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Burma 'Dirty List' & company responses

On 11 Dec 2008 Burma Campaign UK added 30 companies to its "Dirty List" of firms allegedly supporting the military regime in Burma. 

 

The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the companies to respond.  Their responses are available below: 

 

 

  • Asiana – declined to respond
  • China Gezhouba Group Co. (CGGC) – declined to respond
  • China Hydropower Engineering Group Co. (CHECC) – declined to respond
  • China National Electric Equipment Co. – declined to respond.
  • Djoser Reisen – response [DOC] 
  • Electric Power Development Company (EPDC) –response [DOC]
  • Exotissimo – declined to respond
  • Export-Import Bank of China (China Exim Bank) – declined to respond
  • First Cabin – did not respond
  • Gaffney Cline & Associates – did not respond
  • Grand Circle Travels – did not respond
  • Hunan Savoo Overseas Water & Electric Engineering Co. – declined to respond
  • Kansai Electric Power Co (KEPCO) – declined to respond
  • Kunming Hydroelectric Investigation – declined to respond
  • Lotus Travel Service – did not respond
  • Malcolm Dunstan & Associates (MD&A) British – did not respond
  • National Hydroelectric Power Corporation – did not respond 
  • Nobel Oil – declined to respond
  • OrkideExpressen – response [DOC]
  • Regent Holidays – response [DOC]
  • Shellseekers – response [DOC]
  • SpiceRoads – statement on SpiceRoads website 
  • Sputnik Petroleum – did not respond 
  • Studiosus – response [DOC] 
  • TUI – response [DOC]
  • UMW Holdings – response [PDF]
  • Wendy Wu Tours –did not respond
  • Yunnan Machinery Equipment Import & Export Co. (YMEC) – declined to respond
  • Yunnan Power Grid Co – declined to respond
 
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