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01 September 2016

Fairmined – Fairtrade gold

Patrick Schein, founder of Gold by Gold specializing in refining and trading precious metals, discusses the origins and challenges of the Fairmined label whose aim is to ensure for jewelers and consumers the ethical quality of gold by extracting it from certified “responsible artisanal and small-scale mines”.

 

Banner picture: © Jeff Guiot

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