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19 November 2007

Burma: Foreign Oil and Gas Investors Shore Up Junta

Author: Human Rights Watch

Foreign companies are lining up to partner with Burma’s military junta and tap into the country’s lucrative resources, particularly oil and gas fields. This foreign investment provides a crucial source of support to the junta, allowing it to ignore...

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19 November 2007

Human Rights Watch calls on UN and govts. to ban new investment in Burma's oil & gas sector

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29 April 2008

Watchdog group says Chevron complicit in Myanmar

Author: Michael Erman, Reuters

A human rights watchdog group on Tuesday accused Chevron Corp of complicity in human rights abuses along a natural gas pipeline in Myanmar in which it holds a stake and said Chevron could be sued. EarthRights International claimed in a report issued...

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7 May 2008

Business offering support to Burma

Author: Stephen Frost, CSR Asia

Google got a "Support victims of the cyclone in Myanmar (Burma)" link up on their site quickly... Exotissimo, a tour operator in Burma, has set up a $10,000 fund; Thailand's biggest oil and gas firm, PTT, said it was getting ready to ship $400,000 of...

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14 May 2008

Cyclone disaster in Myanmar - What can business do?

Author: Vijay Ramani, Laura Crow, CSR Asia

Further to the potential macro pressure, the next question is on what is being done by individual companies that have a presence in Myanmar? In the mix of companies operating or investing in the country many take no consideration of the human rights...

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1 October 2008

[PDF] CSR Asia Business Barometer - The State of CSR Disclosure in Asia 2008

Author: CSR Asia

The ‘CSR Asia Business Barometer 2008’ compares the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) disclosure of the 20 largest listed companies in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. To create the ranking 62 indicators were used to score each of the...

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17 December 2008

Cooler Approach, but Business as Usual with Junta [Burma]

Author: William Boot, Irrawaddy [Thailand]

Thailand's first prime minister from outside the Thaksin Shinawatra political stable since 2001 is unlikely to alter relations with Burma, especially in business, say analysts and observers...Previous Thai governments have courted Burma’s regime,...

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25 July 2009

CEO of Total says critics of firm's operations in Burma "can go to hell"

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25 July 2009

The Critics Can ‘Go To Hell.’ [interview with Total CEO Christophe de Margerie]

Author: Tracy McNicoll, Newsweek

Tracy McNicoll:...You've said you want to change Total's terrible image at home. How?...

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1 August 2009

Japanese Government Involvement in Natural Gas Development in Burma

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