Grave Diggers: A report on mining in Burma

Author: Roger Moody, Published on: 1 February 2000

[refers to Newmont, East Asia Gold, Myanma Gem Enterprise, ECI Minerals, Ivanhoe Mines, Mandalay Mining, First Dynasty, Indochina Goldfields (now part of Ivanhoe Mines), Sumitomo Metal Mining, Marubeni, First Marathon, Nesbitt Burns, Rio Tinto, Tiger International Resources, Asia Investment (joint venture City Realty & Padaeng Industry), Atina Time Square, BHP Billiton, Ayeyawady Myitphya, Chiyoda, CMPS&F, Cornerstone Resources, Daewoo (now Daewoo International), Freeport-McMoRan, Haw Seng Mining, Holy S Pin, International Panorama Resources, Kilborn-SNC Lavalin (part of SNC-Lavelin), Leeward Capital, Liaoning Jin Di Construction, Diversified Mineral Resources (part of Amdahl), Mindoro, Minorco (part of Anglo American), Minproc (now GRD Minproc, part of GRD), Myanmar Golden Point, Myanmar Mayflower Bank, Nissho Iwai (now Sojitz), Pacard, Palmer Resources, PT Austindo Nusantara Energi (part of Austindo Resources), Sampu Reserve, Sea-Sun-Star, Silver Standard, Sum Cheung Exploration, Swedala, Tasaki, Terrace Gold (part of Australian Kimberley)]

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Related companies: Anglo American Austindo Resources BHP (formerly BHP Billiton) Chiyoda Cornerstone Capital Resources Daewoo International (part of Posco) Freeport-McMoRan GRD Ivanhoe Mines (now Turquoise Hill Resources) Leeward Capital Marubeni Myanma Gem Enterprise Newmont (formerly Newmont Goldcorp) Rio Tinto Silver Standard (now SSR Mining) SNC-Lavalin Sojitz Sumitomo Metal Mining (part of Sumitomo Group) Tiger International Resources