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- Applications for research and development themes related to new technologies to which precious metals can contribute to and the practical application of products close on November 29
The precious metals are gold, silver, platinum and metals of platinum group (palladium, iridium, ruthenium, rhodium, osmium) brought to the highest fineness (999.9).
INTL Netherlands B.V., a Dutch financial services provider, has announced it has agreed to acquire Germany based CoinInvest GmbH and European Precious Metal Trading GmbH, European online providers of precious metals to private individuals and investors, the company said.
The Guides (formally, the Guides for the Jewelry, Precious Metals, and Pewter Industries) explain to businesses how to avoid making deceptive claims about precious metal, pewter, diamond, gemstone, and pearl products, and when they should make disclosures to avoid unfair or deceptive trade practices.
The laboratory also analyzes gold and silver sheets used in furniture coating, analysis of tools used for medical, scientific or industrial purposes, containing precious metals, hallmarking of precious metal works and bullions with legal Omani standards s, conducting awareness campaigns and providing direct services relating to that, conducting regular and random for shops selling and molding precious metals.
Tanaka Precious Metals is in the top class in Japan in terms of the volume of precious metal handled, and for many years the group has developed and stably supplied industrial precious metals, in addition to providing accessories and savings commodities utilizing precious metals.
13 --, India's premier research company in export import market research, announced today that India's Natural or Cultured Pearls, Precious or Semi-Precious Stones, Precious Metals, Metals Clad with Precious Metal and its products exports in December- 2014 has fallen to US$ 513.5 M, a decrease of 15.06% compared to November 2014.
In addition, the temporary prohibition for export applies to waste and scrap of precious metals or metal clad with precious metal; other waste and scrap containing precious metal or precious metal compounds.
They each contain 2-3g of precious metal, tucked away in a 1 kg brick, that is up for grabs when the converter is finished with.
development and mining and processing of precious metal properties.
Over the past two years the jewellery trade has become accustomed to the fact that precious metal prices are rising on a daily basis, and many members of the trade have made a significant amount of money from buying and selling scrap.
Byline: Dubai remains the hub of precious metal trading in the Middle East, exporting 86% to India.