Daewoo International (part of Posco)

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Daewoo International was acquired by Posco in August 2010.

Daewoo Group broke up during 1999-2002 into a number of companies, including Daewoo International. Please see also our separate sections on GM Daewoo Auto & Technology, Daewoo Electronics and Daewoo Group, each of which is separate from Daewoo International.

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3 June 2008

New Burma ‘Dirty List’ - Companies Named and Shamed

Author: Burma Campaign UK

50 new companies have been added to the ‘Dirty List’ published today by the Burma Campaign UK. A total of 154 companies feature on the new list. The ‘Dirty List’ exposes companies that are directly or indirectly helping to finance Burma’s brutal...

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6 May 2008

Time for multinationals to step up to the mark in Burma

Author: Andrew Crane & Dirk Matten, Professors at York Univ. School of Business [Canada]

...[With Burma] suddenly in the midst of a huge natural disaster that has already claimed some 22,000 lives, now is clearly the time to go beyond debate [over companies' trade & investment with Burma] and for any companies still doing business...

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19 November 2007

Burma: Foreign Oil and Gas Investors Shore Up Junta

Author: Human Rights Watch

Foreign companies are lining up to partner with Burma’s military junta and tap into the country’s lucrative resources, particularly oil and gas fields. This foreign investment provides a crucial source of support to the junta, allowing it to ignore...

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19 November 2007

Human Rights Watch calls on UN and govts. to ban new investment in Burma's oil & gas sector

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15 November 2007

14 South Koreans convicted of illegally exporting weapons technology, equipment to Myanmar

Author: Associated Press

Fourteen South Koreans were convicted Thursday of illegally exporting weapons technology and equipment to Myanmar and other related charges, a court official said. The Seoul Central District Court fined Lee Tae-yong, a former head of Daewoo...

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24 October 2007

Bondevik calls for halt to Burmese investments [Norway]

Author: Aftenposten [Norway]

[Norway's] Former Prime Minister Kjell Magne Bondevik...is asking Finance Minister Kristin Halvorsen to sell off investments by the state's so-called "oil fund" that are linked to Burma..."Even though the oil fund doesn't invest directly in Burmese...

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15 October 2007
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Author: Netwerk Vlaanderen

Netwerk Vlaanderen demande aux banques internationales de ne pas investir dans le secteur du pétrole, du gaz et des produits miniers en Birmanie tant que la dictature militaire poursuit son régime brutal...De graves violations des droits humains ont eu...

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11 October 2007

[PDF] Council on Ethics’ assessment of companies with operations in Burma

Author: Council on Ethics for the Government Pension Fund [Norway]

Recommendations on exclusion of companies pursuant the Government Pension Fund’s Ethical Guidelines are based on two fundamental prerequisites as outlined in the guidelines’ preparatory work: First, there must be a connection between the company’s...

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10 October 2007

Burma: Security Council Should Impose Arms Embargo

Author: Human Rights Watch

The United Nations Security Council should impose and enforce a mandatory arms embargo on Burma because of continuing massive violations of human rights, Human Rights Watch said today. India, China, Russia, and other nations are supplying Burma with...

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2 October 2007

Burma: Foreign Investment Finances Regime - Companies Should Condemn Crackdown

Author: Human Rights Watch

Chinese, Indian, Thai, and other companies doing business in Burma should ensure their operations do not contribute to or benefit from human rights abuses, Human Rights Watch said today... “Companies doing business in Burma argue their presence is...

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