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Reporting Requirements on Responsible Investment in Burma

Conflict Risk Network and the 21 undersigned institutional investors, asset owners and asset managers...are pleased to submit to the State Department...comment[s] on the “Reporting Requirements on Responsible Investment in Burma”...We welcome these requirements as a vital mechanism to ensure transparency related to new United States...business operations in Burma...Many of us have expressed concerns about the risks posed by the U.S. Government decision to permit new investment in Burma. We nevertheless support the reporting requirements as a valuable...means to help advance human rights and political reform, consistent with the U.S. Government’s longstanding foreign policy priorities in Burma. [refers to MOGE, Total, UNOCAL, Chevron, Walmart, Costco, Tiffany, Blue Coat]

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Conflict Risk Network, US investors & asset managers support US reporting requirements on responsible investment in Burma