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Myanmar: Chevron, Total Suspend Some Payments to Junta

By Human Rights Watch
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Click to expand Image In this file photo, the logo of French oil giant Total SA is pictured at company headquarters in La Defense business district, outside Paris. © AP Photo/Michel Euler, File (New York) – Governments and energy companies should follow up a recent decision by Chevron and Total SA to suspend payments from a gas pipeline project in Myanmar with additional steps to cut off funding to the country’s military junta, Human Rights Watch said today. While the May 26, 2021 announcement reflects a shift in corporate dealings with the junta that seized power on February 1 and has…


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