EXPOSING THE BUSINESS networks FUelling bRUTALITY AND corruption
We regularly publish deeply-researched investigations that expose the military’s business interests, based on verifiable, open-source data and leaks. When it is safe to do so, we publish leaked documents within our features, for maximum transparency.
The Cartel Finance Map is part of some of our features. It is a data visualisation tool we developed to expose businesses funnelling cash and arms to the Myanmar military.
Japan financed railway projects in Myanmar are proceeding with the illegal junta, an investigation has revealed. The projects have continued despite the military’s illegal control over Myanma Railways and use of trains to move troops, arms and other supplies, showing serious human rights due diligence failures by Japan and the corporations involved.
Dr Ohnmar May Tin Hlaing, wife of junta energy minister Myo Myint Oo, is profiting from fossil fuel companies through her environmental consultancy firm in a clear conflict of interest.
Three Adani Group companies pursued business with the Myanmar military junta and Myanmar Economic Corporation (MEC), according to an examination of leaked documents, company disclosures and social media posts.
Businesses owned by the family of deceased crony Thein Tun and their partners Heineken, Carlsberg and ThaiBev are paying huge sums in tax to the illegal junta for their drink businesses.
Two European engineering firms earned millions advising the brutal Myanmar military junta on the construction of socially and environmentally destructive dam projects.
Indian export records seen by Justice For Myanmar confirm that the Indian state-owned arms company Yantra India Ltd shipped multiple 122mm barrels to the Myanmar military on October 27, 2022.
Some of the world’s biggest oilfield services companies have been helping the flow of gas – and revenues vital to the junta – to continue.
Our new report, Developing a Dictatorship, details over 60 foreign governments, intergovernmental organisations, foreign financial institutions and other international organisations providing support for the military junta.
NASDAQ-listed Israeli surveillance-for-hire corporation Cognyte Software Limited won a tender for the provision of lawful interception equipment to Myanmar in 2020 for MPT, in possible breach of international and Israeli law.
Thai police found the title of a luxury condo belonging to Aung Pyae Sone and bank passbooks belonging to Khin Thiri Thet Mon, the children of junta head Min Aung Hlaing, during the drug raid on Myanmar crony arms dealer Tun Min Latt.
JFM calls for an immediate ban on the export of jet fuel to Myanmar and targeted sanctions against the individuals and entities involved in the military’s jet fuel supply chain.
Innwa Bank records released by Distributed Denial of Secrets reveal transactions with major international banks, despite sanctions.