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ALROSA will increase the volume of diamond mining
The extraction of rough diamonds by ALROSA according to the preliminary results of 2014 is 36,1 million carats, and the volume of diamonds and diamonds sales should exceed 5 billion. According to the company's report, ALROSA's revenue is 146,9 bn. Rub. according to the results of 9 months 2014 year, which is 21% more compared to the same period last year.
In the future, an increase in diamond mining is expected due to an increase in ore mining both at the developed deposits and by mining at new pipes - Botuobinskaya and Karpinsky-1. Thus, by 2015, ALROSA plans to increase the volume of diamond production to 38,2 million carats, and the volume of diamond sales to 40 million carats. In the same 2015, within the framework of the program for the sale of non-core assets, ALROSA planned to withdraw from its participation in 9 subsidiaries.
At the same time, the ALROSA Supervisory Board approved a long-term development program for the company until the year 2023. Under the conditions of maintaining the current production level in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and reaching the designed capacity of diamond fields in the Arkhangelsk region, ALROSA plans to increase diamond production to 41 million carats.
This state of affairs corresponds to the global potential of the Russian diamond industry. So Russia, the largest diamond supplier to the world market, calls on India, the world leader in diamond cutting, to cooperate effectively in the formation of advanced cooperation schemes and the establishment of cooperation between countries.