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Orapa mine – world’s 9th largest diamond operation

Orapa mine in Botswana is the world’s ninth largest diamond mine.

This is according to an info-graphic from Excalibur Royale, an international company which sells diamonds. The info-graphic takes a closer look at the top diamond mines around the world. It highlights key facts and figures about the specific mines which makes interesting reading.

Today, www.miningreview.com presents the world’s ninth largest diamond mine in its count down of the 10 largest diamond mines, from the largest to the smallest. After day 10 we will provide you with the entire info-graphic.

The ten largest diamond mines in the world by measurable reserves contain more than one billion carats of recoverable diamonds.

Orapa mine is owned by Debswana, a partnership between De Beers and the Botswana government.


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