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Lev Avnerovich Leviev

Date of Birth: 30 July 1956


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Diamond battles

The diamond war between Israeli magnate Lev Leviev and South African giant De Beers is heating up again in Namibia, a year after Leviev's LLD Diamonds Namibia subsidiary opened a US$6 million high-tech gem processing factory in Windhoek...


The end of a boom

The Israeli diamond magnate Lev Leviev acquired Namco's offshore mining rights in 2004 but his Sakawe Mining Corporation (Samicor) produced only 25,000ct...


Diamond poker

De Beers was already worried about inroads by Lev Leviev, an Israeli diamond-dealer, in Angola, in Congo-Kinshasa and in Namibia itself...


Neutering UNITA

In 1997-1998, before the Lusaka accords collapsed, a deal was taking shape, with the help of American diamond dealer Maurice Tempelsman (whose LKI Diamonds pulled out of Angola after Lev Leviev won the diamond marketing monopoly)...


Blood from stones

Now De Beers faces a real challenge from Israeli-based Lev Leviev, who is the government's partner in Angola's Ascorp marketing monopoly and is building up a strong marketing position in Congo-K, Namibia and South Africa...


Death, not peace

Outside businessmen, such as Lev Leviev, may be more influential than it would appear...


Russian roulette

For example, Gaydamak brought in his friend Lev Leviev as the main investor in the state diamond-marketing monopoly, Ascorp...


Lev Leviev takes on De Beers

That is a triumph for Lev Leviev, whose diamond interests are worth over US$1 billion and range from his base in Israel to Angola, Congo-Kinshasa, Namibia, South Africa and Russia...


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