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15 Mar 2021

Itochu's response

15 March 2021

We do not have any business or investment in Myanmar, we only conduct trade.

However, we are concerned about the recent situation in Myanmar and support the statement through the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Myanmar.

Regardless of this matter, human rights issues are a very important issue for us, and we will continue to take action based on the ITOCHU Group Human Rights Policy.

In addition to this case, issues in relation to human rights are very important to us, and we are continuing to take various actions based on the ITOCHU Group Human Rights Policy.

[Reference] ITOCHU Group Human Rights Policy: https://www.itochu.co.jp/ja/csr/society/human_rights/index.html#h2_02

[The Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Myanmar statement has been released and is available here.]