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28 Apr 2009

Author:
EarthRights International

ERI Speaks to Oil Industry: New Investment in Military-Ruled Burma Poses Huge Risks to Companies

New investment in military-ruled Burma’s oil and gas sector could actually cost a company more than to stay away from the country, and effective corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs in the sector are impossible under the current Burmese military regime: That was the...message ERI delivered to the oil industry at an industry conference in Jakarta, Indonesia on April 14-15, where ERI...spoke by invitation...[refers to Chevron, Total, Unocal]

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