Adani Group’s deepening complicity with the Myanmar junta

Three Adani Group companies pursued business with the Myanmar military junta and Myanmar Economic Corporation.

Port of Complicity: Adani in Myanmar

Adani Ports is building a container port in Yangon, Myanmar in an agreement with a military conglomerate that makes it complicit in atrocity crimes.

Press Releases

ACIJ, JFM and Stop Adani urge Adani Group to responsibly divest from their military-linked businesses in Myanmar

The Australian Centre for International Justice, JFM and Stop Adani condemn Adani Ports & Special Economic Zone Limited for its continued development of the Ahlone International Port Terminal 2, which provides a revenue stream and a lucrative future asset for the Australian, Canadian, EU, UK and US sanctioned military conglomerate, Myanmar Economic Corporation.

Australian and Myanmar groups welcome Adani Ports’ withdrawal from Myanmar and renew calls to shelve Carmichael coal project

The Australian Centre for International Justice, Justice For Myanmar and Stop Adani cautiously welcome Adani Ports’ plans to divest from their Myanmar container port business, which is a testament to grassroots campaigns for corporate accountability in Myanmar and Australia, and the work of the UN Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar (FFM).

Joint Media Release: US Treasury requested to deny a licence to permit Adani Ports’ business with sanctioned Myanmar military company

The Australian Centre for International Justice (ACIJ) and Justice For Myanmar have written to the US Treasury this week to urge that Adani Ports’ request for a general licence is denied, given the company’s continuing commercial ties with MEC.

Adani Ports removed from Dow Jones Sustainability Index

S&P Dow Jones has announced that it will remove Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (Adani Ports) from its Sustainability Index in response to calls for its review from human rights and environmental groups.

Joint Media Release: Adani Ports misleads shareholders in statement that fails to disclose Myanmar military ties, NSE and BSE must take regulatory action

In response to the March 30 Port of Complicity: Adani Ports in Myanmar report into Adani Ports’ business with the Myanmar military, the company has issued a factually misleading statement that omitted its links to military-controlled conglomerate Myanmar Economic Corporation (MEC).

Joint Media Release: Pressure builds on Adani Ports investors as new report reveals Adani Ports paid tens of millions to Myanmar military company. Human rights groups call on Adani Ports’ investors to divest

A new report by the Australian Centre for International Justice (ACIJ) and Justice For Myanmar (JFM) exposes shocking new links between Adani Ports, and the Myanmar military owned company Myanmar Economic Corporation (MEC).

Coal and coup: Dow Jones Sustainability Index urged to urgently review Adani Ports status

Joint press release: Just months after Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (Adani Ports) debuted on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), environment and human rights groups representing millions of people from the USA, Europe, Myanmar and Australia, have formally made the case that the company should have its inclusion on the index reviewed immediately.