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Zam Gems to have chain of showrooms globally

Zam Gems recently opened its sixth international franchise outlet in Doha, Qatar with the company Managing Director Ahsan Refai revealing ambitious plans of expanding its international network, to have a chain of showrooms worldwide. In a press release, he said at present West Asian nationals purchase diamonds and white gold jewellery, while the demand for beautiful and vivid coloured gem stones is constantly increasing. Zam Gems Qatar has introduced a range of exquisite jewellery and top quality gem stones and among them are the rare Alexandrite, Sapphires and Star Sapphires, Rubies and Emeralds. The jewellery is manufactured in Sri Lanka and exported to Doha, he said adding that Zam Gems has a total of 13 outlets – seven in Sri Lanka and six franchise shops overseas in Japan, Malaysia, the Maldives and in Qatar.

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