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21 January 2009

Company responses re Burma

Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

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. [companies added to the list: Asiana...

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11 December 2008

Biggest Burma Dirty List Ever Published - 30 Companies Exposed

Author: Burma Campaign UK

30 new companies have been added to the “Dirty List”...by the Burma Campaign UK...The ‘Dirty List’ exposes companies that are directly or indirectly helping to finance Burma’s brutal military dictatorship. [companies added to the list: Asiana, China...

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11 December 2008

Burma Campaign UK adds 30 firms to 'Dirty List'

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Company non-response
11 December 2008

Exotissimo did not respond to: Burma Campaign UK adds 30 firms to "Dirty List", including Exotissimo.

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14 May 2008

Cyclone disaster in Myanmar - What can business do?

Author: Vijay Ramani, Laura Crow, CSR Asia

Further to the potential macro pressure, the next question is on what is being done by individual companies that have a presence in Myanmar? In the mix of companies operating or investing in the country many take no consideration of the human rights...

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7 May 2008

Business offering support to Burma

Author: Stephen Frost, CSR Asia

Google got a "Support victims of the cyclone in Myanmar (Burma)" link up on their site quickly... Exotissimo, a tour operator in Burma, has set up a $10,000 fund; Thailand's biggest oil and gas firm, PTT, said it was getting ready to ship $400,000 of...

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