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Burma Online Genealogy Records Genealogy At the moment the Wiki has issues with the Upload File/Image function. Click here to ask for edit permissions in the wiki. This is a familyalogy link to Myanmar (formerly Burma) on-line database to help you research your background. The on-line library has hypertext access to on-line data bases and indices that may contain natal, marital, death, biographical, cemetery, census, story, immigrant, real estate, army, newspaper, obituary or inheritance information.

Ancestry. com, findmypast.com and MyHeritage.com can be browsed free of cost at your nearest Historical Centre or Library of Salt Lake City, Utah. Births, baptisms or baptisms of UK nationals born overseas 1818-2005, index and pictures. BN Overseas 1818-2005, Index und Bilder, BN B nd, Dover seas 1818-2005, Index und Bilder, Brit.

Burma: Opportunities for business and investment in emerging Myanmar - Balbir B. Bhasin

Dr Balbir B. Bhasin est le Ross Pendergraft Endowed Professor of International Business an der University of Arkansas-Fort Smith. Mr. H. has a Master of International Management (MIM) from the Thunderbird School of Global Management in Arizona and a Doctorate in International Business from the University of South Australia in Adelaide.

A multicultural and multi-lingual national, he has worked and worked in Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and Africa.

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14 May 2012 - EU suspensions - The Council today adopted a Council regulation making the lifting of EU sanctions against Burma/Myanmar fully effective, together with a Council ruling of 26 April. Mayary India Ltd (YANGon Branch) - (f.k. a.) Mayar (H. K.) Ltd. 37, Rm (703/4), Level (7), Alanpya Pagoda Rd, La Pyayt Wun Plaza, Dagon, Yangon, - Burma/Myanmar - Learn more:

Renewal and reinforcement of restrictions on Burma/Myanmar. Prohibition of certain EU products, Commission Regulation (EC) No 481/2007 in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJ L111, 28.4.2007, p. 50) of 28 April 2007, the Commission of the European Communities has modified the cf. Annex III to Council Regulation (EC) No 817/2006.

For general information on EU sanctions against Myanmar. Mayary India Ltd (YANGon Branch) - (f.k. a.) Mayar (H. K.) Ltd. 37, Rm (703/4), Level (7), Alanpya Pagoda Rd, La Pyayt Wun Plaza, Dagon, Yangon, - Burma/Myanmar - Learn more: Among other things, Council Regulation (EC) No 194/2008 extended the application of the prohibition on investments to companies in certain extracting mineral extraction sectors.

The US is trying to ensure a week-long UN HRC meeting on Burma and the serious violation of the Burmese army junta's people. Mr President, the Burmese issue is serious, both from a civil and political point of view. It will remain clear about the regime's abuses of international law and order.

On a number of previous calls for the immediate freeing of Aung San Suu Kyi and all Burmese detainees, we will remain strongly supportive of the Burmese government. The Norwegians join the EU in adopting a EU commonly held stance on the adoption of strict sanctions against Burma, and the government is encouraging Norwegians citizens and trading organizations not to deal with, investment in or visit Burma.

In order to guarantee a more co-ordinated and decisive response to the Burma question, we are conducting a strong dialog with the other Scandinavian states, the EU and the ASIA. On 1 May 2012, the Council decided to lift the sanctions against Myanmar (Burma), with the exception of the arms and repressive embargoes. In 2000, des mesures coercitives contre le Myanmar ont été adoptées par décret.

The regulation on measures against Myanmar was adopted in view of the human rights violations in that country. The Ordinance on Measures against Myanmar provides for the following measures : In 2000, by ordinance, coercitive measures against Myanmar were adopted. The regulation on measures against Myanmar was adopted in view of the human rights violations in that country. 09 January 2012 - Australia deletes Myanmar's sanction schedule - SYDNEY-Australia will delete some people from its Myanmar sanction schedule, a step that Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd said on Monday mirrors advances towards democratization in the South East Asia people.

Currently, Canberra is applying specific fines and travelling limits to nominees in Myanmar. Tourist officers, former minister and vice minister who have abandoned the policy are now canceled. Since 24 October 2007, Australia has imposed specific independent penalties on members of the Myanmar regimes and their staff and supports.

The penalties currently include: 24 April 2012 - Foreign Minister John Baird today said Canada will lift some of the harshest penalties against Burma in the history of the United States. Canadians have followed carefully Burma's development over the past year, many of which Baird learned first-hand during his March of this year.

As is justifiable, Canada will keep the Burmese economy under review and make further changes to its policy. But if the Burmese crisis worsens, Canada is prepared to reinstate sanction. 23 July 2011 - Canada opens a relationship with Burma, penalties go further - TORONTO - Canada has started a strategy with Myanmar that involves an ambassador swap, but Ottawa has no intention of lifting any of the foreign minister John Baird's monetary sanction against the nation at any time, said on Saturday.

Said he addressed the matter at a rendezvous with Myanmar's Secretary of State in Bali and called on the Indonesian authorities to let tens of thousands politically detained people out of prison. In 2007, Canada issued financial penalties against Myanmar, also known as Burma, for its total violation of fundamental freedoms.

Burma had been holding polls at the end of last year and after half a hundred years of official reign of the army handed over official control to a civil state. "Underlining the importance that the Canadian authorities and Canadians attach to Aung San Suu Kyi's capacity to be on the move in the countryside, I stressed the continuing worries about her own personal and public safety," Baird said.

The special economic measures arrangements (SOR/2007-285) entered into effect on 13 December 2007 to address the seriousness of the Burmese crisis. Burma's despicable record on respect for mankind and respect for mankind is particularly damaging, as the government's action not only suppresses its own population, but also has significant trans-national destabilising consequences, threatening regional stability and safety and undermining liberty, democratisation, human rights as well as the constitutional state.

Prohibition of all goods from Canada to Burma, with the exception of exports of human goods; prohibition of all goods from Burma to Canada; freezing of property of all nominee citizens of Burma associated with the State of Burma; prohibition of new investments in Burma by Canadians and businesses;

Prohibitions on the supply of Canada's electronic banking products to and from Burma; prohibitions on the exports of specifications to Burma; prohibitions on vessels or aeroplanes recorded in Canada from arriving or departing in Burma; prohibitions on vessels or aeroplanes recorded in Burma from arriving or departing in Canada and travelling through Canada.

Canadians have also taken certain policies in relation to Burma. Canada's Burma politics. Under the Special Economic Measure (Burma) Authorisation Order (SOR/2007-286) issued in accordance with Subpart 4(4) of the Special Economic Measure Act, the Special Economic Measure (Burma) Authorisation Order (SOR/2007-286) authorises the Minister of Foreign Affairs to authorise a foreign national to conduct a particular business or operation or type of business or operation outside Canada that is limited or forbidden by the regulations.

Information on how Canadians can help counter Cyclone Nargis in Burma can be found under Exceptions and Cylon Aid. Burma Responsible Investments Reporting Requirements have been finally approved by the Office of Management and Budget and have entered into force. Initial filings in reaction to the reporting requirements for US individuals with a total Burmese capital expenditure in excess of $500,000 are due July 1, 2013.

U.S. personnel are obliged to provide reports on a number of guidelines and practices regarding their investment in Burma, which include those relating to the protection of the environment, the fight against corrosion, agreements with safety services companies, the evaluation and reduction of risks and impacts, payment to the U.S. Treasury, any investment with the Myanma Oil and Natural gas Enterprises (MOGE), and contacts with non-governmental and non-governmental organizations, as well as information on their investment in Burma, such as their employment practices, labour laws, labour laws, and practices, land laws, consultation with the fellowship and interest groups, as well as on the environment, anti-corruption, agreements with safety services, disaster prevention and countermeasures, and any investment in Myanma Oil and Natural gas E.

Foreign Ministry will use the information gathered as a foundation for well-founded consultation with US corporations to support and motivate them to establish sound strategies and practices to tackle a variety of implications arising from their Burmese assets and activities. Our intention is also to enable civic life to play an proactive part in the surveillance of Burma's capital spending and to work with business to foster large-scale developments and strengthen the process of policy and macroeconomic reforms.

United States support the Burma government's current reforms and believe that the involvement of US companies in the country's economies can be a good example of good governance for investments and activities that encourage further transformation, promote integrated local economies and contribute to the well-being of the country's population. For more information, see General License No. 17 of the Ministry of Finance, which approves new investments in Burma, and the report obligations.

Such an immediate end is in line with the government's measured policy of strengthening and promoting further reforms while maintaining Burma's commitment to respect and protect inequality. The Burmese civilian-led government has taken important moves since 2011 towards significant reforms in society, politics and the economy that show significant advances in the areas highlighted in the 1996 proclamation.

The end of the 6925 presidential proclamation will ease an enhanced commitment between the United States and Burma. Eligibility requirements under the Immigration and Naturalization Act (INA), the Tom Lantos Block Burmese JADE (Junta's Anti-Democratic Efforts) Act of 2008 and executive order 13619 of July 11, 2012 are notwithstanding.

The Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) released a definitive regulation in the Federal Register that amends and reissues Burma's sanctions regulations, 31 C.F.R. Part 537 (the Regulations) in their totality, to enforce a number of implementing decrees that the President enacted to change the coverage of the country's emergencies as stated in the 13047 Arr. order of 22 May 1997 and to take further action.

It also incorporates some general licences previously published only on the Burmese site of the SAAC website and removes certain general licences and license policies as no longer applicable. Update Frequently Asked Questions on Burma Penalties - The Ministry of Finance has published updates to the FAQ on Burma Penalties.

This person has been added to OFAC's SDN list: OO, Kyaw Nyunt; DOB June 30, 1959; Lieutenant Colonel; Staff Officer (Grade 1), D.D.I. (individual)[BURMA]. LIMITED ASIA METAL COMPANY, No. 106 Pan Pe Khaung Maung Khtet Road, Industrial Zone (4), Shwe Pyi Thar Township, Yangon, Burma; No. (40) Yangon-Mandalay Road, Kywe Sekan, Pyay Gyi Tagon Township, Mandalay, Burma; No.

Paung Laung (24) Street, Ext, Warden ( (2), Nay Pyi Taw, Pyinmana, Burma; website http://www.amcsteel. com; e-mail address asiametal@myanmar.com. mm[BURMA]. Lot No. (142), U Ta Yuoat Gyi Street, Industrial Zone No. (4), Yangon, Burma [BURMA], Mt. Hurgh.

Dagon International Limited, Burma; c/o Dagon Timber Limited, Burma; women's wear around 1953; Burmese citizenship (individual)[BURMA][JADE]. AUNG, Win (a.k.a. AUNG, Dagon Win; a. k.a. AUNG, U Win); 1953 women's wear; Burmese citizenship (individual)[BURMA] (Linked To: DAGON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED; Left To: DAGON TIMBER LIMITED).

Dagón INTERNATIONAL LIMITED (a.k.a. DAGON INTERNATIONAL ; a. k.a. DAGON INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY), Dagon Centre, 6e étage, 262-264 Pyay Road, Myayingone, canton de Sanchaung, Yangon, Birmanie[BURMA][JADE]. DAGON INTERNATIONAL LIMITED (a.k.a. DAGON INTERNATIONAL ; a. k.a. DAGON INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY), Dagon Centre, 6e étage, 262-264 Pyay Road, Myayingone, canton de Sanchaung, Yangon, Birmanie[BURMA].

ASPACE AVENIR EXECUTIVE SERVICED APARTMENT (a.k.a. ESPACE AVENIR), No. 523, Pyay Road, Kamaryut Township, Yangon, Burma[BURMA][JADE]. to ESPACE AVENIR EXECUTIVE SERVICED APARTMENT (a.k.a. ESPACE AVENIR), No. 523, Pyay Road, Kamaryut Township, Yangon, Burma[BURMA]. 101 Cecil Street, 08-08 Tong Eng Building, Singapore 069533, Singapore; 3 Shenton Way, 10-01 Shenton House, Singapore 068805, Singapore[BURMA][JADE].

101 Cecil Street, 08-08 Tong Eng Building, Singapore 069533, Singapore; 3 Shenton Way, 10-01 Shenton House, Singapore 068805, Singapore[BURMA]. 101 Cecil Street, 08-08 Tong Eng Building, Singapore 069533, Singapore[BURMA][JADE]. 101 Cecil Street, 08-08 Tong Eng Building, Singapore 069533, Singapore[BURMA]. 101 Cecil Street, 08-08 Tong Eng Building, Singapore 069533, Singapore[BURMA][JADE].

101 Cecil Street, 08-08 Tong Eng Building, Singapore 069533, Singapore[BURMA]. 1 Scotts Road, 21-07/08 Shaw House, Singapore 228208, Singapore[BURMA][JADE]. 1 Scotts Road, 21-07/08 Shaw House, Singapore 228208, Singapore[BURMA]. 1 Scotts Road, 21-07 Shaw House, Singapore 228208, Singapore; 3 Shenton Way, 10-01 Shenton House, Singapore 068805, Singapore[BURMA][JADE].

1 Scotts Road, 21-07 Shaw House, Singapore 228208, Singapore; 3 Shenton Way, 10-01 Shenton House, Singapore 068805, Singapore[BURMA]. 101 Cecil Street, 08-08 Tong Eng Building, Singapore 069533, Singapore[BURMA][JADE]. 101 Cecil Street, 08-08 Tong Eng Building, Singapore 069533, Singapore[BURMA]. 3 Shenton Way, 10-01 Shenton House, Singapore 068805, Singapore[BURMA][JADE].

3 Shenton Way, 10-01 Shenton House, Singapore 068805, Singapore[BURMA]. 3 Shenton Way, 10-01 Shenton House, Singapore 068805, Singapore[BURMA][JADE]. 3 Shenton Way, 10-01 Shenton House, Singapore 068805, Singapore[BURMA]. 3 Shenton Way, 10-01, Shenton House, Singapore 068805, Singapore; 101 Cecil Street, 08-08 Tong Eng Building, Singapore 069533, Singapore; China; Unit 2612A, Kuntai International Center, No. 12 Chaowai Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100020, China[BURMA][JADE].

3 Shenton Way, 10-01, Shenton House, Singapore 068805, Singapore; 101 Cecil Street, 08-08 Tong Eng Building, Singapore 069533, Singapore; China; Unit 2612A, Kuntai International Center, No. 12 Chaowai Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100020, China[BURMA]. MYANMAR ( "MAX") CONSTRUCTION CO., LTD, 1 Ywama Bow, Bayint Naung Road, Ward (2), Hlaing Township, Yangon, Burma[BURMA][JADE].

to MAX (MYANMAR) CONSTRUCTION CO., LTD, 1 Ywama curve, Bayint Naung Road, Ward (2), Hlaing Township, Yangon, Burma[BURMA]. MYANMAR GEMSTONES & JEWELLERY CO. LTD. 1 Ywama Circuit, Bayint Naung Road, Ward (2), Hlaing Township, Yangon, Burma[BURMA][JADE]. to MAX MYANMAR GEMS AND JEWELLERY CO., LTD. 1 Ywama Circuit, Bayint Naung Road, Ward (2), Hlaing Township, Yangon, Burma[BURMA].

myanmar group of compromises (a.k.a. max myanmar; a. k.a. - max myanmar co.; a. k.a. - max myanmar company limited; a. k.a. - max myanmar group), no. 1 ywama bend, ba yint naung road, ward (2), hlaing township, yangon, burma[burgma][jade]. max myanmar group of businesses (a.k.a. MAX Myanmar; a. k.a. MAX Myanmar Co.; a. k.a. MAX Myanmar Company Limited; a. k.a. MAX Myanmar Group), No. 1 Ywama River Current, Ba Yint Naung Road, Ward (2), Hlaing Township, Yangon, Burma[BURMA].

MAXIMUM MYANMAR MANUFACTURING CO., LTD. 1 Ywama Circuit, Bayint Naung Road, Ward (2), Hlaing Township, Yangon, Burma[BURMA][JADE]. to MAX MYANMAR MANUFACTURING CO., LTD. 1 Ywama Circuit, Bayint Naung Road, Ward (2), Hlaing Township, Yangon, Burma[BURMA]. MYANMAR SERVICES CO., LTD. 1 Ywama Circuit, Bayint Naung Road, Ward (2), Hlaing Township, Yangon, Burma[BURMA][JADE].

to MAX MYANMAR SERVICES CO., LTD. 1 Ywama Circuit, Bayint Naung Road, Ward (2), Hlaing Township, Yangon, Burma[BURMA]. MAXIMUM MYANMAR TRADING CO., LTD. 1 Ywama Circuit, Bayint Naung Road, Ward (2), Hlaing Township, Yangon, Burma[BURMA][JADE]. to MAX MYANMAR TRADING CO., LTD. 1 Ywama Circuit, Bayint Naung Road, Ward (2), Hlaing Township, Yangon, Burma[BURMA].

MAXIMUM SINGAPORE INTERNATIONAL PTE. 3 Shenton Way, #24-02, Shenton House 068805, Singapore[BURMA][JADE]. to MAX SINGAPORE INTERNATIONAL PTE. 3 Shenton Way, #24-02, Shenton House 068805, Singapore[BURMA]. The ROYAL KUMUDRA HOTEL, No. 9 Hotel Zone, Nay Pyi Taw, Burma; No. 1 Ywama Kurve, Ba Yint Naung Road, Block (2), Hlaing Township, Rangoon, Burma[BURMA][JADE].

to ROYAL KUMUDRA HOTEL, No. 9 Hotel Zone, Nay Pyi Taw, Burma; No. 1 Ywama Kurve, Ba Yint Naung Road, Block (2), Hlaing Township, Rangoon, Burma[BURMA]. 3 Shenton Way, 10-01 Shenton House, Singapore 068805, Singapore[BURMA][JADE]. 3 Shenton Way, 10-01 Shenton House, Singapore 068805, Singapore[BURMA].

ZAW, Zaw (a.k.a. ZAW, U Zaw), c/o Hotel Max, Burma; c/o Max Myanmar Group of Companies, Burma; c/o Max Singapore International Pte., Burma; women's wear 22 Oct 1966; Burmese citizens; Burmese citizens; Pass 828461 (Burma) issue on May 18, 2006 will expire on May 17, 2009 (individually)[BURMA][JADE]. ZAW, Zaw (a.k.a. ZAW, U Zaw); women's wear 22 Oct 1966; citizens of Burma; Burmese citizens; pass 828461 (Burma) awarded on May 18, 2006 ends on May 17, 2009 (individual)[BURMA] (Linked To:

myanmar group of businesses; Connected to: MAXIMUM SINGAPORE INTERNATIONAL PTE. Today, in view of the expiry of Burma's Freedom and Democracy Act (BFDA) on July 28, the president passed an Executive Order repealing the 13310 regulations that introduced the comprehensive BFDA prohibition on importing Burmese produce.

President Obama fully endorsed the end of the wider import embargo on Burma and is taking this move to further our policies of fostering good governance and reforms that directly benefit the benefit of the country's population. Lifting the comprehensive import embargo on items other than jadeit and jewels and jewelry containing them is the next stage in the government's continuing effort to encourage good governance and investments in supporting Burma's reforms.

Due to persistent concern, also with regard to labour and HR in certain industries, this regulation reintroduces the bans and limitations on imports into the United States of Jade and ruby that have been quarried or exported from Burma and pieces of jewellery that contain them, initially enacted by the Tom Lantos Block Burmese JADE (Junta's Anti-Democratic Efforts) Act of 2008, which changed the BFDA.

Today's proclamation further expands US involvement in Burma, which includes enhanced possibilities for foreign investments and commerce, aid to enhance the ability of the administration and the population to foster economic and social change, and fundamental backing for policy reforms and domestic reconstruction. The Americans will remain at the side of the Burmese authorities and the Burmese population as they pursue their process of democratization and work to deliver on the full promises of their exceptional state.

a yeyarwady bank (a.k.a. a yeyarwaddy bank ltd; a. k.a. IRRAwaddy bank), bloc (111-112), asint myint zay, zabu tiri township, nay pyi taw, burma; no. Hlaing Township, Yangon, Burma; SWIFT/BIC AYAB MM MY[BURMA]. Today, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) granted a general licence to approve further US business activities in Burma.

The Myanma Commercial Bank, Myanma Development Bank, Myanma Investment and Commercial Bank, Asia Green Development Bank und Ayeyarwady Bank. Today's general licence will support the relaxation of US trade restrictions against Burma in July 2012, which approves new investments by US personnel in Burma and promotes further US trade engagement in Burma. {Single}[SDGT]. COLELONEL[DRCONGO].

womenswear 1965 (single)[NPWMD]. KIM, Kwang-Il, Beijing, China; Korean citizenship, North (individual)[NPWMD]. PAEK, Chang-Ho (a.k.a. PAEK, Ch'ang-Ho; a. k.a. PAK, Chang-Ho); women's wear June 18, 1964; POB Kaesong, DVRK; passport 381420754 from December 07, 2011 to December 07, 2016 (individual)[NPWMD]. RA, Kyong-Su, Beijing, China (individual)[NPWMD]. RUNIGA, Jean-Marie Rugerero (aka RUNIGA, Jean-Marie Lugerero); women's wear September 17, 1966; POB Democratic Republic of Congo (single)[DRCONGO].

THEIN, U Kyaw, 503 Sembawang Road, #02-29 757707, Singapore; c/o Air Bagan Holdings Pte., indeterminate; women's wear 25 Oct 1947; citizens of Burma; citizens of Burma; National ID No. S2733659J (Singapore) exhibited on 07 Jul 2005; Singapore Residence (individual)[BURMA]. Burma's leaders and authorities, Aung San Suu Kyi included, have voiced a wish to relax the embargo on imports in order to further develop their country's integration into the world economic system.

President Thein Sein's administration has freed several hundred detainees, lifted the demands for censure on the media before they were published and adopted a labour code allowing the creation of trade-units. It has also adopted a new foreign investment act and is seeking to join the industry's transparency initiative.

The United States is granting an exemption and a general licence to facilitate the prohibition of Burmese Freedom and Democracy Act of 2003 (BFDA) Section 3(a), which was enforced by EC Order 13310 of July 28, 2003.

This exemption and licence does not prejudice the current bans and limitations on imports of jadeit and jewels quarried or extracting from Burma and jewels containing them under the Tom Lantos Block Burmese JADE (Junta's Anti-Democratic Efforts) Act of 2008, which modified the BFDA, since there are doubts about some areas of Burma-business.

cWe are determined to work with the Myanmar administration to resolve these misgivings. US administration is following and backing Burma's advances in protest and the key agencies on which our penalties are based are still in place. We are determined to support constructive Burma policy and economical changes, and we call on the Myanmar administration to pursue this process by taking action to foster socio-economic developments, enhance governance openness and accountability, safeguard people' s freedoms and foster intergovernmental harmony throughout the state.

Ltd. after fines imposed on Pavo in 2008. 10 Anson Road, #23-16 International Plaza, Singapore 079903, Singapore[BURMA]. 3 Raffles Place, #06-01 Bharat Building, Singapore 048617, Singapore; 10 Anson Road, #23-16 International Plaza, Singapore 079903, Singapore[BURMA]. asian green development bank (a.k.a. agd Bank), 168iri yatanar shopping complex, zabu tiri township, nay pyi taw, burma; 73/75 school pagoda road, pabedan township, yangon, burma; swift/bic adb mm my[burma].

No. 74 Lan Thit Road, Insein Township, Rangoon, Burma; Taungngu (Tungoo) Branch, Karen State, Burma[BURMA]. Golden OCEAN PTE LTD, 101 Cecil Street #08-08, Tong Eng Building, Singapore 069533, Singapore; 1 Scotts Road, #21-07/08 Shaw Centre, Singapore 228208, Singapore[BURMA]. 1 Scotts Road, #21/07-08 Shaw Centre, Singapore, 228208, Singapore; 101 Cecil Street #08-08, Tong Eng Building, Singapore, 069533, Singapore[BURMA].

61/62 Bahosi Development, Wadan Street, Lanmadaw Township, Rangoon, Burma; No. 74 Lan Thit Street, Insein Township, Rangoon, Burma[BURMA]. Burma's leaders and authorities, Aung San Suu Kyi included, have voiced a wish to relax the embargo on imports in order to further develop their country's integration into the world economic system.

President Thein Sein's administration has freed several hundred detainees, lifted the demands for censure on the media before they were published and adopted a labour code allowing the creation of trade-units. It has also adopted a new foreign investment act and is seeking to join the industry's transparency initiative.

The United States is granting an exemption and a general licence to facilitate the prohibition of Burmese Freedom and Democracy Act of 2003 (BFDA) Section 3(a), which was enforced by EC Order 13310 of July 28, 2003.

This exemption and licence does not prejudice the current bans and limitations on imports of jadeit and jewels quarried or extracting from Burma and jewels containing them under the Tom Lantos Block Burmese JADE (Junta's Anti-Democratic Efforts) Act of 2008, which modified the BFDA, since there are doubts about some areas of Burma-business.

cWe are determined to work with the Myanmar administration to resolve these misgivings. US administration is following and backing Burma's advances in protest and the key agencies on which our penalties are based are still in place. We are determined to support constructive Burma policy and economical changes, and we call on the Myanmar administration to pursue this process by taking action to foster socio-economic developments, enhance governance openness and accountability, safeguard people' s freedoms and foster intergovernmental harmony throughout the state.

Ltd. after fines imposed on Pavo in 2008. asian green development bank (a.k.a. agd Bank), 168iri yatanar shopping complex, zabu tiri township, nay pyi taw, burma; 73/75 school pagoda road, pabedan township, yangon, burma; swift/bic adb mm my[burma]. 10 Anson Road, #23-16 International Plaza, Singapore 079903, Singapore[BURMA].

No. 74 Lan Thit Road, Insein Township, Rangoon, Burma; Taungngu (Tungoo) Branch, Karen State, Burma[BURMA]. Golden OCEAN PTE LTD, 101 Cecil Street #08-08, Tong Eng Building, Singapore 069533, Singapore; 1 Scotts Road, #21-07/08 Shaw Centre, Singapore 228208, Singapore[BURMA]. 1 Scotts Road, #21/07-08 Shaw Centre, Singapore, 228208, Singapore; 101 Cecil Street #08-08, Tong Eng Building, Singapore, 069533, Singapore[BURMA].

The GREEN LUCK TRADING COMPANY No. 61/62 Bahosi Development, Wadan Street, Lanmadaw Township, Rangoon, Burma; No. 74 Lan Thit Street, Insein Township, Rangoon, Burma. 3 Raffles Place, #06-01 Bharat Building, Singapore 048617, Singapore; 10 Anson Road, #23-16 International Plaza, Singapore 079903, Singapore[BURMA].

3 Shenton Way, 10-01, Shenton House, Signapore 068805, Singapore; 101 Cecil Street, 08-08 Tong Eng Building, Singapore 069533, Singapore[BURMA][JADE]. 3 Shenton Way, 10-01, Shenton House, Singapore 068805, Singapore; 101 Cecil Street, 08-08 Tong Eng Building, Singapore 069533, Singapore; China; Unit 2612A, Kuntai International Center, No. 12 Chaowai Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100020, China[BURMA][JADE].

Baldacchino, Adrian, Fiorella, Triq Tumas Fenech, Qormi, Malta; women's wear 01 Jan 1974; citizens of Malta; National ID No. 326074M (Malta) (individual)[NPWMD]. BEIN, Thein; women's wear 20 Apr 1945; POB Pathein, Irrawaddy Division; Burmese citizens; Burmese citizens; Adjutant General; First Secretary, State Peace and Development Council (individual)[BURMA]. MANN, Shwe (a.k.a. MANN, Thura Shwe); women's dress 11 Jul 1947; Burmese citizenship; Burmese citizenship; Joint Chief of Staff; member, State Peace and Development Council (individual)[BURMA].

MANN, Thura Shwe (a.k.a. MANN, Shwe); women's dress 11 Jul 1947; Burmese citizenship; Burmese citizenship; Joint Chief of Staff; member, State Peace and Development Council (individual)[BURMA]. OFAC granted General License No. 16 on July 11, 2012, which permits the export or re-export of securities to Burma, directly or through a US entity, either directly or through a US entity, wherever that entity is situated, with certain restrictions.

On July 11, 2012, OFAC also granted General License No. 17, which allows new investments in Burma by U.S. personnel under certain restrictions and conditions. Acquisitions approved by General License No. 16 comprise the operations previously approved by General License No. 14-C of April 17, 2012 for the approval of certain financing operations in favor of certain human, nonprofit, religious and other nonprofit operations in Burma and General License No. 15 of May 9, 2008 for the approval of non-commercial individual transfers to Burma.

Until July 11, 2012, no number had been allocated to the Executive Order mentioned in General License 16 and General License 17; this Executive Order has since been numbered and is Executive Order 13619 of July 11, 2012, ```Blocking Property of Persons Threatening the Peace, Security, or Stability of Burma (77 FR 41243, July 13, 2012).

In May, President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton said the United States would relax certain fiscal and capital spending restrictions against Burma in reaction to the historical reform that took place in that year. Today, the US government made these changes to enable the first new US investments in Burma in almost 15 years and to largely approve the export of finance to Burma.

United States support the Burma government's current reforms and believe that U.S. companies' involvement in the country's economies will serve as a blueprint for good governance and entrepreneurship and will foster further transformation, foster the country's prosperity and prosperity.

We have and will remain calling on the Government of Burma to pursue its reforms and we look to the Government of Burma to take action to promote socio-economic developments and protect the fundamental freedoms of all its peoples, in particular those of politics and citizens. The President has also adopted today a new regulation allowing the US administration to impose sanctions on persons or organizations that pose a threat to Burma's international community's international community, such as those who are undermining or obstructing the Burma country's international policy reforms or minority communities' international relations, those who have been guilty of violations of human rights in Burma, and those who are involved in certain trafficking in weapons to North Korea.

Individuals or corporations carrying out such activity would be stripped of the US Treasury through measures taken by the Treasury Department. SAAC has granted General License No. 16 (GL 16), which allows the export of US finance to Burma with certain restrictions. Nor does GL 16 permit the export of securities to persons frozen under Burma's sanction programme.

However, bank transfer to or from a bankccount frozen under Burma's Sanction Programme is permitted if the bankaccount is not kept in the accounts of a US bank. As GL 16 approved operations comprise operations previously approved under other general licences (such as financing operations to assist human, worship and other charitable activity in Burma and non-commercial face-to-face wire transfer to Burma), GL 16 replaces and replaces General Licence No. 14-C and General Licence No. 15.

According to a presidential mission, the Foreign Minister has renounced the 1997 Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs Appropriations Act's prohibition on new US investments in Burma. In accordance with this disclaimer, OFAC has granted General License No. 17 (GL 17), which allows new investments in Burma, under certain restrictions and conditions.

GL17 will not approve new investments based on an arrangement or the exercising of any right under such an arrangement with the Ministry of Defense, governmental or non-governmental organizations (including the military) or institutions held by the aforementioned persons or persons who have been obstructed under the Myanmar Sanction Programme.

Every US individual (both natural and legal persons) who makes new investments in Burma under GL 17 and whose total investments exceed USD 500,000 must submit to the State Department the information outlined in the Department of State's report on responsible investments in Burma. Several elements of these new disclosure obligations will be applicable to Burmese institutional investor with a total capital expenditure in excess of $500,000.

The most important information to be reported by the company includes information on guidelines and practices related to HR, labor laws, the environment, land acquisition, agreements with safety services and over $10,000 in Burma's governmental agencies, up to and including government-owned corporations, annually. It aims to increase openness and empower civic societies to join forces with our businesses to invest responsibly.

Above mentioned obligations to report are valid for every new investments, regardless of their legal status. Furthermore, natural or legal persons who make new investments based on an arrangement or the exercising of such an arrangement concluded with Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprises (MOGE) must inform the State Department within 60 workdays.

With the signature of this regulation, the President of the United States Government has provided the United States with extra instruments to address the threat to Burma's international community for the sake of the country's peaceful, secure and stable situation and to promote further reforms in Burma. This Regulation provides for a new power to apply block penalties to individuals established by the Minister of Finance in agreement with or on the advice of the Secretary of State:

Have committed activities that directly or implicitly endanger Burma's freedom, safety or instability, such as those that undermine or hinder the Burmese civic reforms or peacemaking processes with Burmese minority groups; be accountable or accessory to the ordering, control or other governance of the violations of Burma's people; or have been involved in such activities;

have directly or implicitly been importing, exporting, re-exporting, selling or supplying weapons or related material from North Korea or the Government of North Korea to Burma or the Government of Burma; to be a high-ranking officer of a body that participated in the aforementioned actions; to have provided material assistance to any of the aforementioned actions or to a persons whose possessions and interests are obstructed under the Order; or to be in possession of or under the control of such a persons or to have done so for them.

DAIRECTORATE OF DEFENCE INDUSTRIES (a.k.a. KA PA SA; a. k.a. "DDI"), Burma; Ministry of Defense, Shwedagon Pagoda Road, Yangon, Burma[BURMA]. Innawa Bank LTD (alias INNWA BANK), 554-556 Ecke Merchant Street und 35% Street, Kyauktada Township, Yangon, Birmanie ; SWIFT/BIC AVAB MM MM M1[BURMA]. State Secretary Clinton on 17 May 2012 said the US was "suspending" the current finance and capital spending restrictions against Burma (Myanmar).

The modalities for suspending the current sanction regime and the Burmese sanction regulations (31 CFR) are still to be worked out. SAAC is likely to grant a general licence that will change the U.S. government's Business Social Security (BSRs) to allow U.S. businesses to sign agreements on the "economic performance of Burma's resources" and other investments.

The general licence will also authorise banks and other entities to render investment banking to Burma. Minister Clinton announced today that US businesses operating in Burma are supposed to take certain steps towards CSR and that US businesses are not obliged to "conduct due-diligence to avoid issues, involving violations of international humanitarian law.... to establish a complaint procedure that will be available to needy community members of staff; to show due consideration for the natural world; to be a good company citizen; and to foster fair, socially responsible and socially responsible growth.

" High-ranking government officers today reminisced US businesses about the widespread bribery in Burma. The Office of Foreign Assets Control granted General License No. 14-C under Burma's Sanctions Code, 31 CFR Part 537, on April 17, 2012, which authorizes certain financing operations in favor of human, nonprofit and nonprofit organizations in Burma.

The General License No. 14-C permits the export and re-export of certain nonprofit organizations' products and related products to Burma, including: The President of Burma on 20 May 1997 passed Executive Order 13047, which certified to Congress under section 570(b) of the Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 1997 (Public Law 104-208) that after 30 September 1996 the Burmese government was massively repressing Burma's democracy, citing the ban on new investments in Burma in this section by U.S. people.

President also proclaimed a nationwide contingency to counter the threats to the U.S. government's domestic and international securities and diplomacy through the Burmese government's action and politics, citing, among other things, the jurisdiction of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, 50 U.S.C. 1701-1706. Since the Burmese government's acts and policy remain an uncommon and exceptional menace to the United States' domestic securities and external relations agenda, the country's level of emergencies proclaimed on 20 May 1997 and the steps taken to address this state of emergencies in Regulations 13047 of 20 May 1997, 13310 of 28 July 2003, 13348 of 18 October 2007 and 13464 of 30 April 2008 must remain in force beyond 20 May 2011.

In accordance with Section 202(d) of the U.S.C. 1622 (d) of the U.S.C. Act, I therefore continue the Burma nationwide distress situation for one year. Bans operations with new investments in Myanmar/Burma; bans operations that involve the movement of money or the rendering of finance from or by U.S. people.

If a listed failing to fulfil its commitments under anti-drugs treaties and treaties, the President notes that the failing countries are proven to be Bolivia, Burma and Venezuela. Any such nomination may result in penalties. 25 July 2011 - President Obama has just ratified a decree providing for penalties against major trans-national crime organisations (TCOs).

It also empowers the US Treasury Department, in agreement with the Ministries of Justice and the State, to recognize for penalties any natural or legal persons determination to have provided physical, sponsorship or financing, physical or technical assistance to a persons whose properties and proprietary interests are obstructed in accordance with this Regulation.

At the signature of today's regulation, the President sanctioned the following organisations: 22 February 2013 - The FATF is not yet convinced that Myanmar has made adequate headway in its Blueprint for Change with the FATF. Burma has AML/CFT policy shortcomings and has not made enough headway in correcting the shortcomings or made no commitment to an FATF-led corrective actions programme.

FATF encourages its members to consider the risk posed by the shortcomings associated with Myanmar. FATF urges Myanmar to finalise the delivery of the Blueprints swiftly and within the deadlines suggested. In the context of the on-going monitoring of adherence to AML/CFT norms, the FATF has found that these countries (Myanmar) have a number of policy AML/CFT shortcomings for which it has drawn up an FATF-directive.

22 June 2012 - The FATF is not yet convinced that the following judiciary (Myanmar) has made adequate headway in its Blueprint for Change with the FATF. In the context of the current monitoring of adherence to the AML/CFT standard, the FATF has found that this case law (Myanmar) is not making adequate headway.

In the context of the on-going monitoring of adherence to AML/CFT norms, the FATF has found that these countries (Myanmar) have a number of policy AML/CFT shortcomings for which it has drawn up an FATF-directive. In the context of the on-going monitoring of adherence to AML/CFT norms, the FATF has found that these countries (Myanmar) have a number of policy AML/CFT shortcomings for which it has drawn up an FATF-directive.

In the context of the on-going monitoring of adherence to AML/CFT norms, the FATF has found that these countries (Myanmar) have a number of policy AML/CFT shortcomings for which it has drawn up an FATF-directive. In the context of the on-going monitoring of adherence to AML/CFT norms, the FATF has found that these countries (Myanmar) have a number of policy AML/CFT shortcomings for which it has drawn up an FATF-directive.

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