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Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business launches “Transparency in Myanmar Enterprises” report, covering areas such as human rights, health, safety & the environment

“First Pwint Thit Sa/transparency in Myanmar Enterprises report launches”, 22 July 2014

The Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business (MCRB)…launched the first TiME/Pwint Thit Sa report looking at the transparency of Myanmar company websites relating to information on responsible business practices.  The ground-breaking report…analyses how much information company websites provide on anti-corruption, organizational transparency, and human rights, health,safety and the environment (HSE)…The report shows that nine of the largest Myanmar companies, led by KBZ, Parami, and Max Myanmar publish a significant amount of information about their policies, standards and practices on these issues. However 25 of the 60 large companies are not at all transparent…Companies scored fewest points in the areas of human rights, including land acquisition, and HSE, where the Centre was seeking evidence both of policy approaches and information about their implementation, given that these issues are of significant concern to the Myanmar people…

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