By  on July 23, 2010

LONDON — The world’s diamantaires have begun rebuilding their rough diamond inventories and driving prices back to 2008 prerecession levels, De Beers said in reporting a 74.1 percent rise in sales and a return to profitability in the first half.

De Beers Societe Anonyme said Friday it was looking to the second half with “caution and measured optimism.” It said with most of this year’s rough diamond restocking largely completed, any further growth would come from consumer demand.

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