The global rough diamond market is represented by entities that extract and sell rough diamonds. Most of the world’s rough diamonds are mined in just 7 countries, and their overall share in global diamond production (by physical volume) exceeds 90%. These largest global natural diamond suppliers are: Russia, Canada, Botswana, DR Congo, Australia, South Africa, and Angola.
In 2021, the ALROSA Group produced 32.4 mln carats of rough diamonds holding a leading position among the world's major diamond mining companies. The Company continues to hold a 27% share of global diamond production in physical terms.
ALROSA has access to the world’s richest reserves of rough diamonds, leads in the number of carats, and boasts a highly profitable business.