African Diamond Producers Association
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The African Diamond Producers Association (ADPA) is an intergovernmental organization that seeks to strengthen the level of influence African diamond-producing countries have on the world diamond market.
|Founded||November 4, 2006|
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ADPA implements policies, strategies and laws that assist the generation of diamond profits from foreign diamond mining companies to its Member States.
Angola is the interim executive secretariat as well as home to the organization's headquarters.
Both the ADC and ADPA organization's executive secretariat and headquarters are in the Republic of Angola.
- Angola: African Diamond Producing Countries Ministers Meet, Allafrica.com, November 3, 2006 (subscription required)
- [dead link], African Diamond Council unleashes its intergovernmental branch, Mineweb.net, November 6, 2006
- [dead link], African Diamond Trade: Top Producing Nations Form Strategic Alliance
- "Africa: Diamond Lobby Talks of Beneficiation" AllAfrica.com 3 May 2007
- "ADC sets '07 Budget for ADPA" Diamonds.net 30 April 2007
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