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18 Jan 2005

Author:
Ranjit Devraj, Inter Press Service

Gas Deal Wins Kudos, But Activists Warn of Rights Abuses [Burma]

While a new trilateral deal for Burma to export natural gas to India through Bangladesh augurs well economically for New Delhi, activists warned that the Burmese military regime could implement the project using forced labor. [refers to Daewoo International, Korean Gas Corporation, Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), Gas Authority of India Ltd (GAIL), Unocal]

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