China North Industries (NORINCO)
Headquarters in China
Author: China North Industries Corporation
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Myanmar: Fact-finding mission identifies businesses linked to the military that is accused of serious rights violations; some companies respond
The International Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar, established by the UN Human Rights Council, released a report on The economic interests of the Myanmar military (05 August 2019). This report is also cited in the initiatory document for the ICC case...
Amnesty International report finds arms companies failing to address human rights risks; incl. co comments
The defence sector plays an important yet often overlooked role in the supply of military goods and services to countries involved in committing human rights violations, argues Amnesty International. For their report "Outsourcing Responsibilty", the...
BankTrack paper explores responsibilities of banks allegedly contributing to human rights violations through finance
In this briefing paper, BankTrack examines whether private sector banks may have contributed to adverse human rights impacts through their provision of finance. The paper explores eight cases of human rights abuses and the relationship and...
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Author: Khin Min Zaw, Democratic Voice of Burma
Four Latpadaung villagers have been charged by police for protesting without permission following a demonstration in front of a local police station…The group was demanding the release of prominent Latpadaung activist Thaw Zin. Thaw Zin, a former...
Author: Rachel Vandenbrink, Radio Free Asia
A prominent Myanmar activist has been sentenced to two years in prison over her role in a protest against the China-backed Letpadaung copper mine…Activist Naw Ohn Hla’s jailing by the Monywa city court…came as hundreds of local villagers marched...
Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
…Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is launching its first briefing on Myanmar: “Business & human rights in Myanmar – a round-up of recent developments”. The briefing covers the positive and negative impacts of companies operating in the...
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- Related companies: Air Bagan China International Trust and Investment (CITIC) China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) China Power Investment Cisco Systems Daewoo International (part of Posco) Google (part of Alphabet) Hyundai Heavy Industries Italthai (Italian-Thai Development Public Company) KOGAS (Korea Gas Corporation) NORINCO (China North Industries) Vodafone Wanbao Mining
Author: Erika Kinetz & Matthew Pennington, Associated Press
The Obama administration didn't add anyone to the U.S. government's Myanmar sanctions list over 3½ years, despite recommendations from the U.S. Embassy in Yangon to blacklist hundreds of top officials and their business cronies, as well as military and...