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Coda Pay removed from "Dirty List"

2 March 2021

Burma Campaign UK has today removed Coda Pay from the ‘Dirty List’ of companies linked to Burma’s military. Singaporean company Coda Pay has been providing payment services to the military owned Mytel mobile phone network. 

Coda Pay today informed Reuters that Mytel had been deactivated from its payment channels.

“Coda Pay has done the right thing by ending its business relationship with the Burmese military,” said Mark Farmaner, Director of Burma Campaign UK. “There are still more than a hundred companies on our ‘Dirty List’ with links to the Burmese military. No company should be doing any form of business with the military.”

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