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Yangon :: Myanmar | 1 year ago

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Phanu Suthirat, executive vice president of PTT, also assured that from April 14, Yadana gas field will resume its operations and Myanmar's gas supply of 1,100 million cubic feet per day would resume from the day onwards...As PTT was notified of the

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Oslo :: Norway | over 3 years ago

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Report condemns Norway fund's Burma investments Chiang Mai (Mizzima) Norway's government has been accused of being complicit in land confiscation, forced labour, killings, and upholding a repressive military regime in Burma by way of its sovereign

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Brussels :: Belgium | over 3 years ago

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France's President Nicholas Sarkozy had considered withdrawing French companies from activity in Burma before he was reined in by advisors, leaked US diplomatic cables claim...Stapleton, described the French leader as forward-leaning in his policies

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London :: United Kingdom | over 3 years ago

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Coy companies Other Western workers say dealing with the junta became more difficult when they moved their capital city from Rangoon to Nay Pyi Taw, a new town carved out of the countryside in 2006. "It's an administrative town, built on paddy fields,

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Yangon :: Myanmar | almost 4 years ago

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Bangkok – A new international campaign aims to encourage oil and gas giants Total and Chevron to reveal the extent of payments they have made to the Myanmar government over the past 18 years. New oil and gas pipelines are slated to come online in the

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Rayong :: Thailand | 4 years ago

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Thailand Business News Update , Stock Market , SET Index , Invesment Information and more.

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Burmā :: Jordan | over 4 years ago

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China�s growing dependence on military-ruled Burma to meet its energy demands is poised to take concrete form when, according to activists, work commences in the coming months on the construction of oil and gas pipelines. The 980-kilometre journey of

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