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T
he military in Burma does not give a damn what the rest of the world thinks of their actions. What about the companies that do business with them? Perhaps the brands that represent themselves in the media using polished images like Mitsubishi, Tiger/Heineken, Qantas - and dozens of others - won't be quite as cavalier. We implore you to read this article.

In response to calls from Burma’s democracy movement - the party led by Nobel Peace Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi - the Burma Campaign UK and other groups around the world have been pressuring companies to sever business ties with Burma.

Thanks to those groups, we have reproduced a list of the companies that do business with this oppressive regime.

It is not possible to do business in Burma without directly supporting the military government and its pervasive violations of human rights. --Levi-Strauss & Co. upon withdrawing from Burma.

Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science have reported on human rights abuses by the military government. They have claimed that there is no independent judiciary in Burma. The only thing in the country that is run with military precision is the corruption. The generals don't redistribute the wealth to the Burmese people, who are among the poorest on Earth, but rather siphon it off courtesy of exceedingly accomodating banks.

Forced labour, human trafficking, and child labour are common. The military is notorious for rampant use of sexual violence as an instrument of control, including systematic rapes and taking of sex slaves.

Burma is a country ruled by one of the longest running and most brutal military dictatorships in the world; a dictatorship charged by the United Nations with a “crime against humanity” for its systematic abuses of human rights, and condemned internationally for refusing to transfer power to the legally elected Government.

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Aung San Suu Kyi has spent more than 13 of the last 19 years — including the past six — in detention without trial for her nonviolent promotion of democracy, despite international pressure.

Among the corporations heavily involved with the military dictatorship are Segye Corporation of Korea, Daewoo Corporation of Korea, Korea-based Pohon Iron and Steel Co. Ltd, Rothmans Myanmar Holding Pte Ltd. of Singapore, Fraser & Neave of Singapore [F&N], Mitsugi Corporation of Japan and Nikko Shoji Co. Ltd of Japan.

Take Singapore's Fraser & Neave's stable - through Asia Pacific Breweries - Tiger, Heineken, Coke and many more. Interestingly, the F&N website boasts the following: "Today, APB operates in 32 breweries across 11 countries in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, China, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, India, Papua New Guinea and Mongolia." Strange ... but they forgot to mention Burma for some reason.

Democratically elected leader and Nobel Peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi has made it clear that tourism only further prolongs Burma's military dictatorship. World Spirit supports her invocation: 'not to travel to Burma...yet...'. - World Spirit Travel.

In spite of World Spirit Travel's exemplary stance, other guides such as Lonely Planet and Fodors continue to promote tourism in Burma - and you can rely on airlines like AirAsia and Jetstar to fly you there.

And while we're on travel - and for those of us who think our cutting business ties will hurt the people of Burma - a 1993 Toyota saloon that can be bought from a Japanese wholesaler for $1000, will sell for as much as $75,000 in Burma, according to The Economist. A brand new Toyota Land Cruiser, at $300,000, costs six times what it would in the United States.

Prices are so high because the govenment has a near-monopoly on imports to the Union of Mynmar Ecomonomic Holdings Limited, which is owned by the army. Of course, corruption is endemic in Burma at every level - so obviously there are some people that can afford that set of wheels. Most Burmese don't have close to enough money to feed their family.

Agency.Asia is calling on the advertising and design industry across the Asia-Pacific to do some creative thinking that wins effectiveness awards.

It doesn't have to be a press campaign or a viral ad - it might just be a suggestion.

Come back to us with ideas as to the most effective means of pressuring these businesses to stop ignoring such abuses.

You dont have to be a writer or art director.

We'd love to hear from brand strategists to CEOs - anyone in the advertising, PR and comms industries. Please email your ideas to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it urgently. If you know the the advertising/PR agency of any of the brands below - let us know!

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This isn't a competition, it is a race! If you wish to remain anonomous, we will happily respect you and your privacy. Just act!

In the meantime, there is a very long list of companies down below - like F&N - that have been strangely quiet about their business dealings with Burma's military. In case you were wondering, these also happen to be the very same military generals that shunned foreign aid after a cyclone just one year ago. Over 100,000 people perished.

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The dirty list with contact details

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A.L.T Inter Corporation
A.L.T Inter Corporation is a Thai telecoms company, which has been undertaking contract work for the Burmese regime. A.L.T Inter operates in Burma through a joint venture company called Kordia Solutions Thailand with the New Zealand government owned Kordia. Their joint venture company has been working on a $80,000 contract with the regime owned Myanmar Post and Telecommunications on mobile phone towers in Burma. Mobile phone services are strictly controlled in Burma and it is extremely difficult for ordinary citizens to afford or acquire a mobile phone. However, for supporters of the regime it is relatively easy to acquire a phone through the pro-regime Union Solidarity and Development Association (USDA). It is reported that the USDA members raise funds by selling mobile phones, which they acquire due to their close ties to the regime.

The Chief Executive
A.L.T Inter Corporation
52/1 M00 5
Bangkruay-Trinoi Road
Bangsithong Bangkruay District
Nonthaburi 11130, Thailand

Aban Offshore
Aban Offshore is an Indian oil company which won a $25 million contract from the Thai company PTTEP International to help increase the revenues the regime gains from Burma's oil and gas reserves. In 2007 the regime received $2.7 billion from the oil and gas sector.

Managing Director
Aban Offshore
Janpriya Crest
113, Pantheon Road
Egmore,Chennai 600 008
India

Adidas-Salomon is very concerned about the human rights record of the military regime in Burma/Myanmar. Consequently we stopped sourcing products from there in 1999…none of our products have been made there since. - Adidas

Abercrombie & Kent Inc.
Abercrombie & Kent (A&K) is an American holiday company with 45 offices around the world, including offices in the UK. In 2003 the UK branch of A&K informed the Burma Campaign UK that A&K would no longer include Burma in its brochures or promote tourism to Burma. However today both the UK and US branches operate tours to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi and the Burmese democracy movement have asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Geoffrey Kent,Chairman and CEO
Abercrombie & Kent Inc.
1520 Kensington Road
Suite 212,Oak Brook
Illinois 60523-2156
USA

ACE European Group
ACE is a global insurance and reinsurance company based in Bermuda. Its subsidiary, Ace Marine, offers insurance for Burma through its London office. Insurance and reinsurance is vital to the Burmese regime, find out more in our report Insuring Repression.

The Chief Executive
ACE European Group
The ACE Building, 100 Leadenhall Street
London EC3A 3BP
United Kingdom
Fax: +44 20 7173 7800
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Al Wasl
Al Wasl is a Dubai based (re)insurance broker. The company’s website states that its Bangladesh office is responsible for marketing the company’s operations in Burma. Insurance and reinsurance is vital to the Burmese regime, find out more in our report Insuring Repression.

The Chief Executive
Al Wasl
Post office Box No 76129
Office No. G-8
Sultan Building, Karama
Dubia, United Arab Emirates

Alcatel
Alcatel is a French multinational specialising in communication technology. Alcatel is working closely with the regime in Burma to help it develop telecommunications such as landlines and mobile networks. The regime is the only mobile service provider in Burma, and is keen to expand the service because of high revenues and its importance to companies investing and trading with Burma, in particular, gem miners and exporters.

Managing Director
Alcatel
7a The Long Room
CopperMill Lock,Canal Side
Harefield UB9 6JA
UK

President
Alcatel
54
Rue La Boztie
75008 Paris
France

Andaman Club
The Andaman Club is a luxury casino/hotel complex located on Thahtay Kyun Island in Southernmost Burma. It was launched by Vikrom Isiri in 1995, who leases the land from the Burmese junta. Isiri has since gone on to become a Thai senator and the complex has provided the seed money for numerous other ventures, including Phuket Airlines.

Vikrom Isiri
Andaman Club
1168/71 25th- A Floor,Lumpini Tower Building
Rama IV Road,Thungmahamek
Bangkok 10210
Thailand

Andaman Teak Supplies Pty Ltd
Andaman is an Australian teak supplier to the marine sector, which uses Burmese teak. The company works on the ground in Burma and owns a timber mill in Rangoon. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

The Chief Executive
Andaman Teak Supplies Pty Ltd
59 Magnesium Drive
Crestmead Qld 4132
Australia

Andrew Brock Ltd.
Andrew Brock Travel is a tour operator that organises tours to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi and the Burmese democracy movement have asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities. Owner Andrew Brock has said that Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi is ‘oppressing Burma’s people’.

Andrew Brock
Andrew Brock Ltd.
29a Main Street
Lyddington
Oakham,Rutland LE15 9LR
UK
Fax: + 44(0)1572 821072
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Archaeological Tours
Archaeological Tours is a US tour operator specialising in archaeological and historical study tours led by distinguished scholars. Their 2009-2010 programmes includes a ‘Khmer Kingdoms Tour’ which begins in Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi and the Burmese democracy movement have asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy.

The Chief Executive
Archaeological Tours
271 Madison Avenue
Suite 904
New York 10016
USA
Fax: + (212) 370-1561
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Asia Optical
Asia Optical is a Taiwanese company and is one of the biggest lens producers in the world. It invested $12m in Burma to build a lens factory, which opened in early 2004. The factory reportedly produces 10 million lenses a year. Customers of Asia Optical include: Canon, Epson, Hitachi, Kodak, Konica, Minolta, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Sony, and Sharp.

Mr Robert Lai,Chairman
Asia Optical
No. 22-3 South 2nd Road
T.E.P.Z
Taichung 427
Taiwan R.O.C
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Asiana - NEW
Asiana is a Vietnamese tour company that organises holidays to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

The Chief Executive
Asiana
159 Phuong Mai
Dong Da District
Ha Noi
Vietnam
(+84-4) 573 67 50
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Atrium Underwriting c/o Ariel Reinsurance Limited
Atrium Underwriting manages two Lloyd’s Syndicates. Atrium has provided insurance services to a regime owned airline. It is owned by the Bermudan company Ariel Re. Insurance and reinsurance is vital to the Burmese regime, find out more in our report Insuring Repression.

The Chief Executive
Atrium Underwriting c/o Ariel Reinsurance Limited
P.O. Box HM 1727
Hamilton
HMGX
Bermuda
Fax: 441.295.4750
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Atrium Underwriting, Room 790
The Chief Executive
Atrium Underwriting, Room 790
Lloyd's
1 Lime Street
London EC3M 7DQ
UK
Fax: +44 (0)20 7327 4878
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Audley Travel Ltd
Audley Travel is a travel company that organises tours to Burma. It also promotes holidays to Burma in national newspapers, including the Sunday Telegraph, The Times, The Guardian and The Observer. Aung San Suu Kyi and the Burmese democracy movement have asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy.

Craig Burkinshaw
Audley Travel Ltd
6 Willows Gate
Stratton Audley
Oxfordshire OX27 9AU
UK
Fax +44 (0)1869 276 214
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Baker Hughes
Baker Hughes is a supplier of products and services to the oil and natural gas industry. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, the company operates in over 90 countries, including Burma, where it has offices in Rangoon. Its subsidiaries- Hughes Christensen and Baker Petrolite have further offices in South East Asia designated to serve the industry in Burma. As well as supplying equipment to the oil and gas industry in Burma, Baker Hughes operate a rig count service within the country. Baker Hughes has worked in joint venture with Singapore based MPRL E&P Pte. Ltd in Burma.

The Chief Executive
Baker Hughes
Corporate Headquarters
2001 Rankin Road
Houston Texas 77073
Fax: + 713 439 8699
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Bales Worldwide Holidays
Bales Worldwide is a travel company that organises tours to Burma. Although the company admits there are ‘conflicting views’ on whether tourists should visit Burma, it argues in favour of tourism. Its tours for 2008-9 cost up to £4995 per person. Aung San Suu Kyi and the Burmese democracy movement have asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy.

Managing Director
Bales Worldwide Holidays
Bales House
Junction Road
Dorking Surrey RH4 3HL
UK
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We have no business activity in Burma nor do we have plans to invest in that country. - BP

Bamboo Travel Ltd
Bamboo Travel is a UK company which aims to deliver bespoke itineraries for tourists wishing to visit China and South East Asia. Burma is included as one of the company’s destinations. Aung San Suu Kyi and the Burmese democracy movement have asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy.

The Chief Executive
Bamboo Travel Ltd
Spectrum House
Bromell's Road
Clapham Common London
SW4 0BN
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BBC Worldwide
On October 1st 2007 the BBC's commercial arm, BBC Worldwide, bought a 75% stake in Lonely Planet. Lonely Planet is an Australian multinational publishing company specialising in travel guides. Lonely Planet publishes a guide to Burma, which encourages tourists to visit the country. Lonely Planet vigorously defends tourism to Burma, attempting to undermine calls by Aung San Suu Kyi and Burma’s democracy movement for tourists to stay away. The BBC charter states that the activities of BBC Worldwide must not "jeopardise the reputation of the BBC or the value of the BBC brand". BBC Worldwide maintains that Lonely Planet will continue to publish its Burma guidebook; even though the book fails to warn readers which hotels are regime owned or highlight which tourists facilities were built or prepared for tourism with forced labour (such as the “ huge gleaming” airport in Mandalay and Mrauk U in Rakhaing State). The Burmese regime has identified tourism as a vital source of income.

John Smith
BBC Worldwide
Woodlands
80 Wood Lane
London W12 0TT
UK

Ben Line Agencies
Ben Line Agencies is a Scottish shipping line with offices in Burma. It operates a range of port services for companies exporting cargo from Burma. Ben Line is owned by EGT Holdings.

William Thomson,Chairman
Ben Line Agencies
Suite 7, Bonnington Bond
2 Anderson Place
Edinburgh EH6 5NP
UK
Fax: +44 (0)131 557 4742
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BJ Services
BJ Services is an American oil services company. It provides services to oil companies operating in Burma. The oil and gas sector are a major source of revenue for the Burmese regime.

J. W. Stewart, President and CEO
BJ Services
BJ Services 5500 Northwest Central Drive
Houston Texas 77092
USA



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Catlin Group Limited
Catlin describes itself as “an international specialist property and casualty insurer and reinsurer, writing more than 30 classes of business”. It has four “underwriting platforms”: the Catlin Syndicate at Lloyd's, Catlin Bermuda, Catlin UK and Catlin US. The company has provided insurance services to a regime owned airline. Insurance and reinsurance is vital to the Burmese regime, find out more in our report Insuring Repression.

The Chief Executive
Catlin Group Limited Head Office
Cumberland House,6th Floor
1 Victoria Street
Hamilton HM 11
Bermuda
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CH. Karnchang Co
CH. Karnchang is a Thai engineering company, which is involved in the Salween Dam project. The US$ 6 billion project is in an area where over 300,000 people being forcibly relocated due to dam construction; the militarisation of the surrounding area has resulted in an increase in reports of torture, extrajudicial killing and other human rights abuses.

Managing Director
CH. Karnchang Co
587 Viriyathavorn Building
Sutthisarn Road,Dindaeng Subdistrict
Dindaeng District Bangkok
Thailand

Changjiang institute of Surveying, planning, design and research
Changjiang Design Institute is a Chinese company that is involved with the Irrawaddy Myitsone dam project in Burma, which has been associated with human rights abuses. Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

The Chief Executive
Changjiang institute of Surveying, planning, design and research
Jiefang Avenue,Wuhan
Hu Bei Province
430010
China

Chevron
Since its 2005 takeover of Unocal, US oil giant Chevron has been one of the joint venture partners developing the Yadana offshore gas field in Burma, which earns the military regime millions of dollars. Chevron also owns Texaco.

David J. O'Reilly
Chevron
6001 Bollinger Canyon Rd.
San Ramon
CA 94583
USA
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China Gezhouba Group Co. (CGGC) - NEW
According to Earthrights International China Gezhouba Group is involved in the construction of dams in Burma. Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

The Chief Executive
China Gezhouba Group Co. (CGGC)
12th F, Building B
Wantong New World Plaza, No 2 Fucheng Menwai Dajie
Xicheng District, Beijing 100037
China
+86 10 68066660
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China Heavy Machinery Corporation
China Heavy Machinery Corporation is a Chinese company that is involved with the Yeywa dam project in Burma, which has been associated with forced relocations. Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

The Chief Executive
China Heavy Machinery Corporation
RM 8-1-1603,Jingang Plaza
NO. 19 Xindawang Rd.,Chaoyang District
Beijing 100022
China

China National Electric Equipment Co. - NEW
According to Earthrights International China National Electric Equipment Co. is involved in the construction of dams in Burma. Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

The Chief Executive
China National Electric Equipment Co.
Kengtawng Dam Contact:1 Lianhuahe Hutong
Beijing 100055
China
+86 10 62364477

China Nonferrous Metal Mining Company (CNMC)
Owned by the Chinese State, China Nonferrous Metal Mining Company plans to invest US$600 million in a new nickel mine. Situated approximately 200 kilometres north of Mandalay, Tagaung Taung mine is a joint venture with the regime’s Number 3 Mining Enterprise, who will keep a 25% stake in the venture. Early estimates suggest that 85,000 tonnes of ferronickel and 22,000 tonnes of nickel per year could be produced, making it one of the largest in Burma. This will generate significant income for the Burmese regime.

The Chief Executive
China Nonferrous Metal Mining Company (CNMC)
6/F China NonFerrous BLD
25 Lianhuachi South Road
Beiljing
China, 100055
Fax: +86 10 63485616
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We do not knowingly purchase products produced in Burma and until the current situation is satisfactorily resolved we do no intend to purchase items produced there. - Clarks

China PetroChemical Corp (Sinopec)
Sinopec is China’s second largest oil company, and is listed in Hong Kong and New York. Its subsidiary – Dian-Quin-Gui Petroleum Exploration Bureau – signed a contract for oil and gas exploration with the regime in September 2004.

Wang Tianpu
China PetroChemical Corp (Sinopec)
No.A6 Huixin East Street
Chaoyan District
Beijing 100029
China

China Power Investment Corporation
China Power Investment Corporation has partnered with the regime to build seven hydropower dams in the Mali, N’mai, Irrawaddy basin. Extortion, harassment and relocation have already begun in the area of the Irrawaddy Myitsone and Chibwe projects. Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

The Chief Executive
China Power Investment Corporation
Building 3, No.28 Financial Street
Xicheng District
Beijing
China
Fax:+86-10-66298095

China Power Investment Myanmar Hydro Division

Mr. Hu Chunguang
China Power Investment Myanmar Hydro Division
Building 56, Shamian Main Street
Liwan District
Guangzhou 510310
China
Fax:+86-20 28358107
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China Southern power Grid
China Southern Power Grid is involved with the Irrawaddy Myitsone and Shweli dam projects in Burma, which have been associated with numerous human rights abuses. Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

The Chief Executive
China Southern power Grid
6 Huasui Rd.
Guangzhou
510623
China

China Three Gorges Project Corporation (CTGPC)
According to Earthrights International China Three Gorges Project Corporation is involved in the construction of dams in Burma. Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

The Chief Executive
China Three Gorges Project Corporation (CTGPC)
Yichang
Hubei 443002
China
+86 717 6276666

CITIC Group
The state-owned CITIC Group is China’s largest financial conglomerate, with over 40 subsidiaries worldwide, including in North America and Asia Pacific. Some of these have had substantial dealings with the Burmese military regime. One subsidiary, CITIC Technology has ongoing involvement in numerous projects within Burma, the majority of which are hydroelectric related, though it has also been involved in resource extraction. In October 2007 a delegation from CITIC Technology met publicly with members of the junta at a hotel in Nanning, China.

Chang Zhenming
CITIC Group
Capital Mansion
6 Xinuan Nan Road
Beijing 10004
China
Fax: +86-10-6466-1186

CNA Group Ltd (Singapore Headquarters)
CNA is a Sesdaq listed company headquartered in Singapore. In 2005 it was awarded a $9 million contract for the expansion of Yangon International Airport. Under the contract C.N.A. will design, supply, install and commission 24 engineering systems for the airport terminals. The project was to be completed by early 2007 but the CEO has commented “we will continue to expand our presence in the region (Myanmar).”

Ms. Amanda Shen
CNA Group Ltd (Singapore Headquarters)
28 Kaki Bukit Crescent
Kaki Bukit Techpark 1
416259
Singapore
Fax: + 65 68429606
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CNOOC
CNOOC is China’s offshore and overseas oil company. It is involved in several gas fields in Burma. Most recently its involvement has been through its China Oilfield Services Ltd subsidiary. In 2006 it agreed a deal to provide drilling services at three onshore sites in Burma’s Arakan state, having previously secured a drilling contract from Daewoo to drill for gas offshore.

Mr Wei Liucheng
CNOOC
Offshore Petroleum Plaza,NO.6, Dongzhimenwai Xiaojie
DongCheng District
Beijing 100027
China
Fax: 00 86-10-84521441
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CNPC
CNPC is China’s largest oil and gas company. It has been involved in Burma’s oil and gas industry for more than a decade, increasing its investment in 2001 through its subsidiary – Chinnery Assets. In 2004 it entered into production sharing contracts with the Myanmar Ministry of Energy for offshore exploration of oil and gas through another of its subsidiaries- China Huanqiu Contracting and Engineering Corporation. CNPC’s largest subsidiary PetroChina signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Burmese junta in 2005 for the supply of natural gas from Burma to China.

Mr. Jiang Jiemin,President
CNPC
6, Liupukang Jie
Xicheng Dist.
Beijing 100724
China
Fax:00 86 10 6209 4806
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Colenco Power Engineering Ltd.
Colenco Power Corporation is a Swiss company that is involved with the Yeywa dam project in Burma which has caused forced displacement of local populations. Colenco has reportedly been hired by the regime's Ministry of Electric Power-1 to assist in the construction of dams. Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

The Chief Executive
Colenco Power Engineering Ltd.
Hydropower Plants
Department TŠfernstrasse
26 CH-5405 Baden
Switzerland
Fax: +41 56 483 1799

Crown Relocations
Crown Relocations is a Hong Kong based company with offices in the UK. It is employed by governments, corporations and non-government agencies to arrange relocation of staff when they need to work overseas. Crown has an office in Burma that facilitates the transfer of expat staff employed by foreign investors in Burma. Crown strongly defends foreign investment in Burma.

Managing Director
Crown Relocations
19 Stonefield Way
South Ruislip,Middlesex
London HA4 OBJ
UK
Fax: +44 (0) 20 8839 8155
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Daewoo International
Daewoo is a South Korean conglomerate with interests ranging from oil and gas, to grain, televisions and cars. It is a partner in the Bay of Bengal gas exploration project in Burma which could earn the regime hundreds of millions of dollars. Daewoo has stated that it expects to earn $10 billion in profit from the Shwe gas project in Burma. It is estimated that this project will earn the regime between $12 and $17 billion over the course of the contract . Daewoo Motors also has a car assembly plant which is a joint venture with Myanmar Automobile and Diesel Industries (MADI). MADI is owned and controlled by the regime. In addition, Daewoo supplies IT services to the regime, and has timber manufacturing and clothing interests in Burma.

Managing Director
Daewoo International
Lee Tae-Yong, Chief Executive Officer
541 5-Ga Namdaemunno,
Chung Gu, C.P.O Box 2810 Seoul
Korea
Fax: 00 8227539489

Daewoo International London Branch Office
Managing Director
Daewoo International London Branch Office
Missing Link House,3 Eastbury Road
Northwood
Middlesex HA6 3AB
UK
Fax: 00 441923 833 487
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DBS Bank
DBS Group Holdings Ltd is the holding company of DBS bank and is one of the largest companies in terms of market capitalisation listed on the Singapore Exchange, with total assets amounting to over S$180 billion. Included in its international banking network is a representative office in Burma.

The Chief Executive
DBS Bank
6 Shenton Way
DBS Tower One
68809
Singapore

Destination Asia
Destination Asia is a tour company based in Thailand that organises holidays to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

The Chief Executive
Destination Asia
9th Floor, Wangdek 1 Building
21/7 Vibhavadi Rangsit Road
Bangkok 10900
Thailand
(66-2) 272-1460
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Diethelm Keller Holding Ltd
Diethelm Keller Group is a private Swiss company with a wide range of investments, including Diethelm Travel, which operates holiday tours to Burma. Diethelm boasts that it pioneered tourism to Burma. The CEO of Diethelm Travel Asia, John Wason, caused international outrage in October 2007 by urging tourists to return to Burma just days after the Burmese military had brutally repressed the 2007 peaceful uprising. Diethelm also owns STA travel. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Andreas W. Keller
Diethelm Keller Holding Ltd
Muhlebachstrasse 20
8032 Zurich
Switzerland
Fax 00 411 1 265 3399
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Diethelm Travel Ltd.
The Chief Executive
Diethelm Travel Ltd.
Myanmar
Dusit Inya Lake Resort
37 Kaba Aye Pagoda Road Mayangone Township
Rangoon, Burma

Dive the World
Based in Thailand, Dive the World facilitates diving holidays to Burma. Their promotional materials state, “You will be accompanied by an immigration official for the duration of your cruise … therefore, every cruise is supervised by the Burmese authorities and is extremely safe”. Aung San Suu Kyi and the democracy movement have asked for tourists not to visit Burma at the present time.

Sheldon Hey, General Manager
Dive the World
Dive the World
Ratuthid Road,Patong Beach
Phuket 83150
Thailand
Fax: +66 76 344736
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Djoser Reisen GMBH - NEW
Djoser Resien is a German tour company that organises holidays to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

The Chief Executive
Djoser Reisen GMBH
Kaiser-Wilhelm-Ring 20
50672 Köln
GERMANY
0221 / 920 15 858
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Dragon Travel
Dragon Travel is a travel company based in Wales that organises tours to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi and the Burmese democracy movement have asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Dragon Travel
13 Howells Crescent
Llandaff
Cardiff CF5 2AJ
UK
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EGAT Plc.
The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) Public Limited Company is a subsidiary of Thailand’s state run power utility, EGAT, formed to increase private sector involvement in electricity supply. EGAT Plc signed a Memorandum of Understanding in late 2005, with the Burmese military junta for the construction of a series of five hydro electric dams along the Salween river. The project will not only secure electricity for Thailand, but also much needed income for the SPDC.

Kraisi Kanasuta
EGAT Plc.
53 Moo 2 Charunsanitwong Road
Bangkruai
Nonthaburi 11130
Thailand
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Elder Treks
Based in Toronto, Elder Treks is a tour organiser that specialises in ‘small group adventures for travellers 50 plus’. Describing Burma as a ‘sublime country’, it organises 18-day holidays to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi and the democracy movement have repeatedly asked for tourists not to visit Burma, as it helps funds the regime and gives it legitimacy.

Gary Murtagh
Elder Treks
597 Markham Street
Toronto
Ontario M6G 2L7 M6G 2L7
Canada
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I would also add that I share your disgust with the regime in Burma and applaud your efforts and those of other organisations in helping stimulate international pressure for change. Nick Land, Chairman, Ernst & Young

Electric Power Development Company (EPDC) - NEW
Electric Power Development Company is a Japanese company involved in the construction of dams in Burma. Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

The Chief Executive
Electric Power Development Company (EPDC)
Contact:15-1
Ginza 6-Chome
Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-8165
Japan

Essar Group
Essar Group is an Indian conglomerate. In 2005 its Essar Oil subsidiary signed contracts with the regime to make onshore and offshore explorations for oil and gas.

Shashi Ruia
Essar Group
Essar House
11 Keshavrao Khadye Marg
Mahalaxmi Mumbai - 400 034
India
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Exotissimo - NEW
Exotissimo is a Thai tour company that organises holidays to Burma. The company reportedly has a special deal with the Burmese regime which allows it to issue visas to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

The Chief Executive
Exotissimo
6th Floor, Zuellig House
1-7 Silom Road, Silom
Bangrak Bangkok, 10500
Thailand
(66 2) 636 0363
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Export-Import Bank of China (China Exim Bank) - NEW
Export-Import Bank of China is a Chinese company involved in the construction of dams in Burma. Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

The Chief Executive
Export-Import Bank of China (China Exim Bank)
No.77
Bei He Yan Street
Dongcheng District, Beijing 100090
China
+86 10 64090988



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First Cabin - NEW
First Cabin is an American tour company that organises holidays to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

The Chief Executive
First Cabin
First Cabin Travel Corporation
P.O. Box 748
Rancho Santa Fe California, 92067
USA
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First Choice Expeditions
First Choice Expeditions is an American company who, with its associated company, Country Walkers, sells holidays to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi and the Burmese democracy movement have asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Many of Burma's tourists facilities were built with forced labour.

Managing Director
First Choice Expeditions
4340 Von Karman Ave
Suite 400
Newport Beach CA 92660
USA

Focus Energy Ltd
Focus Energy is a small British oil company – registered in the British Virgin Islands. Focus Energy operates and develops onshore oil fields in Burma. It began operations in 1997, and in late 2004 announced a new investment of 4 million dollars to drill new wells.

Maurie Drew
Focus Energy Ltd
Focus House,Mya Yeik Nyo Royal Estate
20 Pale Street
Bahan Tshp Yangon
Union of Myanmar

Fodor's/Random House
Fodor’s is an American publishing company that specialises in travel guides. Their South East Asia guide includes a section on Burma which helps facilitate tourism to the country. Fodor's is part of the Random House publishing group. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Fodor's/Random House
Random House, Inc.
1745 Broadway
New York, NY 10019
USA

FOSCE - Lorentzenstr.
FOSCE is a German company that is involved with the Upper Paunglaung dam project in Burma, which has been associated with human rights abuses. Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

The Chief Executive
FOSCE - Lorentzenstr.
30 Bad Oldesloe
23843
Germany

Fraser and Neave Limited
Fraser and Neave is a Singaporean company that operates a brewery in Burma in joint venture with the state owned Union of Myanmar Economic Holdings Ltd, their joint venture is called Myanmar Brewey Limited (MBL). MBL produces brands such as Tiger Beer and Myanmar Beer; exporting to 10 countries including Malaysia, Singapore, India and China. The venture generates significant income for the Burmese regime.

Corporate Communications
Fraser and Neave Limited
#21-00 Alexandra Point
438 Alexandra Road
119958
Singapore



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Gaffney Cline & Associates - NEW
Gaffney Cline & Associates describes itself as an "independent, international energy consulting firm". It has worked in the Oil and Gas sector in Burma. The oil and gas sectors are the regime's chief source of income, generating it billions of dollars in revenue every year. The company produced a brochure in 2008 promoting investment in gas resources in Burma. In the past the company has reportedly worked in Burma for Daewoo, ONGC Videsh and Gail.

The Chief Executive
Gaffney Cline & Assoicates
Bentley Hall
Blacknest
Alton Hampshire, GU34 4PU
UK
Fac:+44 (0)1420 525367
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GAIL (India) Limited
GAIL is an Indian gas company. It is a partner in the massive Shwe gas field consortium off the coast of Burma. Gas exports are the regime’s largest source of income.

The Chairman
GAIL (India) Limited
16
Bhikaiji Cama Place
New Delhi - 110 066
India

Gecko's Adventures
Gecko’s describes itself as a travel company for ‘grassroots adventures’. It is a sister company of Peregrine Adventures, which has offices in Australia and the UK. Gecko’s organises tours to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Gecko's Adventures
258 Lonsdale St
Melbourne VIC 3000
Australia
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Gecko's Adventures
Managing Director
Gecko's Adventures
First Floor,8 Clerewater Place
Lower Way,Thatcham
Berkshire RG19 3RF
UK
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We have an unequivocal position in respect of goods manufactured in Burma, in that we do not stock them. - Grattan plc

Geopetrol
Geopetrol is a private oil and gas exploration, and production company. Through GoldPetrol, the company’s joint venture with Interra Resources, this French based firm has a participating interest in two major oil producing fields in the sub-Salin basin of Burma. It plans to undertake further development drilling to significantly increase its production.

The Chief Executive
Geopetrol
Gildo Pastor Center
7 Rue Du Gabian
MC 98000
France
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German Travel Network
The German Travel Network is a German tourism company which organises holidays to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
German Travel Network
Bahnhofstrasse 22
Schwabach
91126
Germany
Fax: +49 9122 634 526

Ginnacle Import-Export Pte Ltd
Ginnacle is a company located in Singapore involved in the sales and marketing of Burmese teak lumber, decking and furniture. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

The Chief Executive
Ginnacle Import-Export Pte Ltd
7500A Beach Road
05-318
The Plaza 199591
Singapore
Fax: + (65) 6 296 6629
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GMS Power Public Company Limited
GMS is one of Thailand's largest power developers, with its parent company MDX group it is involved in the Salween Dam project, in Eastern Burma. The US$ 6 billion project has led to over 300,000 people being forcibly relocated and the militarisation of the surrounding area which has resulted in an increase in reports of torture, extrajudicial killing and other human rights abuses.

Managing Director
GMS Power Public Company Limited
14th floor, The Column Tower
199 Ratchadapisek Road,Klongtoey
Bankok 10110
Thailand

Golden Aaron Pte. Ltd.
Golden Aaron Pte. Ltd. is a Singaporean oil corporation. The company is part of a consortium which in 2005 signed three production sharing contracts with state run Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise, to explore for oil and gas in Burma, both on and offshore. It is a project which will undoubtedly provide the Burmese junta with a large and valuable source of income. The same consortium signed similar deals in 2004.

The Chief Executive
Golden Aaron Pte. Ltd.
3 Shenton Way 10-01
Shenton House
68805
Singapore

Grand Circle Travels - NEW
Grand Circle Travels is an American tour company that organises holidays to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

The Chief Executive
Grand Circle Travels
Grand Circle Corporation
347 Congress Street
Boston Massachusetts. 2210
USA



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Hannover Re
Hannover Re describes itself as “one of the leading reinsurance groups in the world.” Its website states that it is represented in the Burmese market by its Malaysian subsidiary. Insurance and reinsurance is vital to the Burmese regime, find out more in our report Insuring Repression.

The Chief Executive
Hannover Re
Hannover Re, P.O. Box 61 03 69
30603
Hannover
Germany
Fax: +49 / 5 11 / 56 04 - 11 88
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Hapag-Lloyd AG
Hapag-Lloyd is a German container shipping line and holiday cruise operator. Its container division has an office in Burma as part of its operation to export Burmese products. Hapag-Lloyd Cruises includes Burma on their cruises in Asia. Hapag-Lloyd is active in the UK container shipping market.

Michael Behrendt
Hapag-Lloyd AG
Ballindamm 25
D-20095 Hamburg
D-20095
Germany

Hapag-Lloyd UK
Managing Director
Hapag-Lloyd UK
Hapag-Lloyd House, 48a Cambridge Road
Barking
Essex IG11 8HH
UK
Fax: 0044 20 8507 4165

Helicopters NZ
Helicopters New Zealand (NZ) are a New Zealand helicopter hire company that specialises in helicopter hire for difficult environments, including the oil and gas industry. Helicopters NZ have been hired by Daewoo to work on the Shwe gas field.

Managing Director
Helicopters NZ
Private Bag 9
Nelson 7042
New Zealand
Fax: 00 643 5475598
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Hunan Savoo Overseas Water & Electric Engineering Co. - NEW
According to Earthrights International Hunnan Savoo is involved in the construction of dams in Burma. Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

The Chief Executive
Hunan Savoo Overseas Water & Electric Engineering Co.
No address found

H&M have a policy which started over 5 years ago not to buy anything from Burma. - H&M

Hunter Publishing
Hunter Publishing is an American publishing company that produces a guide to Burma under its Nelles Guide imprint. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Hunter Publishing
PO Box 746
Walpole
MA 02081
USA
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Hutchison Whampoa Limited
Hutchison Whampoa Ltd is a Hong Kong based company with a wide range of investments around the world. In Burma it operates Myanmar International Terminals Thilawa (MITT), a major port in Burma. It has described these port terminals as “strategically positioned to facilitate and service Myanmar’s international trade.” In the UK, Hutchison owns 3 Mobile, Superdrug, three major ports – Felixstowe, Harwich International and Thamesport, and has major stakes in luxury property developments such as Royal Gate in Kensington, Belgravia Place near Sloane Square and Albion Wharf in Chelsea.

Mr. Li Ka-shing
Hutchison Whampoa Limited
22/F Hutchison House
10 Harcourt Road
Central
Hong Kong
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Impact Publications
Impact Publications is an American publishing company that publishes a guide to Burma. The guide is available in several countries. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities. Impact Publications have sent abusive emails to people writing to express their concern about Impact promoting tourism to Burma.

Ron and Caryl Krannich
Impact Publications
9104 Manassas Drive
Suite N
Manassas Park VA 20111-5211
USA
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Insight Guides
Insight Guides is an independent publishing company that produces holiday guides, including a guide to Burma that promotes tourism to the country. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Insight Guides
58 Borough High Street
London
SE1 1XF
UK
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Interra Resources Limited
Singapore listed Interra Resource’s principal activities are the exploration and operation of oil fields for the production of crude petroleum. It operates in Indonesia and Burma. In Burma its subsidiary Goldwater Oil was the first foreign oil company to extract oil in Burma. It is currently engaged in oil and gas exploration and production through its jointly controlled venture with Geopetrol called Goldpetrol.

The Chief Executive
Interra Resources Limited
391A Orchard Road 13-06
Ngee Ann City Tower A
238873
Singapore
Fax:+ (65) 6738 1170
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Itera Group
Itera Group is a Russian oil and gas company. In September 2006 it signed a production sharing contract for oil and gas exploration with the regime.

Igor Viktorich Makarov
Itera Group
117209
Sevastopolsky Prospekt,28, Bldg1
Moscow 117209
Russian Federation

Itochu Corporation Ltd
Marubeni-Itochu is a joint venture company between two Japanese companies, Marubeni and Itochu. Marubeni-Itochu’s subsidiary in Burma, Myanma Steel Industries Co., Ltd, supplies steel tubulars to the gas industry in Burma. Gas revenues are a major source of revenue for the Burmese regime, supplying over $2.7 billion in 2006. Itochu maintains an office in Rangoon.

Managing Director
Itochu Corporation Ltd
37990
Kita-Aoyama 2-chome
Minato-ku Tokyo 107-8077
Japan

Impact Publications
Impact Publications is an American publishing company that publishes a guide to Burma. The guide is available in several countries. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities. Impact Publications have sent abusive emails to people writing to express their concern about Impact promoting tourism to Burma.

Ron and Caryl Krannich
Impact Publications
9104 Manassas Drive
Suite N
Manassas Park VA 20111-5211
USA
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Insight Guides
Insight Guides is an independent publishing company that produces holiday guides, including a guide to Burma that promotes tourism to the country. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Insight Guides
58 Borough High Street
London
SE1 1XF
UK
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Interra Resources Limited
Singapore listed Interra Resource’s principal activities are the exploration and operation of oil fields for the production of crude petroleum. It operates in Indonesia and Burma. In Burma its subsidiary Goldwater Oil was the first foreign oil company to extract oil in Burma. It is currently engaged in oil and gas exploration and production through its jointly controlled venture with Geopetrol called Goldpetrol.

The Chief Executive
Interra Resources Limited
391A Orchard Road 13-06
Ngee Ann City Tower A
238873
Singapore
Fax:+ (65) 6738 1170
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Itera Group
Itera Group is a Russian oil and gas company. In September 2006 it signed a production sharing contract for oil and gas exploration with the regime.

Igor Viktorich Makarov
Itera Group
117209
Sevastopolsky Prospekt,28, Bldg1
Moscow 117209
Russian Federation

Itochu Corporation Ltd
Marubeni-Itochu is a joint venture company between two Japanese companies, Marubeni and Itochu. Marubeni-Itochu’s subsidiary in Burma, Myanma Steel Industries Co., Ltd, supplies steel tubulars to the gas industry in Burma. Gas revenues are a major source of revenue for the Burmese regime, supplying over $2.7 billion in 2006. Itochu maintains an office in Rangoon.

Managing Director
Itochu Corporation Ltd
37990
Kita-Aoyama 2-chome
Minato-ku Tokyo 107-8077
Japan



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Jetstar Asia
Jetstar Asia promotes Burma as a tourist destination and flies to the country in partnership with regime owned Myanmar Airways International. Burma's democracy leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, and the country's democracy movement asks tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities. Jetstar Asia is based in Singapore and is a partnership between Qantas, who hold the controlling 49% share, Tony Chew, FF Wong and Temasek Holdings.

Managing Director
Jetstar Asia
Qantas Centre
203 Coward Street
Mascot NSW 2020
Australia

In conjunction with the manufacturing of our products, it has been and will continue to be JanSport policy to honour the issue of human rights here and abroad ….We are specifically concerned about factories in Myanmar, formerly known as Burma. Let me assure you, JanSport unequivocally forbids the production of any of its merchandise or the conduct of business on its behalf in Myanmar. - Jansport

Journeys International Inc.
Journeys International is an American tour holiday company that sells tours to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi and the Burmese democracy movement have asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Many of Burma's tourists facilities were built with forced labour.

Managing Director
Journeys International Inc.
Suite 3, 107 Aprill Drive
Ann Arbor
MI 48103-1903
USA
Fax +1 734 665 2945

JSC Zarubezhneft Joint Stock Company
JSC Zarubezhneft is a Russian oil and gas company which has interests in the gas sector in Burma, specifically the M-8 block. The gas sector is the regime's chief source of income generating over $2.7 billion in 2006.

Managing Director
JSC Zarubezhneft Joint Stock Company
Building 1
Building 1, 9/1/1
Armiansky pereulok Moscow 101990
Russian Federation



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Kajima
Kajima is a Japanese construction company with contracts all over the world. Kajima has an office in Burma and has undertaken several construction contracts for the regime. In the UK, Kajima has won several PFI projects, including building schools in Camden and Ealing.

Managing Director
Kajima
Grove House
248a Marylebone Road
London NW1 6JZ
UK
Fax +44 (0)20 7465 8634
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Kajima Head Office
Managing Director
Kajima Head Office
Motoakasaka 1-chome
Minato-ku
Tokyo 107-8388
Japan

Kansai Electric Power Co (KEPCO) - NEW
Kansai Electric Power Co is a Japanese company involved in the construction of a number of dams in Burma. Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

The Chief Executive
Kansai Electric Power Co (KEPCO)
Contact:3-6-16 Nakanoshima
Kita-ku
Osaka 530-8270
JAPAN

It is not ethical for us to produce our goods from Burma, We took the issue up with our 'mother' company in Paris. They in turn have considered the situation and have terminated the production from Burma. - Kookai

Keppel Corporation Ltd.
Singapore’s Keppel Corporation is a multinational corporation with interests in three key business areas: Offshore and Marine, Property and Infrastructure. Its property wing- Keppel Land has a presence in eight Asian countries including Burma where it owns the Sedona Hotels in Rangoon and Mandalay.

Lim Chee Onn
Keppel Corporation Ltd.
Group Corporate Communications
1 HarbourFront Avenue
18-01 Keppel Bay Tower 98632
Singapore
Fax: + (65) 6413 645
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Kerry Logistics (UK) Ltd
Kerry Logistics is a goods transport logistics company with branches in 12 countries, including the UK. Kerry Logistics also operates in Burma, facilitating the export of Burmese goods. Kerry Logistics is part of the Singaporean conglomerate, Kuok Group.

Managing Director
Kerry Logistics (UK) Ltd
Unit 1 Broadoak Industrial Park
Ashburton Road West, Trafford Park
Manchester M17 1RW
UK
Fax: +44 (0) 161 872 9016

Kerry Logistics c/o Kuok Group
Kuok Nock Nien
Kerry Logistics c/o Kuok Group
No. 1 Kim Seng Promenade
#07-01
Great World City 237994
Singapore

Kinden Corporation
Kinden is a Japanese engineering company with investments in Burma. The company's investments, such as the Yangon Commercial Tower, help provide funding to the Burmese regime.

Managing Director
Kinden Corporation
2-1-21 Kudan-Minami
Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 102-8628
Japan

KOGAS
The Korea Gas Corporation is a South Korean gas company. KOGAS is a partner is the massive Shwe gas field consortium off the coast of Burma. It has a 10% stake.

Mr. Kangsoo Choo
KOGAS
215 Chongja-dong
Paundang-gu,Songnam
Kyanggi-do 463-754
Korea
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Kordia
Kordia is a New Zealand state owned telecoms company which has been undertaking contract work for the Burmese regime. Kordia operates in Burma through a joint venture company called Kordia Solutions Thailand with the Thai firm Alt Inter Corporation. Their joint venture company has been working on a $80,000 contract with the regime owned Myanmar Post and Telecommunications on mobile phone towers in Burma. Mobile phone services are strictly controlled in Burma and it is extremely difficult for ordinary citizens to afford or acquire a mobile phone. However for supporters of the regime it is relatively easy to acquire a phone through the pro-regime Union Solidarity and Development Association (USDA). It is reported that the USDA members raise funds by selling mobile phones, which they acquire due to their close ties to the regime.

Managing Director
Kordia
Level 4,Fidelity House
81 Carlton Gore Road
Newmarket Auckland 1023
New Zealand

Kunming Hydroelectric Investigation - NEW
According to Earthrights International Kunming is involved in the construction of dams in Burma. Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

The Chief Executive
Kunming Hydroelectric Investigation
Design and Research Institute
115 East Road, People in Kunming
50051 Zip Code: 650051
China
+86 871-3162550
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Kuoni Travel Holding Ltd.
Kuoni describes itself as "one of Europe’s leading tourist travel corporations" and “Britain’s best luxury travel and tour operator". The company sells tours to Burma through its French and Spanish brochures as well as through its subsidiary Asian Trails. In 2003 the company stopped selling tours to Burma but backtracked on the decision and recommenced selling tours in 2005. It now sells tours to Burma through Asian Trails, a company in which it is majority shareholder. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

The Chief Executive
Kuoni Travel Holding Ltd.
Neue Hard 7
CH-8010 Zurich
Switzerland
Fax: 00 41 44 271 52 82

Kuoni House
The Chief Executive
Kuoni House
Dorking
Surrey
RH5 4AZ
UK



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Labuan Re
Labuan Re headquartered in Malaysia describes itself as “an international reinsurer”. The company lists Burma as one of its “overseas markets”. Insurance and reinsurance is vital to the Burmese regime, find out more in our report Insuring Repression.

The Chief Executive
Labuan Re
Level 4 ( B ), Main Office Tower
Financial Park Labuan
Jln Merdeka 87000 Federal Territory of Labuan
Malaysia
Fax : 6087 425 070,
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Leeward Capital Corp
Leeward Capital Corp are a Canadian mining company. They are in a joint venture with the regime to mine and export amber.

Managing Director
Leeward Capital Corp
Unit 4
1922 _ 9th Avenue SE
Calgary Alberta T2G 0V2
Canada
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It is not possible to do business in [Burma] without directly supporting the military government and its pervasive violations of human rights." - Levi-Strauss & Co. upon withdrawing from Burma.

Lloyd's of London
Lloyd’s of London. Lloyd’s, located at the heart of the City of London, describes itself as, “the world’s leading, specialist insurance market.” According to the Burmese Ministry of Finance and Revenue, Lloyd’s provides reinsurance to Myanma Insurance. Lloyd’s syndicates (Lloyd’s terminology for their member companies that sell insurance) have also sold insurance to a regime owned airline. Lloyd’s admitted in April 2008 that some shipping and aviation reinsurance for companies in Burma goes through Lloyd’s. As a consequence of the actions of their syndicates Lloyd’s were placed on our “2005 Dirty List”. Later that year Lloyd’s stated that they were not able to compel their members to end their involvement in Burma and claimed that it would be “against competition law for members to collectively decide not to operate in Burma”. Pending investigations of these claims Lloyd’s were removed from the Dirty List. Our investigations failed to identify any UK law or act to substantiate Lloyd’s’ claims. Lloyd’s conceded in July 2008 that “Competition Law is not relevant in this case”. When asked to make a statement to their syndicates alerting them to the human rights concerns associated with selling insurance to companies in Burma Lloyd’s refused, instead issuing the following statement on July 23rd 2008: “Unless there are official UN sanctions in place, Lloyd's does not instruct the market where it can and cannot write business. Competition Law is not relevant in this case. However, we do not make public comments on the politics or economic policies of national or international bodies.”

Lord Levene, Chairman of Lloyd's
Lloyd's of London
Lloyd's
One Lime Street
London EC3M 7HA
UK
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7327 1000
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Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet is an Australian multinational publishing company specialising in travel guides. Lonely Planet publishes a guide to Burma, which encourages tourists to visit the country. On October 1st 2007 the BBC's commercial arm, BBC Worldwide, bought a 75% stake in Lonely Planet. Lonely Planet vigorously defends tourism to Burma, attempting to undermine calls by Aung San Suu Kyi and Burma’s democracy movement for tourists to stay away. The BBC charter states that the activities of BBC Worldwide must not "jeopardise the reputation of the BBC or the value of the BBC brand". BBC Worldwide maintains that Lonely Planet will continue to publish its Burma guidebook; even though the book fails to warn readers which hotels are regime owned or highlight which tourists facilities were built or prepared for tourism with forced labour (such as the “ huge gleaming” airport in Mandalay and Mrauk U in Rakhaing State). The Burmese regime has identified tourism as a vital source of income.

Judy Slatyer
Lonely Planet
90 Maribyrnong Street
Footscray
Victoria 3011
Australia
Fax: + 61 3 8379 8111
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Lotus Travel Service - NEW
Lotus Travel is a German tour company that organises holidays to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

The Chief Executive
Lotus Travel Service
Baaderstraße 3
D- 80469 München
GERMANY
0 89/ 201 35 93
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Lumber Mart SDN BHD
Lumber Mart International is a Malaysian company that exports Burmese timber products. The company plans to establish over 100 wood based factories in Burma. The Burmese regime owns all teak plantations in Burma and teak sales earn the regime millions of pounds every year.

Mr Charles Lee
Lumber Mart SDN BHD
No.2, Jalan Teknologi 3/1
Selangor Science Park 1,Kota Damansara
47810 Petaling Jaya Selangor Darul Ehsan
Malaysia



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MAERSK
A.P.Møller Maersk is a Danish multinational company that specialises in shipping, but also has interests in oil & gas exploration, air transport, and supermarkets. In Burma Maersk act as a shipping agent through a company set up to act as their local representative. The agent – Win Trade Ltd – arranges exports from Burma using the regime owned Myanmar Five Star Line. Maersk are joint owners of Dansk Supermarket, Denmark’s second largest supermarket chain, which includes Netto supermarkets. Maersk have confirmed to the Burma Campaign UK that they export garments from Burma. Factory workers in Burma are paid wages are as low as 5p an hour. A factory employee working a 60 hour week could earn just £3. This is below the United Nations definition of an extreme poverty income.

Nils Smedegaard Andersen, Chief Executive Officer
MAERSK
Esplanaden 50
1098 Copenhagen K
1098 Denmark
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Malcolm Dunstan & Associates (MD&A) British – NEW
Malcolm Dunstan & Associates is a British company involved in the construction of the Ta Sang and Yeywa dams in Burma. The company performs “construction supervision” for the regime’s Department of Hydropower.” Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

Malcolm Dunstan & Associates (MD&A)
Hayford Hall
Buckfastleigh
Devon TQ11 0JQ

Marubeni UK Plc
Marubeni is a Japanese company with interests ranging from oil and gas to clothing and timber. In Burma they helped finance the Monywa Copper mine developed by Ivanhoe. Marubeni-Itochu is a joint venture between Marubeni and another Japanese company, Itochu. Their subsidiary in Burma, Myanma Steel Industries Co., Ltd, supplies steel tubulars to the gas industry in Burma. Gas revenues are a major source of revenue for the Burmese regime; supplying over $2.7 billion in 2006. In the UK Marubeni develops oil and gas reserves in the North Sea.

Managing Director
Marubeni UK Plc
120 Moorgate Street
London
EC2M 6SS
UK
Fax: + 813 3282 2455

Marubeni
Teruo Asada, Managing Director
Marubeni
Marubeni
4-2 Ohtemachi 1-chome
Chiyoda-ku Tokyo 100-8088
Japan

MDX PCL
MDX is one of Thailand's largest power developers, with its subsidiary GMS Power Public Company it is involved in the Salween Dam project, in Eastern Burma. The US$ 6 billion project has led to over 300,000 people being forcibly relocated and the militarisation of the surrounding area, which has resulted in an increase in reports of torture, extrajudicial killing and other human rights abuses.

Managing Director
MDX PCL
International public company
12A/F 199,Ratchadapisek Rd
Khlong-Toei Bangkok
Thailand

Mekong Travel
Mekong Travel is a travel company based in Buckinghamshire which specialises in holidays to Indochina, including Burma. On their website they describe how decades of isolation as a result of military dictatorship “have preserved here many of the traditional features, physical and cultural, which have been lost in other Asian countries.”

Managing Director
Mekong Travel
16 Ledborough Wood
Beaconsfield
Buckinghamshire HP9 2DJ
UK
Fax: +44 (0)1494 681631
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Mitsubishi Corporation
Mitsubishi describes itself as “Japan’s largest general trading company”. The company maintains an office in Rangoon, where it facilitates the distribution and sale of numerous products and services including petroleum, steel and textile products. Historically, Mitsubishi has invested US $70 million in the Yetagun gas project; Nippon Oil is also a Mitsubishi Company. Mitsubishi also carries out work for the Myanmar Port Authority, supplying cranes and dredgers – by increasing the capacity of Rangoon Port the company is enabling the regime to increase the profits it makes from trade.

The Chief Executive
Mitsubishi Corporation
Mitsubishi Shoji Building
Marunouchi 2-Chome,Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 100-8086
Japan
Fax: +44 (0)20 7025 3499

Mitsubishi Corporation (UK Office)
The Chief Executive
Mitsubishi Corporation (UK Office)
Mid City Place
71 High Holborn
London WC1V 6BA
UK

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd.
M.O.L is a global business concerned with marine shipping and logistics in what it calls a ‘truly borderless transportation network that brings goods to market all over the world’. Yangon is one of the company’s major calling ports.

The Chief Executive
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd.
Toranomon 2-chome
Minato-ku
Tokyo 105-8688
Japan
Fax: +81-3-3587-7734

Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Company (Europe) Ltd.
Mitstui is one of Japan’s largest non-life insurers. Included in its large overseas network is a representative office in Rangoon. Evidence indicates the company has applied to form a joint venture with regime owned Myanma Insurance. Insurance and reinsurance is vital to the Burmese regime, find out more in our report Insuring Repression.

The Chief Executive
Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Company (Europe) Ltd.
6th Floor
New London House
6 London Street London
EC3R 7LP,UK
Fax: + 81 3 3297 6888, +44 (0)20 7816 0220

We have an internal policy of not buying from this region and that policy is clearly communicated to all our direct suppliers and our buying teams. - Marks and Spencer

Mountain Travel Sobek U.K.
Mountain Travel Sobek is an adventure travel company with offices in the US and UK. They operate tours to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Mountain Travel Sobek U.K.
67 Verney Avenue
High Wycombe Bucks HP12 3ND
UK
Fax: +44 (0)1494 465526
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MPRL E&P Pte Ltd.
With headquarters in Singapore, and registered in the British Virgin Islands, MPRL E&P was founded in 1996, when it was in a joint venture with Baker Hughes; it is now in 100% charge of the Mann Oil Field on which it has already invested approximately US$ 90 million, making it the third largest investor in the onshore oil projects in Burma. In January 2006 it signed another contract with the state-owned MOGE for the development of the offshore Block A-6, in a deal over five years worth a minimum of US$ 35.5 million to the junta. The company plans to increase its investment in the country yet further, stating ‘MPRL believes that there are still many opportunities to expand further in the country and MPRL has in fact applied for additional onshore acreage’. The gas sector is the regime's chief source of income generating over $2.7 billion in 2006.

Mr Terence J. Howe
MPRL E&P Pte Ltd.
20 Cecil Street
#13-02
Equity Plaza 4970
Singapore
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National Hydroelectric Power Corporation - NEW
National Hydroelectric Power Corporation is an Indian company involved in the construction of dams in Burma. Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

The Chief Executive
National Hydroelectric Power Corporation
Sector-33
Faridabad - 121003 (Haryana)
India
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New Horizons Travels & Tours Ltd.
New Horizons Travels and Tours is a London based company that organises holidays to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

MiMi Tin Tun
New Horizons Travels & Tours Ltd.
50 Burrard Road
West Hampstead
London NW6 1DD
UK

NOBEL OIL - NEW
Nobel Oil is an oil and gas company from Russia that works in the oil and gas industry in Burma. The oil and gas sectors are the regime's chief source of income, generating it billions of dollars in revenue every year.

Nobel Oil
D.2, P. 2 Dostoyevsky,
Moscow 127473
Russia,
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Nikko Hotels International/Japan Airlines
Nikko Hotels International, a subsidiary of Japan Airlines, owns hotels all over the world. In Burma Nikko operate the Hotel Nikko Royal Lake Yangon. In the UK they own the Montcalm-Hotel Nikko London.

Shosuke Machida
Chief Executive
Nikko Hotels
JAL Bldg.
2-4-11, Higashishinagawa,
Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 104-0002
JAPAN
Fax: 00 81-3-3458-3950
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Managing Director
Japan Airlines
JAL Bldg.
2-4-11, Higashishinagawa,
Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 104-0002
JAPAN
Fax: 00 81-3-3458-3950

Nippon Oil
Japanese oil firm Nippon Oil are one of the joint venture partners developing the Yadana offshore gas field in Burma, which earns the military regime millions of dollars. It is part of the Mitsubishi group of companies.

Fumiaki Watari
President
Nippon Oil
3-12 Nishi Shimbashi 1-chome
Minato-ku, Tokyo 105 8412, Japan

A Suzuki
Managing Director
Nippon Oil Exploration and Production UK Ltd
38 Finsbury Square
London EC2A 1PX
UK
Fax: 020 7309 7676

We at New Look take ethical issues seriously and have a policy not to knowingly source any of our products from Burma. - New Look

Noble Caledonia
Noble Caledonia is a British holiday cruise company offering cruises all over the world. Their brochure includes cruises on the Irrawaddy River in Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Noble Caledonia Limited
2 Chester Close, Belgravia,
London SW1X 7BE
Fax: 020 7245 0388
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NYK Line Europe
NYK is the world’s largest shipping company. It transports garment exports from Burma. Since being placed on the Dirty List in 2004 NYK did take some welcome steps to reduce its involvement in Burma. It stopped carrying timber exports from Burma and its American subsidiary Crystal Cruises stopped visiting Burma. However, Crystal Cruises has now resumed visiting Burma. Information obtained by the Burma Campaign UK shows that NYK line continues to ship lorryloads of goods from Burma. NYK has significant operations in the UK, operating out of ports across the country.

Managing Director
NYK Line Europe
CityPoint
1 Ropemaker Street
London EC2Y 9NY
UK
Fax: + 8133284 6105, Fax: +44 (0)20 7090 2404



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OCBC Bank
OCBC Bank is Singapore’s longest established bank, and is today one of Asia’s leading financial services groups with gross assets of S$136 billion. The group has a global network of more than 310 branches and representative offices in 15 countries including Burma.
OCBC Bank
65 Chulia Street
OCBC Centre
Singapore 049513
Fax: +65 6535 7477
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Old Burma Tour and Trading Co
This Florida based company, with offices in Rangoon, is a provider of custom made tours of Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Further, forced labour has been used to develop certain tourist facilities.
Old Burma Tour and Trading Company
1825 Ponce De Leon Boulevard
P.O. Box 383
Coral Gables, Florida
33134 USA
Fax: 305 569 0074
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ONGC Videsh
ONGC Videsh is one of the largest companies in India. It is a partner in the massive Shwe gas field consortium off the coast of Burma. It has a 20% stake.
Subir Raha
Chairman
ONGC VIDESH
6th Floor, "Kailash"
26, Kasturba Gandhi Marg,
New Delhi 110 001
India
Fax: 00 91 11 23730369

Orient Express
Orient Express has its registered office in Bermuda, is managed from London, and is listed on the New York stock exchange. The company specialises mainly in hotels, but also offers holidays to Burma including ‘Road to Mandalay’ cruises on the Irrawaddy River. It has expanded its interests in Burma by taking a stake in the Pansea hotel chain – now rebranded as ‘Pansea Orient Express’ - which has a hotel in Rangoon. Pansea Orient Express is also building a new hotel in Bagan, Burma.
James B. Sherwood
Chairman
Orient-Express Hotels Ltd
Sea Containers House
20 Upper Ground
London SE1 9PF
Fax: 020 7805 5938

ORKIDEEXPRESSEN - NEW

Orkideekpressen is a Norwegian tour company that organises holidays to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

The Chief Executive
ORKIDEEXPRESSEN
Aumliveien 4C,
2500 Tembisa,
Norway



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Peregrine Adventures
Peregrine Adventures is an Australian travel company with an office in London. Peregrine offers 12 day tours of Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Peregrine Tours
First Floor, 8 Clerewater Place,
Lower Way, Thatcham
Berkshire RG19 3RF
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Managing Director
Peregrine Adventures
258 Lonsdale St
Melbourne VIC 3000
Australia
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Petronas
Petronas is a Malaysian state owned oil and gas company. It has several contracts with the regime in Burma to extract and explore for oil and gas in the country.

Tan Sri Datuk Seri Azizan Zainul Abidin
Chairman
Petronas, Tower 1
Petronas Twin Towers
50088 Kuala Lumpa
Malaysia
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Based on our assessment of the spirit of current U.S. government foreign policy, we are completing our total disengagement from the Burmese market. Accordingly, we have severed all relationships with our former franchise bottler, effective January 15, 1997. - Pepsi-Cola

PETROVIETNAM
Wholly owned by the Vietnamese government, PETROVIETNAM (officially known as the Vietnam Oil and Gas Corporation) is responsible for all oil and gas production in that country. In August of 2007, PETROVIETNAM entered into an agreement with the regime’s ‘Myanmar Energy Planning Department’ for the “strategic cooperation in oil and gas”.

The Chief Executive
PETROVIETNAM
22 Ngo Quyen Street
Hoan Kiem District
Hanoi
Vietnam
Phone: 84-4-8252526
Fax: 84-4-8265942



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Web: www.petrovietnam.com.vn



Pettitts

Pettitts is a travel company based in Kent. They offer a 9 day tour of Burma. They are one of the few travel companies to mention that there are ethical problems with visiting Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Steven Pettitt
Managing Director
Pettitts
Bayham House
12-16 Grosvenor Road
Tunbridge Wells
Kent TN1 2AB
Fax: 01892 521500
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PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited (PTTEP)
PTTEP – The PTT Exploration and Production Company, is a Thai company that is largely state owned. PTTEP owns a 25.5 % stake in the Yadana gas field in Burma, and a 19.3% stake in the Yetagun field. PTTEP is also planning to expand its operations in Burma.

Anon Sirisaengtaksin (CEO)
PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited
PTTEP Office Bldg.
555 Vibhavadi-Rangsit Rd.
Chatuchak Bangkok 10900
Thailand
Fax: + 66 2537 4444

PSL Energy Services Ltd.
PSL Energy Services is a UK based oil and gas company which provides services to companies operating in Burma. The gas sector is the regime's chief source of income generating over $2.7 billion in 2006.

Managing Director
PSL Energy Services Ltd.
Badentoy Avenue
Portlethan
Aberdeen AB12 4YB
UK

Purple Dragon
Purple Dragon is a sister company of Thailand based Utopia Tours. It specialises in holidays for gays and lesbians. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Purple Dragon
Door East Ltd.
119/5-10 Suriwong Road
Bangkok 10500
Thailand




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Qantas
Qantas holds a controlling majority 49% stake in Jetstar Asia. Despite stating in 2004 that Qantas and Jetstar Asia would “do the right thing” on Burma and expressing support for the democracy movement’s call for tourists not to holiday in Burma. Jetstar Asia now promotes Burma as a tourist destination. It flies to the country in partnership with regime owned Myanmar Airways International. Burma's democracy leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, and the country's democracy movement asks tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities. Jetstar Asia is based in Singapore and is a partnership between Qantas, who hold the controlling 49% share, Tony Chew, FF Wong and Temasek Holdings.

Managing Director
Qantas
Qantas Centre
Level 9,Building A
203 Coward Street MASCOT,NSW, 2020
Australia
Fax: +61 2 9691 3339


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Ratchaburi Co
Ratchaburi Co. is a leading Thai power company which is involved in the Salween Dam project, in Eastern Burma. The US$ 6 billion project has led to over 300,000 people being forcibly relocated and the militarisation of the surrounding area which has resulted in an increase in reports of torture, extrajudicial killing and other human rights abuses.

Managing Director
Ratchaburi Co
SCB Park Plaza East,Tower 3,Fl. 20th
19 Ratchadapisek Rd, Chatuchak
Bangkok 10900
Thailand

Regent Holidays - NEW
Regent Holidays is a British tour company that organises holidays to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

The Chief Executive
Regent Holidays
Mezzanine Suite
Froomsgate House
Rupert Street Bristol BS1 2QJ
UK
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Road to Mandalay
Road to Mandalay is a travel and export company based in Burma and the UK. In Burma it operates under the name Golden Pagoda Travel. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Gerry Haines
Road to Mandalay
c/o 16 Wynnstay Road
Broughton
Flintshire CH4 0RE
UK

SapuraCrest Petroleum Bhd
SapuraCrest is a leading oil and gas services provider in the Southeast Asia region, with further projects in Australia, the Middle East, and India. The company has been involved in offshore oil and gas drilling in Burma.

 

The Chief Executive
SapuraCrest Petroleum Bhd
7 Jalan Tasik
The Mines Resort City
43300 Seri Kembangan Selangor
Malaysia
Fax: +603 8659 8811

SBM Offshore N.V.
SBM Offshore is a Dutch company formerly known as IHC Caland. It is a management holding company of a group of international companies working as suppliers to the offshore oil and gas industry on a global basis. It owns and operates a Floating Storage and Offloading System in Burma under a long term lease contract with Petronas.

The Chief Executive
SBM Offshore N.V.
PO Box 31
3100 AA Schiedam
The Netherlands
Fax: +31 (0) 10 232 0999

Scansia Sdn Bhd
Scansia Sdn Bhd is a Malaysian company. Scansia Myanmar manufactures garden furniture in a plant in Rangoon. All its timber is purchased from the regime owned company Myanmar Timber Enterprise (MTE). Scansia also give 20 percent of the profits from their Burmese operations to the regime.

Mr Arve Verleite
Scansia Sdn Bhd
98 Lorong Semartak 4
Taman semarak
0900 Kulim Kedah Darul Aman
Malaysia

Schenker AG
Schenker is a German logistics company with an office in Rangoon, through which it facilitates the export of Burmese goods. Schenker also has offices in several UK ports.

The President
Schenker AG
Corporate Communications
Alfredstrasse 81
45130 Essen
Germany
Fax: + 49 201 8781 8495
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Schlumberger Oilfield Services
Schlumberger is a technology company, which operates all over the world. Schlumberger Oilfield Services operates offshore gas rigs in Burma. It also operates oil rigs in UK waters in the North Sea.

Managing Director
Schlumberger Oilfield Services
Unit 1, Enterprise Drive
Westhill Industrial Estate,Westhill
Aberdeenshire AB32 6TQ
UK

Schlumberger
Andrew Gould
Schlumberger
153 E. 53rd St.
57th floor
New York NY 10022-4624
USA
Fax: +44 (0)1224 385601
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SGS Societe Generale de Surveillance S.A.
SGS Group, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, is a global leader in the inspection, verification, testing and certification industry. It has over 34,000 employees and a presence in well over 120 countries. This includes Burma where it has a subsidiary – SGS (Myanmar) Ltd which plays a key role in the facilitation of Burma’s international trading.

Chris Kirk (CEO)
SGS Societe Generale de Surveillance S.A.
1 place des Alpes
P.O. Box 2152
1211 Geneva 1
Switzerland
Fax: + (41 22) 739.98.86
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Shangri-La Hotels
Shangri-La Hotels is a Singaporean hotel company. It operates the Traders hotel in Rangoon. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Mr. Rao Madhu
Shangri-La Hotels
Shangri-La International Hotel Management Ltd
20/F Tower 1, Enterprise Square Five
38 Wang Chiu Road Kowloon Bay
Hong Kong
Fax: + 852 2599 3131

SHELLSEEKERS - NEW
Shellseekers is a British tour company that organises holidays to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

The Chief Executive
SHELLSEEKERS
Harveys, Elliotts Corner,
Hartley Wespall,
Hook, Hampshire, RG27 0BL
UK
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Siam Divers
Siam Divers is a Thailand based tourism company which organises diving safaris and adventures in Thailand and Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

John Williams & Bent Posjepal
Siam Divers
68/14 Soi Katekwan
Mu 2
Kata Beach Phuket 83100
Thailand

Sichuan Machinery Equipment Import Export Co.
Sochuan Machinery is a Chinese company that is involved with a hydroelectricity project in Burma that has been associated with human rights abuses. Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

The Chief Executive
Sichuan Machinery Equipment Import Export Co.
Tongfuxiang
Xiyulongst.
Chengdu Sichuan
China
Fax: + 8628-6743535 +8628-6743571
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Siemens
Siemens are a German engineering and technology company operating all over the world. Siemens are supplying gas turbines to Total for a new platform in the Yadana gas field.

Chairman
Siemens
Wittelsbacher Platz 2
D-80333 Munchen
Germany
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Silver Wave Energy
Silver Wave Energy is Singapore registered but also has links to Russia and India. It has invested in Onshore Block B-2 and Offshore block A-7 in Burma. It reportedly has close links with the Burmese regime and works in partnership with British Virgin Island registered, Sputnik Petroleum. The gas sector is the regime's chief source of income generating over $2.7 billion in 2006.

Managing Director
Silver Wave Energy
714 Traders Hotel
Yangon
Union of Myanmar

SilverBird Travel
Silverbird Travel is a London based travel company that operates tours to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
SilverBird Travel
Northfields Prospect
Putney Bridge Road
London SW18 1PE
UK
Fax: +44 (0)20 8875 1874
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Sinohydro Corporation
In June 2006, Sinohydro (formerly known as China National Water Resources and Hydropower Engineering Corporation) signed a deal with EGAT (see above) and the Burmese military junta to construct a US $1 billion dam at Hat Gyi, in Karen state. Forced relocations have been recorded in Karen state. Sinohydro - China’s largest dam constructor – has been previously criticized by the Chinese government over “safety or environmental pollution accidents”.

The Chief Executive
Sinohydro Corporation
No. 22 West Road Che Gongzhuang
Hai Dian Distric
Beijing 100044
China
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Sompo Japan
Sompo Japan is one of the three largest non-life Japanese insurers. The company admits to operating a “Liason office” in Burma to “provide insurance information to customers”. Sompo Japan has offices across the world, including in the UK. Evidence indicates the company has applied to form a joint venture with regime owned Myanma Insurance. Insurance and reinsurance is vital to the Burmese regime, find out more in our report Insuring Repression.

Hirosho Hirano
Sompo Japan
26 1
Nishi-Shinjuku 1-chome
Shinjuku-ku Tokyo 160-8338
Japan

SpiceRoads - NEW
Spiceroads is a Thailand based tour company that organises cycle tours of Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

The Chief Executive
SpiceRoads
14/1-B Soi Promsi 2,
Sukhumvit 39,
Klongtan Nua, Wattana, Bangkok, THAILAND 10110
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Sputnik Petroleum - NEW
Sputnik Petroleum is based in the British Virgin Islands, it works in the oil and gas industry in Burma in partnership with Silverwave energy. The oil and gas sectors are the regime's chief source of income, generating it billions of dollars in revenue every year.

The Chief Executive
Sputnik Petroleum
Craigmur Chambers
Road Town
Tortola
British Virgin Islands
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Sri Asia Tourism
Sri Asia Tourism service is a Burmese travel company offering holidays to Burma through offices in the UK and Australia. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Sri Asia Tourism
1A Gregory Place
Kensington
London W8 4NG
UK
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Steppes Travel
Steppes Travel is a UK travel company offering holidays to Burma. They continue to operate tours to the country despite Nicholas A G Laing of Steppes Travel admitting to the Burma Campaign UK that: “Myanmar is a highly controversial subject which I have yet to fathom.” Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Nick Laing
Steppes Travel
51 Castle Street
Cirencester
GL7 1QD UK
UK
Fax: +44 (0)1285 885888
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Studiosus - NEW
Studiosus is a German tour company that organises holidays to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

The Chief Executive
Studiosus
Studiosus Reisen München GmbH
Postfach 50 06 09
80976 München
Germany

Sumitomo Corporation
Sumitomo Corporation is a Japanese conglomerate with extensive financial interests in the UK. Sumitomo is in a joint venture with Myanmar General and Maintenance Industries (MGMI) producing steel. MGMI is owned and controlled by the military regime.

Motoyuki Oka
Sumitomo Corporation
1 8 11
Harumi
Chuo-ku Tokyo 104-8610
Japan

Sumitomo Corporation Europe Plc
Mr Takaaki Shibata
Sumitomo Corporation Europe Plc
Vinters' Place
68 Upper Thames Street
London EC4V 3BJ
UK
Tel: + 81-3-5512-3411

Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group
SMFG was established in 2002 as a holding company for the Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC). SMBC came into existence the preceding year through the merger of the Sakura Bank and the Sumitomo Bank. SMBC operates a representative office in Yangon and, through the services it provides, serves to facilitate trade and financial transactions in Burma.

The Chief Executive
Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group
Investor Relations Department
1-2 Yurakucho 1-chome
Chiyoda-ku Tokyo 100-0006
Japan

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Europe Limited
UK

The Chief Executive
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Europe Limited
99 Queen Victoria Street
London
EC4V 4EH
Fax: +44 (0)20 7236 0049

SUN Group Enterprises Pvt Ltd
The Sun Group is an Indian investment group that has interests in the offshore M-8 block in Burma. The gas sector is the regime's chief source of income generating over $2.7 billion in 2006.

Managing Director
SUN Group Enterprises Pvt Ltd
8th Floor
Meridien Commercial Tower
Raisina Road New Delhi 110001
India

SUN Group
The Chief Executive
SUN Group
1 Knightsbridge
2nd Floor
London SW1X 7LX

Sun Wood Industries
Sun Wood Industries is a Thailand timber exporter which sources teak from Burma. Timber exports are an important source of income for the regime.

Managing Director
Sun Wood Industries
32/2 Moo 5 Ratchakarm Bang Sai
Ayutthaya
13290
Thailand
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Sutech Engineering Co. Ltd
Bangkok-based Sutech Engineering Company is primarily involved in the construction and running of processing mills. In Burma it is engaged in the production and processing of sugar in conjunction with the state run Myanmar Sugarcane Enterprise and Myanmar Economic Corporation (MEC).

The Chief Executive
Sutech Engineering Co. Ltd
17th Floor Sinn Sathorm Tower
77/64 Krungthonburi Klongsarn
Bangkok 10600
Thailand
Fax: +66 (0) 2440-0208
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Suzuki GB PLC
Suzuki’s main business is the manufacture of cars and motorbikes. In 1998 Suzuki invested $6.9 million to set up a joint venture with Myanmar Automobile & Diesel Engine Industries (MADI). MADI is controlled by the military regime. Suzuki owns 60% of the business, MADI 30% with the remaining 10% split between two Burmese companies with close government links.

Managing Director
Suzuki GB PLC
Steinbeck Crescent
Snelshall West,Milton Keynes
Bucks MK4 4AE
United Kingdom

Suzuki Head Office
Osamu Suzuki
Suzuki Head Office
300 Takatsuka
Hamamatsu
Japan

Swift
Swift is a financial services co-operative company owned and controlled by many of the world’s largest banks, including Citibank, HSBC and ABN Amro. Swift hosts an electronic network that banks use to make transfers to each other. Following the imposition of financial sanctions by the United States government in August 2003 the regime faced a crisis, unable to use dollars in financial transactions. Swift came to their aid, making four Burmese banks part of its network. The regime is now able to avoid US financial sanctions by making financial transfers in Euros using Swift’s network.

Jaap Kamp
Swift
C/O ABN AMRO Bank N.V.
Head Office
Gustav Mahlerlaan 10 1082 PP Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Managing Director
Swift
7th floor, The Corn Exchange
55 Mark Lane
London EC3R 7NE
UK
Fax:+ 44(0)20 7762 2222

Leonard H Schrank
Swift
Avenue Ad_le 1
B-1310 La Hulpe
Belgium



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Taiga Consultants Ltd
Taiga Consultant Ltd is a Canadian geological consulting firm. Taiga has an office in Burma and works closely with the regime exploring for base and precious metals.

Managing Director
Taiga Consultants Ltd
No 4
1922 - 9th Avenue SE
Calgary Alberta T2G 0V2
Canada
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Taisei
The Taisei Corporation is a Tokyo headquartered transnational construction and civil engineering corporation. With employees numbering nearly 10,000 and a history of involvement in over 50 countries worldwide, the corporation maintains a branch in Yangon. Their involvement there has included a leading role in the upgrade of Yangon International Airport alongside the Myanmar Construction Ministry, as well as office renovations for leading banks.

The Chief Executive
Taisei
1-25-1
Nishi-Shinjuku
Shinjuku-ku Tokyo
163-0606, Japan
Fax: +81 3 3345 0481

Target Insurance Brokers
Target is a Singaporean broker which works in the Lloyd’s, Australian and European markets. It also provides insurance brokerage services for companies in Burma. Insurance and reinsurance is vital to the Burmese regime, find out more in our report Insuring Repression.

The Chief Executive
Target Insurance Brokers
80 Marine Parade
#10-01 Parkway Parade
449269
Singapore
Fax: +65 6447 1806

Tennyson Travel
Tennyson Travel is a UK travel company that trades under the name Visit Vietnam. As well as tours to Vietnam it also operates tours to Burma, which it advertises in national newspapers. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities. Tennyson Travel also trades as Visit Asia.

Hung Nguyen
Tennyson Travel
30-32 Fulham High Street
London
SW6 3LQ
UK
Fax: +44 (0)20 7736 5672
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The China Hydropower Engineering Group Co. (CHECC) - NEW
According to Earthrights International The China Hydropower Engineering Group is involved in the construction of dams in Burma. Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

The Chief Executive
The China Hydropower Engineering Group Co. (CHECC)
Kunming Hydroelectric Investigation
Design and Research Institute (KHIDI), Mid-South Design and Research Institute (MSDI),
Contact No. 2 Beixiaojie Liupukang Dewai Beijing 100011
China
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Tokio Marine Global Ltd
Tokio Marine describes itself as Japan’s largest and longest established non-life insurance company. The company’s recently acquired Lloyd’s subsidiary, Kiln, has provided insurance to a regime owned airline. Tokio Marine company also maintains a representative office in Burma. Insurance and reinsurance is vital to the Burmese regime, find out more in our report Insuring Repression.

The Chief Executive
Tokio Marine Global Ltd
2 Minster Court
London
EC3R 7BB
UK
Fax: +44 (0)20 7397 4040
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Tokio Marine Nichido Building Shinkan

The Chief Executive
Tokio Marine Nichido Building Shinkan
1-2-1 Marunouchi
Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 100-0005
Japan

Total
Total is in a joint venture with the military regime developing an offshore gas field in the Andaman sea. The gas is exported to Thailand through a pipeline that travels 65 kilometres through Burma. Total is one of the biggest foreign investors in Burma. Gas exports are the regime’s largest source of income.

Christophe de Margerie
Total
2 Place de la Coupole
La Defense 6
92400 Courbevoie
France

Total Holdings UK Limited
Managing Director
Total Holdings UK Limited
33 Cavendish Square
London
W1G 0PW
UK
Fax: +44 (0)20 7416 4497

Toyota
Toyota is the world's biggest car manufacturer. One of Toyota's subsidiaries, Toyota Tsusho, is in Business with Suzuki and Myanmar Automobile & Diesel Engine Industries (MADI). MADI is controlled by the military regime. Vehicles from this joint venture are used by the Burmese military.

Graham Smith
Toyota
Toyota Motor Europe NV/SA
Avenue Du Bourget 60
Borgetlaan 60 B-1140 Brussels
Belgium

Toyota
Mr Kiyoshi Tojo
Toyota
Toyota Motor Corporation - Europe Division
Toyota City,1 Toyota-Cho
Toyota,Aichi 471-8571
Japan.

Toyota (GB) PLC
The Chief Executive
Toyota (GB) PLC
PO Box 814
Portsmouth
PO6 9AY

Trans Indus Ltd
Trans Indus is a British holiday company that operates tours to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Trans Indus Ltd
75 St Mary's Road
Ealing
London W5 5RH
UK

Travel World Media
Travel World Media owns Elephantguide.com. Elephantguide.com is an online travel guide which includes a section facilitating tourism to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many

Managing Director
Travel World Media
Court Lodge
Avening
Tetbury Gloucestershire, GL8NY
UK
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TUI - NEW
TUI is the biggest tour company in Europe with a tunrover of €21.9 billion in 2007. In the UK they operate under the Thomson brand and First Choice brands. The company sells tours to Burma through its 75% owned Chinese subsidary and you can purchase TUI holidays to Burma from its German website. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

The Chief Executive
TUI
TUI AG
Karl-Wiechert-Allee 4
30625 Hannover
Germany

TUI UK Limited
The Chief Executive
TUI UK limited -
Tui travel house
Crawley business quarter
Fleming way Crawley
West Sussex,
RH10 9QL
UK

Twinza Oil, Danford Equities Corporation
Danford Equities Corporation is an Australian oil company owned by Twinza Oil. It signed a production sharing and exploration contract with state-owned Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise in November 2006. It covers the Yetagun East Block. Twinza Oil’s CEO, Bill Clough, boasts of the company's "close relationship" with the regime. Gas exports are the regime’s largest source of income.

Managing Director
Twinza Oil, Danford Equities Corporation
Head Office & Principal Registered Office
Level 6,251 St Georges Terrace
Perth Western Australia 6000
Australia



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Ultimate Travel Company
Worldwide Journeys is part of The Ultimate Travel Company. It offers tours to Burma. No mention is made of the military dictatorship. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Nick Van Gruisen
Ultimate Travel Company
27 Vanston Place
London
SW6 1AZ
UK
Fax: +44 (0)20 7828 4856
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UMW HOLDINGS BHD - NEW
UMW Holdings is a Malaysian "conglomerate that develops industries, manages partnerships and facilitates growth" A number of the companies divisions appear to be active in Burma including Heavy machinery and the oil and gas division.

The Chief Executive
UMW HOLDINGS BHD
Jalan Utas 15/7,
40915 Shah Alam,
Selangor Malaysia.
Malaysia
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Undiscovered Destinations Ltd
Undiscovered Destinations is a UK based specialist tour operator which runs four different tour trips to Burma, from 4 days beach holidays to 18 day cultural tours. Aung San Suu Kyi and the Burmese democracy movement have asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy.

Managing Director
Undiscovered Destinations Ltd
Saville Exchange
Howard Street,North Shields
Tyne and Wear NE30 1SE
UK

United Overseas Bank Ltd.
The United Overseas Bank was founded in 1935 and is today a leading bank in Singapore and a dominant player in Asia-Pacific. As of 31 December 2005, the UOB Group had total assets of S$145.1 billion and shareholders' equity of S$14.9 billion. UOB has a global network of branches, offices and subsidiaries, one such office being in Burma. UOB also has diversified interests and through its subsidiary United Overseas Land the group operates the Park Royal Yangon hotel.

The Chief Executive
United Overseas Bank Ltd.
80 Raffles Place
UOB Plaza
48624
Singapore

United Overseas Bank Ltd.
Ho Chai Seng, General Manager
United Overseas Bank Ltd.
19 Great Winchester Street
London
EC2N 2BH
UK

Utopia Tours
Utopia Tours is a travel company based in Thailand which specialises in holidays for gays and lesbians. It advertises tours to Burma in gay and lesbian media in the UK. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

Managing Director
Utopia Tours
Door East Ltd.
119/5-10 Suriwong Road
Bangkok 10500
Thailand
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W

Democratically elected leader and Nobel Peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi has made it clear that tourism only further prolongs Burma's military dictatorship. World Spirit supports her invocation: 'not to travel to Burma...yet...'. - World Spirit Travel

WENDY WU TOURS - NEW
Wendy Wu Tours is an Australian tour company that organises holidays to Burma. Aung San Suu Kyi has asked tourists not to visit Burma because it helps fund the regime and gives it legitimacy. Forced and child labour was used to develop many tourist facilities.

The Chief Executive
WENDY WU TOURS
Level 9, 275 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Australia
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Yunnan Joint Power Development Company
Yunnan Joint Power is a Chinese company that is involved with a hydroelectricity project in Burma that has been associated with human rights abuses. Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

The Chief Executive
Yunnan Joint Power Development Company
No address avaialble

Yunnan Machinery Equipment Import & Export Co. (YMEC) - NEW
According to Earthrights International Yunnan Machinery Equipment Import & Export is involved in the construction of dams in Burma. Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

The Chief Executive
Yunnan Machinery Equipment Import & Export Co. (YMEC)
Overseas Project Division
4TH/F., SUB-BUILDING YUNNAN FOREIGN TRADE BLDG.,
175 BEIJING RD., KUNMING,
China
+ 86 871 3181567
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Yunnan Power Grid Co. - NEW
According to Earthrights International Yunnan Power Grid Co. is involved in the construction of dams in Burma. Dam projects in Burma have been associated with forced relocations, extrajudicial killings, forced labour, death by labour and torture.

The Chief Executive
Yunnan Power Grid Co.
49 Tuodonglu
Kunming
Yunnan 650011
China
+86 871 3012222



Z

Zarubezhneft
JSC Zarubezhneft is a Russian oil and gas company. In September 2006 it signed a production sharing contract for oil and gas exploration with the regime.

Nikolay Tokarev
Zarubezhneft
Building 1
9/1/1 Armiansky pereulok
Moscow 101990
Russian Federation

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