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Alrosa

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TypeJoint stock company
StatusTrading
Traded asMCX:PJSC
Founded1992
HeadquartersMirny, Russia
RevenueRUB 317.1 billion (2016)
Net IncomeRUB 133.5 billion (2016)
Commodities:Diamond
Websitehttp://eng.alrosa.ru/
Twitter@ALROSA_official
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The world's leading diamond mining company by production volume.

Mines/prospects owned, licenced or operated by Alrosa, its subsidiaries or joint ventures

Russia
 
  • Arkhangelsk Oblast
    • Zimny Bereg District
      • Zimny Bereg kimberlite field
        • Zolotitsa occurrence
  • Sakha Republic (Yakutia)
    • Daldyn-Alakit kimberlite field
      • Alakit-Markha
      • Daldyn
    • Malo-Botuoba kimberlite field
      • Mirny
    • Nakyn kimberlite field (Nakynsky kimberlite field)
      • Sredne-Markhinsky region
    • Upper Muna kimberlite field (Verkhne-Munskoe; Verkhnemunsky)
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