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5 Feb 2021

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Burma Campaign UK

More companies must follow Kirin in ending military relationships

5 February 2021

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Companies on Burma Campaign UK’s ‘Dirty List’ for their business ties to the military include Tata, for supplying troop carriers and SUVs to the military, Facebook for allowing the military to recruit members using military Facebook pages, Adani, Posco, and TPG Capital.

Military companies in Burma are also facing a growing boycott campaign by people in the country.

Burma Campaign UK publishes a ‘Dirty List’ of international companies doing business with the military. More than 100 are listed. The ‘Dirty List’ is available here.

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