Rosy Blue

Rosy Blue is an Indian-Belgian company[1][2][3][4] that has interests in media, real estate, financial services and retail. The company also trades in rough diamonds, manufactures and distributes polished diamonds and jewellery.[5][6]

The company is one of the largest diamond traders worldwide[7] and has 12 offices in seven countries around the world: Belgium, Israel, Hong Kong, Japan, United States, China, UAE (Dubai).[8][9] Russell Mehta is the current managing director of the Indian arm of the company.[10]

Rosy Blue[11] is a De Beers sightholder.


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  6. "Rosy Blue 'Shocked' By Belgian Reports About CEO Dilip Mehta".
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  8. "Rosy Blue NV (SH)".
  9. "Karaattaks geschenk voor staatskas".
  10. " - Rosy Blue Expands Cutting Operations in S.A."
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  15. "First Children's Rights and Business Principles Forum in Belgium". 5 December 2012.
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