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Company Response

31 Aug 2020

Fujita's response

[Company provided original response in Japanese. Unofficial translation from Japanese to English provided by the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre.]

Through our business in Myanmar, we aim to provide social infrastructure that contributes to development of society and economy by constructing buildings that will please the people of Myanmar, based on our philosophy of contributing to the economic activities and improving the lives of the people of Myanmar.

With regard to the real estate development project “Y Complex PJ”, Y Complex Company Limited, in which we have a stake via the Yangon Museum Development Pte.Ltd., has obtained an investment license in Myanmar based on the New Investment Law of Myanmar and operates in compliance with local laws and regulations and the guidance of the relevant authorities.

We will continue to monitor the points raised in the article. We will pursue the realization of a society where human rights are respected through our business in accordance with our human rights policy.

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