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The headquarter of 14 and 22 carats gold, Dinçel Jewelry

Ömer Dinçel, The Board Chamber of Dinçel Jewelry, made some explanations to Habergold.com, " I was born in Istanbul in 1982. I am originally from Trabzon. I got a start in business in 1995 in a…
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Important warning from Feyzullah Aydoğan the Board Chamber of Çağrı Jewelry

The Banks found a new way for themselves, with the announce that with the aim of decreasing importing gold and current account deficit, the mattress savings of citizens , to gain the gold that is the…
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Jeweler robbed this time

In Küçükçekmece, on the windows of two jewelry store, a writing is hanged as " we are closed due to funeral"... The thing making the addresses important is this about 300 people lend their…
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Jewellery an elite and honourable job in Düziçi

The owner of Olcay Jewelry Muhammet Olcay was born in Çerçioğlu Village, Düziçi Country of Osmaniye. He studied primary and secondary school in Osmaniye, and studied Harran Vocational High School.…
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Karatas; " The fair is ineffective as to participants"

Partaking the fair as a visitor, Murat Karatas, the owner of the "Karatas Gold" firm serving as manifacturing bracelet in Beyazit: "We usually take part in the fairs as participant, too. But…
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Bursa Altis Jewelery was in the İstanbul Fair, too

Moreover, many firms from Anatolia came round İstanbul Jewelry Show October 2012. Turgay Dursun one of the owners of well-known firms of Bursa and Sinan Küçük shareholders came round the fair in CNR.…
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Christie's to present Archduke Joseph Diamond at auction in Geneva

Christie's said that the Archduke Joseph Diamond, one of the rarest and most celebrated diamonds in the world, will be offered at auction in Geneva on 13 November 2012.
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Energy policy talks due among senior cabinet members

Senior members of the cabinet will meet later to formulate a policy for dealing with the UK's future energy demands.
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Cull 'not good deal' for taxpayer, says UK expert

The badger cull in England will cost the taxpayer much more than it saves, an analysis by a UK expert suggests.
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