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  • David Beers is a young writer, bent on entertaining people.

    A TRIAL BY KISS • by David Beers

  • For example, De Beers is an abusive diamond monopoly whose executives aren't alowed to set foot in the United Status without fear of arrest, but that hasn't stopped them because they are based in South Africa.

    Interesting Read on theinquirer.net...

  • Rand Beers is often touted as a Democratic successor to Condoleezza Rice; he functioned as the equivalent of a National Security Adviser to Kerry throughout the primaries, crafting many of his policy positions.

    Kerry Faces the World

  • De Beers, which is 45% owned by U.K. mining concern Anglo American PLC, has been discussing its financing with banks since the middle of last year.

    De Beers Renews Loan Facilities, Cuts Debt

  • South Africa-based De Beers, which is 45%-owned by miner Anglo American

    Why Diamonds Are China's Friend

  • De Beers, which is a 50/50 partner with the Botswana government in Debswana, the company which mines the diamonds, was from August last year granted new 25 year leases on the four Botswana diamond mines it operates.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Mogae has ben pressuring De Beers, which is a 50 percent partner in Botswana's diamond industry, to support the effort and one major sightholder is due to open a factory in 2006.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Anglo American rise 1.4 percent to 287.5 rand after diamond producer De Beers, which is 45 percent owned by the miner, reports a surge in first-half net profits on the back of recovering demand.

    IOL: News

  • She laughs and just to add to the sparkle, she puts on a pair of diamond earrings, courtesy of De Beers, which is the main sponsor for the ball.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

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