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In 2015, ALROSA plans diamond production at the level of 38 million carats

In general, for 2014 year, ALROSA Group's production amounted to 36,21 million carats, which is an increase of 0,7 million carats or 2% less compared to the same indicator of 2013. At the same time, the production of 210 thousand carats exceeds the company's previously announced plan for 2014 year.

In the fourth quarter of 2014, ALROSA Group's production increased by 8% compared to the same period of 2013 and amounted to 10,56 million carats.

The growth in diamond mining is due to the completion of repair work at the concentrating plants processing ore from the underground mines of the Aikhal, International, and Mir pipes.

As a result of 2014, sales of diamonds and diamonds are at least 5,05 billion dollars. Sales of ALROSA Group's diamonds in 2014 amounted to 39,57 million carats: 27,74 million carats of diamond jewelry quality and 11,83 million carat diamonds of technical quality.

In 2015, ALROSA plans diamond production at the level of 38 million carats, and sales of 40 million carats.

At the moment, the company noted a rise in diamond prices of about 7%. In 2015, ALROSA expects a moderate rise in prices on the diamond market.

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