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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Rights groups claim that absense of secrecy clause in contracts for Total and Chevron mean their dealings with the Burmese junta can go public
The first report from the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative is due for release in 2016. Burma’s oil and natural gas, mining, hydro-power and forestry industries will all come under scrutiny by[…]
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.