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15 September 2012

Chinese Oil Firm ‘Ignores Land Rights’ with Burma Pipelines

Author: William Boot, Irrawaddy

…[M]ultinationals such as Shell cited their code of ethics on human rights and transparency as holding them back in investing in Burma. They called for reform of the state agency Myanma Oil & Gas Enterprise (MOGE) which has been linked to underhand...

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12 July 2012

U.S. to demand disclosures as it eases Myanmar sanctions

Author: Arshad Mohammed, Reuters

Military, army-linked business ruled out as investment partners...The United States on Wednesday eased sanctions to allow its companies to invest in and provide financial services to Myanmar...the White House said...The rules require...reports to the...

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11 July 2012

Burma: US Backtracks on ‘Responsible Investment’ Pledge - Business Reporting Requirements Won’t Deter Abuses, Corruption

Author: Human Rights Watch

The new United States government policy allowing business activity in Burma’s controversial oil sector with reporting requirements will not adequately prevent new investments from fueling abuses and undermining reform, Human Rights Watch said today....

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11 July 2012

Coca-Cola, GE looking to invest; US Campaign for Burma warns rules won't stop business with "unacceptable partners"

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30 June 2012

Burma’s Opaque Energy Sector Needs to Come Clean

Author: Editorial, The Irrawaddy [Burma]

For more than two decades, Burma’s former ruling generals relied heavily on the country’s energy sector to keep themselves in power. Even after a year of much-heralded reforms, however, their grip on this key source of national revenue remains intact....

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30 June 2012

[PDF] Submission on Oil & Gas sector discussion paper

Author: Singapore Management University Asian Peace-building and Rule of Law Programme ("SMU-APRL") & Mazars Indonesia

The following submission is in response to the Institute for Human Rights and Business...& Shift’s public call for comments on its proposed discussion paper relating to the oil and gas sector for the European Commission’s consideration......

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29 June 2012

EU Moving To Reward Promises Rather Than Results

Author: International Trade Union Confederation

The ITUC is deeply concerned by the 15 June joint statement by EU High Representative...and EU Trade Commissioner...calling for the rapid reinstatement of the Generalised System of Preferences (GSP) for Myanmar...[T]there is no question that forced...

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27 June 2012

Burma: US Govt. should not "give in" to oil lobby, should not do business with Burma's state-owned energy company accused of "the worst abuses of military rule", says Washington Post

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27 June 2012

Burma’s lure is a slippery slope

Author: Editorial Board, Washington Post [USA]

...[T]he Obama administration has carefully modulated its Burma policy, easing sanctions to welcome fragile democratic progress while recognizing the long distance still to cover. Now the modulation is at risk.Administration officials are debating...

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14 June 2012

Suu Kyi warns investors off Myanmar's state-owned oil & gas

Author: Reuters

Myanmar's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi said on Thursday that the state-owned oil and gas company MOGE lacked transparency and accountability, and urged foreign companies not to allow their companies to do joint ventures until it improved. Suu...

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