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Sumitomo response

Author: Sumitomo, Published on: 7 June 2014

...While the ultimate responsibility for implementing the resettlement of the inhabitants from the 2,400 hectare area, inclusive of the Class A Area, rests with the government of Myanmar, Marubeni, MMSTD and MJTD recognize the importance of the fair and thorough consideration of the terms of resettlement consistent with international standards including elements such as monetary compensation, availability of land for resettlement, and training for alternative livelihoods for the inhabitants of the Class A Area. With the cooperation and understanding of the Government of Japan, we have continuously voiced this position to the Government of Myanmar through the Thilawa Public Private Coordinating Committee. We will also continue to collaborate closely with the Japanese government and our partners in providing advice and expertise to the Myanmar Government, with the aim of achieving a positive outcome for all of the parties involved.

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This is a response from the following companies: Sumitomo Group