The transcripts of the trial of Charles Taylor, former President of Liberia. More…

Well, an industrial diamond - industrial diamonds can be worth as little as five or ten dollars a carat. A good one carat diamond could be worth several hundred dollars, but if you had a five carat diamond it would be worth considerably more than five times a one carat diamond. In other words, the value of a diamond depends to a large extent on the colour and the clarity; in other words, does it have inclusions. Not all diamonds are clear. What you see in the jewellery store looks like a clear diamond, but they can actually have small imperfections and that would affect the value. And then, of course, the size. In the diamond industry they call this the four Cs: clarity, colour, carats and --

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