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Diamond Fields International prefers to do its business on a beach. The company primarily explores for diamonds on the shoreline and sea bed off the coast of Namibia. Diamond Fields pays a 10% fee to the Namibian government on the value of any diamonds recovered. The company purchased its own marine diamond mining vessel and the ship commenced mining production in 2005. Diamond Fields also is exploring for nickel in Madagascar, zinc and copper in Zambia, and gold and diamonds in Liberia. The company was founded in 1993 by Robert Friedland and Jean Raymond Boulle under the...
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