New list of companies directly, indirectly linked to Burma, additions incl. Lloyd’s of London, Rolls Royce, Ericsson, Alcatel, Swift

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24 August 2004

New Burma ‘Dirty List’ Companies Named and Shamed

Author: Burma Campaign UK

37 new companies have been added to the ‘Dirty List’ published today by the Burma Campaign UK. A total 95 companies feature on the list. The ‘Dirty List’ exposes companies that are directly or indirectly helping to finance Burma’s brutal military dictatorship. [companies on the Dirty List include: Lloyd’s of London, Rolls Royce, Ericsson, Alcatel, Swift (co-operative owned, controlled by banks incl. Citibank, HSBC, ABN Amro), A.P. Moller-Maersk, Total, DHL (part of Deutsche Post), Orient Express, Schlumberger, Lonely Planet, Daewoo, Austrian Airlines, Hutchison Whampoa. Companies on last year's list that have pulled out or ended involvement in Burma incl: British American Tobacco, PricewaterhouseCoopers, P&O (part of Carnival), WPP, Ernst & Young. Also refers to Burmese company Yangon Airways]

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24 August 2004

The Dirty List - Companies supporting the regime in Burma

Author: Burma Campaign UK

[Companies on the list: Abercrombie & Kent, Adventures Abroad, Alcatel, Alexander Rose, Andrew Brock Travel, Aon Corporation, Aquatic, Arnold Laver Timberworld, Asean Explorer, Asia Optical, Audley Travel, Lauda Air (part of Austrian Airlines), Ben Line Agencies (part of EGT Holdings), The Cambrian Group, Channel Saw Mills, Churchill & Sim Group, Crown Relocations, Daewoo, Diethelm Keller, DHL (part of Deutsche Post), DLH (Dalhoff Larsen & Horneman), Eastravel, Enfield Timber Company, E.O. Burton, Ericsson, Flatau Dick, Fodors (part of Random House), Frommers's Guidebooks (part of Wiley Publishing), Gecko’s Adventures, George Wood & Sons, Hapag-Lloyd, Nelles Guides (part of Hunter Publishing), Hutchison Whampoa, Insight Guides, Ivanhoe Mines, James Latham, Kajima, Kircodan Furniture, Leeward Capital, Let’s Go, Pan MacMillan (part of Macmillan), Lignum International Hardwoods, Lion Mining Finance, Lister, Lloyd’s of London, Lonely Planet, A.P.Møller Maersk, Marubeni, Mekong Travel, Mell Flooring, Mitsui, Morgan Timber, Moss Timber, Mountain Travel Sobek, New Horizons Travels and Tours, NHG Timber, Nikko Hotels International (part of Japan Airlines), Nippon Oil, Noble Caledonia, Norton Rose, NYK Shipping, Oracle Energy, Orient Express, Parker Kislingbury, Peregrine Adventures, Petronas, Pettitts, Result, Road to Mandalay, Robbins Timber, Rolls-Royce, Scansia Sdn Bhd, Schlumberger, Silverbird Travel, Sri Asia Tourism, Steppes East, Sumitomo, Suzuki, Swift (co-operative owned, controlled by banks incl. Citibank, HSBC, ABN Amro), Taiga Consultant, Tennyson Travel, Timbmet, Total, Totton Timber, Trailblazer Guides, Trans Indus, Travel World Media, UCM Timber, Unocal, Worldwide Journeys (part of the Ultimate Travel Company), Utopia Tours, Voyages to Asia, Willis Group Holdings, Y.Goldberg & Sons]

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