like ‘Ask the Expert’ where members can get answers for their queries related to the business, government policies etc answered by an expert panel set up by IBJA.

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