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Company Response

31 Aug 2020

Tokyo Tatemono's response

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

Our company is conducting business in Myanmar by constructing environmentally friendly buildings in order to provide urban infrastructure that contributes to the development of society and economy of Myanmar.

Y Complex PJ ("the Project"), a real estate development project in Myanmar conducted by Y Complex Company Limited, in which we have a stake via Yangon Museum Development, has obtained an investment approval under the Myanmar New Investment Law and is conducting the Project in compliance with local laws, regulations and the guidance of the relevant authorities.

Although some of the facts in the article are different from what we recognise, we will be keeping a close eye on them.

We are currently developing our human rights policy, which is based on the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, and will publish it as soon as it is developed.