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Survey shows that information on responsible business practices among Myanmar companies is largely absent

“Information on Responsible Business Practices Largely Absent: Survey”, 24 July 2014

Most Burmese companies provide little to no information on whether they have policies on responsible business practices, a survey among 60 major firms has found…A report by the Myanmar Center for Responsible Business…surveyed how much information companies posted on their websites on their human rights, health, safety and environment safeguards, organizational transparency and anti-corruption efforts…“We…want to encourage the local media and Myanmar civil society groups to study the public commitments that these companies have made, and hold them to account to deliver on them” [said Vicky Bowman, director of the Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business]…[refers to Eden, IGE, KBZ Group, Max Myanmar Group, Myanmar Economic Corporation, Parami Energy Group, Ruby Dragon, Shwe Thanlwin, Yuzana, Union of Myanmar Economic Holdings, Zaykaba]

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