IN-DEPTH RESEARCH INTO THE VAST BUSINESS EMPIRE FUNDING BRUTALITY AND GENOCIDE
Our research sheds light on transactions and relationships the military would prefer stay hidden
We examine the trends, investments and legal ties of the military's various business assets as described in public and private documents and news reporting across a number of languages. Much of the evidence of the military's conflict of interest and wrongdoing are out in the open, seeking only to have curious and thoughtful researchers connect the dots in a cohesive way.
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Major US online retailers are continuing to sell jewellery with rubies and jade sourced from Myanmar, imported by Indian publicly listed company Vaibhav Global Limited.
Myanmar consumers and shop owners have turned their backs on the military controlled mobile network Mytel.
Engineer's business is aided by European and US companies.
Singapore Exchange has international law obligations for listed companies doing business with the Myanmar military.
Australia based company Barrett Communications has been selling radio communications equipment to the Myanmar military.
In July 2021, BEL exported a weapon station to Myanmar, which can aid ongoing atrocity crimes.
Justice For Myanmar urges targeted sanctions against the entire Htoo network in order to prevent financial and arms support for the illegal Myanmar junta.
Ukraine arms transfers are continuing, even after the Myanmar military has committed atrocity crimes following its illegitimate coup attempt.
Brunei’s state business ties with the Myanmar junta and its cronies is a further sign of the unsuitability of the ASEAN Special Envoy on Myanmar.
Intelsat must now act and put verifiable controls in place to prevent military use of Myanmarsat-2.
Updated research shows nineteen international banks invest over US$65 billion in companies linked to the Myanmar military junta and its atrocities.
We are busy working to identify complicit businesses and pressure them to reconsider their relationship with the Myanmar military. For example:
Most implicated sectors, according to the UN Fact Finding Mission Report
- Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing
- Finance & Insurance
- Food & Beverage
- Media & Tech
- Real Estate & Construction
- Beverages & Tobacco
- Tourism & Leisure
- Trade & Transportation
Largest implicated foreign companies based on public revenue data:
- NORINCO (People's Republic of China) (62 billion USD)
- Posco Steel Co. Ltd (Republic of Korea) (60 billion USD)
- Kirin Holdings (Japan) (15.3 billion USD)
- Adani Group (India) (13 billion USD)
- Sumitomo Mitsui Financial (Japan) (15.3 billion USD)
- Japan Credit Bureau (Japan) (2.8 billion USD)