At its best, the EITI could temper irresponsible partners and federal misuse of funds. It could also add legitimacy to a windfall of investments in places and economies that many think are unprepared for rapid change.
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Burma’s Ministry of Home Affairs has opened tender applications to upgrade Burmese passports to contain biometric information. A senior official has been quoted in reports as saying that the move[…]
Deposed Religious Affairs Minister Hsan Hsint appeared in court on Thursday to face a hearing for his forthcoming trial following charges for misappropriation of state funds.
Corporate secrecy is endemic in Burma’s oil and gas sector, according to a new survey by London-based NGO Global Witness. The group surveyed all of the 47 companies awarded oil[…]
Burmese Minister for Environmental Conservation and Forestry Win Tun received Robert Cekuta, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the US State Department, on Wednesday morning when the pair discussed the development[…]
The controversial China-backed Shwe Gas project sets a bad example for future investments in Burma’s extractive industries and should be suspended pending genuine regulatory reforms, a new report said on Monday.