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[PDF] Business & human rights in Myanmar: a round-up of recent developments

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, Published on: 1 August 2013

This briefing summarises major business and human rights developments in Myanmar (Burma) from November 2010, when the country held its first elections after 20 years and pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi was released from house arrest, to the present. It covers the positive and negative impacts of companies operating in the country, and is based on reports from a range of sources that the Resource Centre has featured on its website and in its Weekly Updates...This briefing provides an overview of major issues, cases, developments and trends...[refers to Air Bagan, Capital Guardian Emerging Markets DC Master Fund, Capital Guardian Emerging Markets Restricted Equity Fund for Tax-Exempt Trusts, China North Industries Corporation, China Power Investment Corporation, Chinese National Petroleum Corporation, Cisco Systems, CITIC Group, Crowley Marine Services, Daewoo International, Emerging Markets Growth Fund, Google, Hercules Offshore, Hyundai Heavy Industries, Italian-Thai Development Company, KOGAS, Myanmar Wanbao Mining Copper Company Limited, Vodafone, and Yangon Bakehouse]

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