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US Govt’s Burma Responsible Investment Reporting Requirements - comments, guidelines & company responses

Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, Published on: 20 November 2013

Latest update:...EIRIS Conflict Risk Network (CRN) sent letters to US companies Coca-Cola, Ford and GE urging them to submit thorough and accurate reports under the Reporting Requirements; and to Capital Group, urging it to resubmit its report for being “grossly inadequate”. EIRIS CRN emphasized that reports should include identified risks and impacts, and any preventative or mitigating steps taken; detailed disclosures on business partners, related entities and supply chains; and all aspects of “new investment” in Burma regardless of its/their form or makeup. Business & Human Rights Resource Center invited the companies to respond. Links to the letters and responses are provided.

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Related companies: Capital Group Coca-Cola Ford General Electric