29.4.2006   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 116/77


COUNCIL COMMON POSITION 2006/318/CFSP

of 27 April 2006

renewing restrictive measures against Burma/Myanmar

THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION,

Having regard to the Treaty on European Union, and in particular Article 15 thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

On 26 April 2004, the Council adopted Common Position 2004/423/CFSP renewing restrictive measures against Burma/Myanmar (1). These measures replaced the measures imposed by Common Position 2003/297/CFSP (2), which had replaced the restrictive measures initially adopted in 1996 (3).

(2)

On 25 April 2005, the Council adopted Common Position 2005/340/CFSP extending restrictive measures against Burma/Myanmar (4). These measures expire on 25 April 2006.

(3)

In view of the current political situation in Burma/Myanmar, as witnessed by:

the failure of the military authorities to enter into substantive discussions with the democratic movement concerning a process leading to national reconciliation, respect for human rights and democracy,

the failure to allow a genuine and open National Convention,

the continuing detention of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, other members of the National League for Democracy (NLD) and other political detainees,

the continued harassment of the NLD and other organised political movements,

the continuing serious violations of human rights, including the failure to take action to eradicate the use of forced labour in accordance with the recommendations of the International Labour Organisation's High-Level Team report of 2001 and recommendations and proposals of subsequent ILO Missions; and

recent developments such as increasing restrictions on the operation of international organisations and non-governmental organisations,

the Council considers it fully justified to maintain the restrictive measures against the military regime in Burma/Myanmar, those who benefit most from its misrule, and those who actively frustrate the process of national reconciliation, respect for human rights and democracy.

(4)

Accordingly the scope of the visa ban and assets freeze should be maintained to include members of the military regime, the military and security forces, the military regime's economic interests and other individuals, groups, undertakings or entities associated with the military regime who formulate, implement or benefit from policies that impede Burma/Myanmar's transition to democracy, and their families and associates.

(5)

The scope of these measures should also continue to include a prohibition on making financial loans or credits available to, and on acquiring or extending a participation in, Burmese state-owned enterprises.

(6)

The Council considers that, although certain measures imposed by this Common Position are directed at persons associated with the Burmese/Myanmar regime and members of their families, children under 18 should not, in principle, be targeted.

(7)

The implementation of the ban on high level visits at the level of Political Director and above should be maintained without prejudice to cases where the European Union decides that the visit is directly in pursuit of national reconciliation, respect for human rights and democracy in Burma/Myanmar.

(8)

In the event of a substantial improvement in the overall political situation in Burma/Myanmar, the suspension of these restrictive measures and a gradual resumption of cooperation with Burma/Myanmar will be considered, after the Council has assessed developments.

(9)

Action by the Community is needed in order to implement certain measures,

HAS ADOPTED THIS COMMON POSITION:

Article 1

1.   The sale, supply, transfer or export of arms and related materiel of all types, including weapons and ammunition, military vehicles and equipment, paramilitary equipment and spare parts for the aforementioned, as well as equipment which might be used for internal repression, to Burma/Myanmar by nationals of Member States or from the territories of Member States or using their flag vessels or aircraft shall be prohibited whether originating or not in their territories.

2.   It shall be prohibited:

(a)

to provide technical assistance, brokering services and other services related to military activities and to the provision, manufacture, maintenance and use of arms and related materiel of all types, including weapons and ammunition, military vehicles and equipment, paramilitary equipment, and spare parts for the aforementioned, as well as equipment which might be used for internal repression, directly or indirectly to any natural or legal person, entity or body in, or for use in Burma/Myanmar;

(b)

to provide financing or financial assistance related to military activities, including in particular grants, loans and export credit insurance for any sale, supply, transfer or export of arms and related materiel, as well as equipment which might be used for internal repression, or for the provision of related technical assistance, brokering and other services directly or indirectly to any person, entity or body in, or for use in Burma/Myanmar;

(c)

to participate, knowingly and intentionally, in activities the object or effect of which is to circumvent the prohibitions referred to in points (a) or (b).

Article 2

1.   Article 1 shall not apply to:

(a)

the sale, supply, transfer or export of non-lethal military equipment, or of equipment which might be used for internal repression, intended solely for humanitarian or protective use, or for institution-building programmes of the UN, the EU and the Community, or of materiel intended for EU and UN crisis management operations;

(b)

the sale, supply, transfer or export of demining equipment and materiel for use in demining operations;

(c)

the provision of financing and financial assistance related to such equipment or to such programmes and operations;

(d)

the provision of technical assistance related to such equipment or to such programmes and operations,

on condition that such exports have been approved in advance by the relevant competent authority.

2.   Article 1 shall not apply to protective clothing, including flak jackets and military helmets, temporarily exported to Burma/Myanmar by UN personnel, personnel of the EU, the Community or its Member States, representatives of the media and humanitarian and development workers and associated personnel for their personal use only.

Article 3

Non-humanitarian aid or development programmes shall be suspended. Exceptions shall be made for projects and programmes in support of:

(a)

human rights, democracy, good governance, conflict prevention and building the capacity of civil society;

(b)

health and education, poverty alleviation and in particular the provision of basic needs and livelihoods for the poorest and most vulnerable populations;

(c)

environmental protection and, in particular, programmes addressing the problem of non-sustainable, excessive logging resulting in deforestation.

The projects and programmes should be implemented through UN agencies, non-governmental organisations, and through decentralised cooperation with local civilian administrations. In this context, the European Union will continue to engage with the government of Burma over its responsibility to make greater efforts to attain the UN Millennium Development Goals.

Projects and programmes should, as far as possible, be defined, monitored, run and evaluated in consultation with civil society and all democratic groups, including the National League for Democracy.

Article 4

1.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to prevent the entry into, or transit through, their territories of:

(a)

senior members of the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC), Burmese authorities in the tourism sector, senior members of the military, the Government or the security forces who formulate, implement or benefit from policies that impede Burma/Myanmar's transition to democracy, and members of their families, being the natural persons listed in Annex I;

(b)

serving members of the Burmese military of the rank of Brigadier-General and above and members of their families, being the natural persons listed in Annex I.

2.   Paragraph 1 will not oblige a Member State to refuse its own nationals entry into its territory.

3.   Paragraph 1 shall be without prejudice to cases where a Member State is bound by an obligation of international law, namely:

(a)

as a host country of an international intergovernmental organisation;

(b)

as a host country to an international conference convened by, or under the auspices of, the United Nations; or

(c)

under a multilateral agreement conferring privileges and immunities; or

(d)

under the 1929 Treaty of Conciliation (Lateran pact) concluded by the Holy See (State of the Vatican City) and Italy.

4.   Paragraph 3 shall be considered as applying also in cases where a Member State is host country of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).

5.   The Council shall be duly informed in all cases where a Member State grants an exemption pursuant to paragraphs 3 or 4.

6.   Member States may grant exemptions from the measures imposed in paragraph 1 where travel is justified on the grounds of urgent humanitarian need, or on grounds of attending intergovernmental meetings, including those promoted by the European Union, or hosted by a Member State holding the Chairmanship in office of the OSCE, where a political dialogue is conducted that directly promotes democracy, human rights and the rule of law in Burma/Myanmar.

7.   A Member State wishing to grant exemptions referred to in paragraph 6 shall notify the Council in writing. The exemption will be deemed to be granted unless one or more of the Council Members raises an objection in writing within two working days of receiving notification of the proposed exemption. In the event that one or more of the Council members raise an objection, the Council, acting by qualified majority, may decide to grant the proposed exemption.

8.   In cases where pursuant to paragraphs 3, 4, 6 and 7, a Member State authorises the entry into, or transit through, its territory of persons listed in Annex I, the authorisation shall be limited to the purpose for which it is given and to the persons concerned thereby.

Article 5

1.   All funds and economic resources belonging to, owned, held or controlled by the individual members of the Government of Burma/Myanmar and belonging to, owned, held or controlled by the natural or legal persons, entities or bodies associated with them as listed in Annex I shall be frozen.

2.   No funds or economic resources shall be made available directly or indirectly to or for the benefit of natural or legal persons, entities or bodies listed in Annex I.

3.   The competent authority may authorise the release of certain frozen funds or economic resources or the making available of certain funds or economic resources, under such conditions as it deems appropriate, after having determined that the funds or economic resources concerned are:

(a)

necessary to satisfy the basic needs of persons listed in Annex I and their dependent family members, including payments for foodstuffs, rent or mortgage, medicines and medical treatment, taxes, insurance premiums, and public utility charges;

(b)

intended exclusively for payment of reasonable professional fees and reimbursement of incurred expenses associated with the provision of legal services;

(c)

intended exclusively for payment of fees or service charges for routine holding or maintenance of frozen funds or economic resources;

(d)

necessary for extraordinary expenses, provided that the competent authority has notified the grounds on which it considers that a specific authorisation should be granted, to the other competent authorities and the Commission at least two weeks prior to the authorisation.

The competent authority shall inform the competent authorities of the other Member States and the Commission of any authorisation granted under this Article.

4.   Paragraph 2 shall not apply to the addition to frozen accounts of:

(a)

interest or other earnings on those accounts; or

(b)

payments due under contracts, agreements or obligations that were concluded or arose prior to the date on which those accounts became subject to restrictive measures,

provided that any such interest, other earnings and payments continue to be subject to paragraph 1.

5.   The following shall be prohibited:

(a)

the granting of any financial loan or credit to Burmese state-owned enterprises as listed in Annex II, or the acquisition of bonds, certificates of deposit, warrants or debentures, issued by these enterprises;

(b)

the acquisition or extension of a participation in Burmese state-owned enterprises as listed in Annex II, including the acquisition in full of such enterprises and the acquisition of shares and securities of a participating nature.

6.   The provisions of paragraph 5(a) shall be without prejudice to the execution of an obligation arising from contracts or agreements concluded before 25 October 2004.

7.   The prohibition in paragraph 5(b) shall not prevent the extension of a participation in Burmese state-owned enterprises as listed in Annex II, if such extension is compulsory under an agreement concluded with the Burmese State-owned enterprise concerned before 25 October 2004.

Article 6

High -level bilateral governmental (Ministers and Officials at the level of Political Director and above) visits to Burma/Myanmar shall remain suspended. The Council may, in exceptional circumstances, decide to grant exceptions to this rule.

Article 7

Member States shall not permit the attachment of military personnel to the diplomatic representations of Burma/Myanmar in Member States. All military personnel attached to diplomatic representations of the Member States in Burma/Myanmar shall remain withdrawn.

Article 8

The Council, acting upon a proposal by a Member State or the Commission, shall adopt modifications to the list set out in Annex I as required.

Article 9

This Common Position shall be kept under constant review. It shall be renewed, or amended as appropriate, in particular as regards the Burmese state-owned enterprises listed in Annex II, if the Council deems that its objectives have not been met.

Article 10

This Common Position shall take effect on the date of its adoption.

It shall apply for a 12-month period as from 30 April 2006.

Article 11

This Common Position shall be published in the Official Journal of the European Union.

Done at Luxembourg, 27 April 2006.

For the Council

The President

U. PLASSNIK


(1)  OJ L 125, 28.4.2004, p. 61. Common Position as last amended by Common Position 2005/340/CFSP (OJ L 108, 29.4.2005, p. 88).

(2)  OJ L 106, 29.4.2003, p. 36. Common Position as last amended by Council Decision 2003/907/CFSP (OJ L 340, 24.12.2003, p. 81).

(3)  Common Position 96/635/CFSP (OJ L 287, 8.11.1996, p. 1). Common Position as last amended by Common Position 2002/831/CFSP (OJ L 285, 23.10.2002, p. 7).

(4)  OJ L 108, 29.4.2005, p. 88.


ANNEX I

List referred to in Articles 4, 5 and 8

Table Notes:

1.

Aliases or variations in spelling are denoted by ‘a.k.a.’

A.   STATE PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL (SPDC)

 

Name (first name, last name, gender, possible aliases)

Identifying information (function/title, date of birth and place of birth (d.o.b. & p.o.b), passport/ID number, spouse or son/daughter of…)

A1a

Senior General Than Shwe

Chairman, d.o.b. 2.2.1933

A1b

Kyaing Kyaing

Wife of Senior General Than Shwe

A1c

Thandar Shwe

Daughter of Senior General Than Shwe

A1d

Khin Pyone Shwe

Daughter of Senior General Than Shwe

A1e

Aye Aye Thit Shwe

Daughter of Senior General Than Shwe

A1f

Tun Naing Shwe a.k.a. Tun Tun Naing

Son of Senior General Than Shwe

A1g

Khin Thanda

Wife of Tun Naing Shwe

A1h

Kyaing San Shwe

Son of Senior General Than Shwe

A1i

Dr Khin Win Sein

Wife of Kyaing San Shwe

A1j

Thant Zaw Shwe a.k.a. Maung Maung

Son of Senior General Than Shwe

A1k

Dewar Shwe

Daughter of Senior General Than Shwe

A1l

Kyi Kyi Shwe

Daughter of Senior General Than Shwe

A2a

Vice-Senior General Maung Aye

Vice-Chairman, d.o.b. 25.12.1937

A2b

Mya Mya San

Wife of Vice-Senior General Maung Aye

A2c

Nandar Aye

Daughter of Vice-Senior General Maung Aye, spouse of Major Pye Aung (D17d)

A3a

General Thura Shwe Mann

Chief of Staff, Coordinator of Special Operations (Army, Navy and Air), d.o.b. 11.7.1947

A3b

Khin Lay Thet

Wife of General Thura Shwe Mann, d.o.b. 19.6.47

A3c

Aung Thet Mann

Son of General Thura Shwe Mann, Ayeya Shwe War Company, d.o.b. 19.6.1977, passport no — CM102233

A3d

Toe Naing Mann

Son of Shwe Mann, d.o.b. 29.6.1978

A3e

Zay Zin Latt

Wife of Toe Naing Mann; daughter of Khin Shwe (J5a), d.o.b. 24.3.1981

A4a

Gen Soe Win

Prime Minister since 19.10.2004, born 1946

A4b

Than Than Nwe

Wife of -Gen Soe Win

A5a

Lt-Gen Thein Sein

Secretary 1 (since 19.10.2004) & Adjutant General

A5b

Khin Khin Win

Wife of Lt-Gen Thein Sein

A6a

Lt-Gen (Thiha Thura) Tin Aung Myint Oo

(Thiha Thura is a title) Quartermaster-General

A6b

Khin Saw Hnin

Wife of Lt-Gen Thiha Thura Tin Aung Myint Oo

A7a

Lt-Gen Kyaw Win

Chief of Bureau of Special Operations 2 (Kayah State)

A7b

San San Yee aka San San Yi

Wife of Lt-Gen Kyaw Win

A7c

Nyi Nyi Aung

Son of Lt-Gen Kyaw Win

A7d

San Thida Win

Wife of Nyi Nyi Aung

A7e

Min Nay Kyaw Win

Son of Lt-Gen Kyaw Win

A7f

Dr Phone Myint Htun

Son of Lt-Gen Kyaw Win

A7g

San Sabai Win

Wife of Dr Phone Myint Htun

A8a

Lt-Gen Tin Aye

Chief of Military Ordnance, Head of UMEH

A8b

Kyi Kyi Ohn

Wife of Lt-Gen Tin Aye

A8c

Zaw Min Aye

Son of Lt-Gen Tin Aye

A9a

Lt-Gen Ye Myint

Chief of Bureau of Special Operations 1 (Kachin, Chin, Sagaing, Magwe, Mandalay)

A9b

Tin Lin Myint

Wife of Lt-Gen Ye Myint, d.o.b. 25.1.1947

A9c

Theingi Ye Myint

Daughter of Lt-Gen Ye Myint

A9d

Aung Zaw Ye Myint

Son of Lt-Gen Ye Myint, Yetagun Construction Co

A9e

Kay Khaing Ye Myint

Daughter of Lt-Gen Ye Myint

A10a

Lt-Gen Aung Htwe

Chief of Armed Forces Training

A10b

Khin Hnin Wai

Wife of Lt-Gen Aung Htwe

A11a

Lt-Gen Khin Maung Than

Chief of Bureau of Special Operations 3 (Pegu, Rangoon, Irrawaddy, Arakan)

A11b

Marlar Tint

Wife of Lt-Gen Khin Maung Than

A12a

Lt-Gen Maung Bo

Chief of Bureau of Special Operations 4 (Karen, Mon, Tenasserim)

A12b

Khin Lay Myint

Wife of Lt-Gen Maung Bo

A12c

Kyaw Swa Myint

Son of Lt-Gen Maung Bo. Businessman

A13a

Lt-Gen Myint Swe

Chief of Military Affairs Security

A13b

Khin Thet Htay

Wife of Lt-Gen Myint Swe


B.   REGIONAL COMMANDERS

 

Name

Identifying information (including command)

B1a

Brig-Gen Hla Htay Win

Rangoon

B1b

Mar Mar Wai

Wife Brig-Gen Hla Htay Win

B2a

Maj-Gen Ye Myint

Eastern (Shan State (South))

B2b

Myat Ngwe

Wife of Maj-Gen Ye Myint

B3a

Maj-Gen Thar Aye a.k.a. Tha Aye

North Western (Sagaing Division)

B3b

Wai Wai Khaing a.k.a. Wei Wei Khaing

Wife of Maj-Gen Thar Aye

B4a

Maj-Gen Maung Maung Swe

Coastal (Tanintharyi Division)

B4b

Tin Tin New

Wife of Maj-Gen Maung Maung Swe

B4c

Ei Thet Thet Swe

Daughter of Maj-Gen Maung Maung Swe

B4d

Kaung Kyaw Swe

Son of Maj-Gen Maung Maung Swe

B5a

Maj-Gen Myint Hlaing

North Eastern (Shan State (North))

B5b

Khin Thant Sin

Wife of Maj-Gen Myint Hlaing

B5c

Hnin Nandar Hlaing

Daughter of Maj-Gen Myint Hlaing

B5d

Cadet Thant Sin Hlaing

Son of Maj-Gen Myint Hlaing

B6a

Maj-Gen Khin Zaw

Central (Mandalay Division)

B6b

Khin Pyone Win

Wife of Maj-Gen Khin Zaw

B6c

Kyi Tha Khin Zaw

Son of Maj-Gen Khin Zaw

B6d

Su Khin Zaw

Daughter of Maj-Gen Khin Zaw

B7a

Maj-Gen Khin Maung Myint

Western (Rakhine State)

B7b

Win Win Nu

Wife of Maj-Gen Khin Maung Myint

B8a

Maj-Gen Thura Myint Aung

South Western (Irrawaddy Division)

B8b

Than Than New

Wife of Maj-Gen Thura Myint Aung

B9a

Maj-Gen Ohn Myint

North (Kachin State)

B9b

Nu Nu Swe

Wife of Maj-Gen Ohn Myint

B10a

Maj-Gen Ko Ko

South (Pegu Division)

B10b

Sao Nwan Khun Sum

Wife of Maj-Gen Ko Ko

B11a

Maj-Gen Soe Naing

South Eastern (Mon State)

B11b

Tin Tin Latt

Wife of Maj-Gen Soe Naing

B11c

Wut Yi Oo

Daughter of Maj-Gen Soe Naing

B11d

Captain Htun Zaw Win

Husband of Wut Yi Oo (B11c)

B11e

Yin Thu Aye

Daughter of Maj-Gen Soe Naing

B11f

Yi Phone Zaw

Son of Maj-Gen Soe Naing

B12a

Maj Gen Min Aung Hlaing

Triangle (Shan State (East))


C.   DEPUTY REGIONAL COMMANDERS

 

Name

Identifying information (including command)

C1a

Brig-Gen Wai Lwin

Yangon

C1b

Swe Swe Oo

Wife of Brig-Gen Wai Lwin

C1c

Wai Phyo

Son of Brig-Gen Wai Lwin

C1d

Lwin Yamin

Daughter of Brig-Gen Wai Lwin

C2a

Brig-Gen Nay Win

Central

C2b

Nan Aye Mya

Wife of Brig-Gen Nay Win

C3a

Brig-Gen Tin Maung Ohn

North-Western

C4a

Brig-Gen San Tun

Northern

C4b

Tin Sein

Wife of Brig-Gen San Tun

C5a

Brig-Gen Hla Myint

North-Eastern

C5b

Su Su Hlaing

Wife of Brig-Gen Hla Myint

C6

Brig Gen Wai Lin

Triangle

C7a

Brig Gen Win Myint

Eastern

C8a

Col Zaw Min

South-Eastern

C9a

Brig-Gen Hone Ngaing/Hon Ngai

Coastal

C10a

Brig-Gen Thura Maung Ni

Southern

C10b

Nan Myint Sein

Wife of Brig-Gen Thura Maung Ni

C11a

Brig-Gen Tint Swe

South-Western

C11b

Khin Thaung

Wife of Brig-Gen Tint Swe

C11c

Ye Min a.k.a. Ye Kyaw Swar Swe

Son of Brig-Gen Tint Swe

C11d

Su Mon Swe

Wife of Ye Min

C12a

Brig Gen Tin Hlaing

Western


D.   MINISTERS

 

Name

Identifying information (including Ministry)

D3a

Maj-Gen Htay Oo

Agriculture and Irrigation since 18.9.2004 (previously Cooperatives since 25.8.2003)

D3b

Ni Ni Win

Wife of Maj-Gen Htay Oo

D3c

Thein Zaw Nyo

Cadet. Son of Maj-Gen Htay Oo

D4a

Brig-Gen Tin Naing Thein

Commerce (since 18.9.2004), previously Deputy Minister of Forestry

D4b

Aye Aye

Wife of Brig-Gen Tin Naing Thein

D5a

Maj-Gen Saw Tun

Construction, d.o.b. 8.5.1935

D5b

Myint Myint Ko

Wife of Maj-Gen Saw Tun, d.o.b. 11.1.1945

D5c

Me Me Tun

Daughter of Maj-Gen Saw Tun, d.o.b. 26.10.1967, passport no 415194

D5d

Maung Maung Lwin

Husband of Me Me Tun, d.o.b. 2.1.1969

D6a

Col Zaw Min

Cooperatives since 18.9.2004, previously Chairman Magwe PDC

D6b

Khin Mi Mi

Wife of Col Zaw Min

D7a

Maj-Gen Kyi Aung

Culture

D7b

Khin Khin Lay

Wife of Maj-Gen Kyi Aung

D8a

Dr Chan Nyein

Education. Previously E29a Deputy Minister of Science & Technology

D8b

Sandar Aung

Wife of Dr Chan Nyein (previously E29b)

D9a

Maj-Gen Tin Htut

Electric Power

D9b

Tin Tin Nyunt

Wife of Maj-Gen Tin Htut

D10a

Brig-Gen Lun Thi

Energy

D10b

Khin Mar Aye

Wife of Brig-Gen Lun Thi

D10c

Mya Sein Aye

Daughter of Brig-Gen Lun Thi

D10d

Zin Maung Lun

Son of Brig-Gen Lun Thi

D10e

Zar Chi Ko

Wife of Zin Maung Lun

D11a

Maj-Gen Hla Tun

Finance & Revenue

D11b

Khin Than Win

Wife of Maj-Gen Hla Tun

D12a

Nyan Win

Foreign Affairs since 18.9.2004, formerly Deputy Chief of Armed Forces Training, d.o.b. 22.1.1953

D12b

Myint Myint Soe

Wife of Nyan Win

D13a

Brig-Gen Thein Aung

Forestry

D13b

Khin Htay Myint

Wife of Brig-Gen Thein Aung

D14a

Prof. Dr Kyaw Myint

Health

D14b

Nilar Thaw

Wife of Prof. Dr Kyaw Myint

D15a

Maj-Gen Maung Oo

Home Affairs

D15b

Nyunt Nyunt Oo

Wife of Maj-Gen Maung Oo

D16a

Maj-Gen Sein Htwa

Ministry of Immigration & Population, as well as Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief & Resettlement

D16b

Khin Aye

Wife of Maj-Gen Sein Htwa

D17a

Aung Thaung

Industry 1

D17b

Khin Khin Yi

Wife of Aung Thaung

D17c

Major Moe Aung

Son of Aung Thaung

D17d

Dr Aye Khaing Nyunt

Wife of Major Moe Aung

D17e

Nay Aung

Son of Aung Thaung, businessman, Managing Director, Aung Yee Phyoe Co. Ltd

D17f

Khin Moe Nyunt

Wife of Nay Aung

D17g

Captain Pyi Aung a.k.a Pye Aung

Son of Aung Thaung (married to A2c)

D17h

Khin Ngu Yi Phyo

Daughter of Aung Thaung

D17i

Dr Thu Nanda Aung

Daughter of Aung Thaung

D17j

Aye Myat Po Aung

Daughter of Aung Thaung

D18a

Maj-Gen Saw Lwin

Industry 2

D18b

Moe Moe Myint

Wife of Maj-Gen Saw Lwin

D19a

Brig-Gen Kyaw Hsan

Information

D19b

Kyi Kyi Win

Wife of Brig-Gen Kyaw Hsan

D20a

Brig-Gen Maung Maung Thein

Livestock & Fisheries

D20b

Myint Myint Aye

Wife of Brig-Gen Maung Maung Thein

D20c

Min Thein

Son of Brig-Gen Maung Maung Thein

D21a

Brig-Gen Ohn Myint

Mines

D21b

San San

Wife of Brig-Gen Ohn Myint

D21c

Thet Naing Oo

Son of Brig-Gen Ohn Myint

D21d

Min Thet Oo

Son of Brig-Gen Ohn Myint

D22a

Soe Tha

National Planning & Economic Development

D22b

Kyu Kyu Win

Wife of Soe Tha

D22c

Kyaw Myat Soe

Son of Soe Tha;

D22d

Wei Wei Lay

Wife of Kyaw Myat Soe

D23a

Col Thein Nyunt

Progress of Border Areas & National Races & Development Affairs, possibly Mayor of Naypyidaw (Pyinmana)

D23b

Kyin Khaing

Wife of Col Thein Nyunt

D24a

Maj-Gen Aung Min

Rail Transportation

D24b

Wai Wai Thar aka Wai Wai Tha

Wife of Maj-Gen Aung Min

D25a

Brig-Gen Thura Myint Maung

Religious Affairs

D25b

Aung Kyaw Soe

Son of Brig-Gen Thura Myint Maung

D25c

Su Su Sandi

Wife of Aung Kyaw Soe

D25d

Zin Myint Maung

Daughter of Brig-Gen Thura Myint Maung

D26a

Thaung

Science & Technology Concurrently Labour (since 5.11.2004)

D26b

May Kyi Sein

Wife of Thaung

D27a

Brig-Gen Thura Aye Myint

Sports

D27b

Aye Aye

Wife of Brig-Gen Thura Aye Myint

D27c

Nay Linn

Son of Brig-Gen Thura Aye Myint

D28a

Brig-Gen Thein Zaw

Minister of Telecommunications, Post & Telegraphs and Minister of Hotels & Tourism

D28b

Mu Mu Win

Wife of Brig-Gen Thein Zaw

D29a

Maj-Gen Thein Swe

Transport, since 18.9.2004 (previously PM's Office since 25.8.2003)

D29b

Mya Theingi

Wife of Maj-Gen Thein Swe


E.   DEPUTY MINISTERS

 

Name

Identifying information (including Ministry)

E1a

Ohn Myint

Agriculture & Irrigation

E1b

Thet War

Wife of Ohn Myint

E2a

Brig-Gen Aung Tun

Commerce

E3a

Brig-Gen Myint Thein

Construction

E3b

Mya Than

Wife of Brig-Gen Myint Thein

E4a

Brig-Gen Soe Win Maung

Culture

E4b

Myint Myint Wai a.k.a. Khin Myint Wai

Wife of Brig-Gen Soe Win Maung

E5a

Brig-Gen Khin Maung Win

Defence

E7a

Myo Nyunt

Education

E7b

Marlar Thein

Wife of Myo Nyunt

E8a

Brig-Gen Aung Myo Min

Education

E8b

Thazin Nwe

Wife of Brig-Gen Aung Myo Min

E9a

Myo Myint

Electric Power

E9b

Tin Tin Myint

Wife of Myo Myint

E10a

Brig-Gen Than Htay

Energy (since 25.8.2003)

E10b

Soe Wut Yi

Wife of Brig-Gen Than Htay

E11a

Col Hla Thein Swe

Finance & Revenue

E11b

Thida Win

Wife of Col Hla Thein Swe

E12a

Kyaw Thu

Foreign Affairs, d.o.b. 15.8.1949

E12b

Lei Lei Kyi

Wife of Kyaw Thu

E13a

Maung Myint

Foreign Affairs since 18.9.2004

E13b

Dr Khin Mya Win

Wife of Maung Myint

E14a

Prof. Dr Mya Oo

Health, d.o.b. 25.1.1940

E14b

Tin Tin Mya

Wife of Prof. Dr Mya Oo

E14c

Dr Tun Tun Oo

Son of Prof. Dr Mya Oo, d.o.b. 26.7.1965

E14d

Dr Mya Thuzar

Daughter of Prof. Dr Mya Oo, d.o.b. 23.9.1971

E14e

Mya Thidar

Daughter of Prof. Dr Mya Oo, d.o.b. 10.6.1973

E14f

Mya Nandar

Daughter of Prof. Dr Mya Oo, d.o.b. 29.5.1976

E15a

Brig-Gen Phone Swe

Home Affairs (since 25.8.2003)

E15b

San San Wai

Wife of Brig-Gen Phone Swe

E16a

Brig-Gen Aye Myint Kyu

Hotels & Tourism

E16b

Khin Swe Myint

Wife of Brig-Gen Aye Myint Kyu

E17a

Maung Aung

Immigration & Population

E17b

Hmwe Hmwe

Wife of Maung Aung

E18a

Brig-Gen Thein Tun

Industry 1

E19a

Lt-Col Khin Maung Kyaw

Industry 2

E19b

Mi Mi Wai

Wife of Lt-Col Khin Maung Kyaw

E20a

Brig-Gen Aung Thein

Information

E20b

Tin Tin New

Wife of Brig-Gen Aung Thein

E21a

Thein Sein

Information, USDA CEC member

E21b

Khin Khin Wai

Wife of Thein Sein

E21c

Thein Aung Thaw

Son of Thein Sein

E21d

Su Su Cho

Wife of Thein Aung Thaw

E22a

Brig-Gen Win Sein

Labour

E22b

Wai Wai Linn

Wife of Brig-Gen Win Sein

E23a

Myint Thein

Mines

E23b

Khin May San

Wife of Myint Thein

E24a

Col Tin Ngwe

Progress of Border Areas & National Races & Development Affairs

E24b

Khin Mya Chit

Wife of Col Tin Ngwe

E25a

Brig-Gen Than Tun

Progress of Border Areas & National Races & Development Affairs

E25b

May Than Tun

Daughter of Brig-Gen Than Tun, d.o.b. 25.6.1970

E25c

Ye Htun Myat

Wife of May Than Tun

E26a

Thura Thaung Lwin

(Thura is a title), Rail Transportation

E26b

Dr Yi Yi Htwe

Wife of Thura Thaung Lwin

E27a

Brig-Gen Thura Aung Ko

(Thura is a title), Religious Affairs, USDA CEC member

E27b

Myint Myint Yee a.k.a. Yi Yi Myint

Wife of Brig-Gen Thura Aung Ko

E28a

Kyaw Soe

Science and Technology

E29a

Col Thurein Zaw

National Planning and Economic Development

E30a

Brig-Gen Kyaw Myint

Social Welfare, Relief & Resettlement

E30b

Khin Nwe Nwe

Wife of Brig-Gen Kyaw Myint

E31a

Pe Than

Both Minister of Transport and Minister of Rail Transportation

E31b

Cho Cho Tun

Wife of Pe Than

E32a

Col Nyan Tun Aung

Transport


F.   OTHER TOURISM RELATED APPOINTMENTS

 

Name

Identifying information (including post held)

F1a

Capt. (Retired) Htay Aung

Director General at Hotels & Tourism Directorate (Managing Director, Myanmar Hotels and Tourism Services until August 2004)

F2

Tin Maung Shwe

Deputy Director General, Hotels and Tourism Directorate

F3

Soe Thein

Managing Director, Myanma Hotels and Tourism Services since October 2004 (previously General Manager)

F4

Khin Maung Soe

General Manager

F5

Tint Swe

General Manager

F6

Lt-Col Yan Naing

General Manager, Ministry of Hotels & Tourism

F7

Nyunt Nyunt Than

Director for Tourism Promotion, Ministry of Hotels & Tourism


G.   SENIOR MILITARY OFFICERS (Brigadier-General and above)

 

Name

Identifying information (including function)

G1a

Maj-Gen Hla Shwe

Deputy Adjutant General

G3a

Maj-Gen Soe Maung

Judge Advocate General

G4a

Brig-Gen Thein Htaik a.k.a. Hteik

Inspector General

G5a

Maj-Gen Saw Hla

Provost Marshal

G6a

Maj-Gen Khin Maung Tun

Vice Quarter Master General

G7a

Maj-Gen Lun Maung

Auditor General

G8a

Maj-Gen Nay Win

Military Assistant to the SPDC Chairman

G9a

Maj-Gen Hsan Hsint

Military Appointments General, born 1951

G9b

Khin Ma Lay

Wife of Maj-Gen Hsan Hsint

G9c

Okkar San Sint

Son of Maj-Gen Hsan Hsint

G10a

Maj-Gen Hla Aung Thein

Camp Commandant, Rangoon

G10b

Amy Khaing

Wife of Hla Aung Thein

G11a

Maj-Gen Win Myint

Deputy Chief of Armed Forces Training

G12a

Maj-Gen Aung Kyi

Deputy Chief of Armed Forces Training

G12b

Thet Thet Swe

Wife of Maj-Gen Aung Kyi

G13a

Maj-Gen Moe Hein

Commandant, National Defence College

G14a

Maj-Gen Khin Aung Myint

Director of Public Relations & Psychological Warfare, Board Member UMEHL

G15a

Maj-Gen Thein Tun

Director of Signals; member of National Convention Convening Management Committee

G16a

Maj-Gen Than Htay

Director of Supply & Transport

G17a

Maj-Gen Khin Maung Tint

Director of Security Printing Works

G18a

Maj-Gen Sein Lin

Director, MOD (precise job not known. Formerly Director Ordnance)

G19a

Maj-Gen Kyi Win

Director of Artillery & Armour, Board member UMEHL

G20a

Maj-Gen Tin Tun

Director Military Engineers

G21a

Maj-Gen Aung Thein

Director Resettlement

G22a

Maj-Gen Aye Myint

MOD

G23a

Brig-Gen Myo Myint

Commandant Defence Services Records Office

G24a

Brig-Gen Than Maung

Deputy Commandant of National Defence College

G25a

Brig-Gen Win Myint

Rector DSTA

G26a

Brig-Gen Than Sein

Commandant, Defence Services Hospital, Mingaladon, d.o.b. 1.2.1946, p.o.b. Bago

G26b

Rosy Mya Than

Wife of Brig-Gen Than Sein

G27a

Brig-Gen Win Than

Director of Procurement and Managing Director Union of Myanmar Economic Holdings (previously Maj-Gen Win Hlaing, K1a)

G28a

Brig-Gen Than Maung

Director of Peoples' Militia & Frontier Forces

G29a

Brig-Gen Khin Naing Win

Director Defense Industries

G30a

Brig-Gen Zaw Win

Commandant of Bahtoo Station (Shan State) and Principle of Combat Training School of Defence Services (Army)

Navy

G31a

Vice-Admiral Soe Thein

Commander-in-Chief (Navy)

G31b

Khin Aye Kyin

Wife of Vice Admiral Soe Thein

G31c

Yimon Aye

Daughter of Vice-Admiral Soe Thein, d.o.b. 12.7.1980

G31d

Aye Chan

Son of Vice-Admiral Soe Thein, d.o.b. 23.9.1973

G31e

Thida Aye

Daughter of Vice-Admiral Soe Thein, d.o.b. 23.3.1979

G32a

Commodore Nyan Tun

Chief of Staff (Navy), Board member UMEHL

G32b

Khin Aye Myint

Wife of Nyan Tun

Airforce

G33a

Lt-Gen Myat Hein

Commander-in-Chief (Air)

G33b

Htwe Htwe Nyunt

Wife of Lt-Gen Myat Hein

G34a

Brig-Gen Ye Chit Pe

Staff of Commander in Chief Air, Mingaladon

G35a

Brig-Gen Khin Maung Tin

Commandant of Shande Air Training School, Meiktila

G36a

Brig-Gen Zin Yaw

Chief of Staff (Air), Member of UMEHL Board

Light Infantry Divisions (LID) (those of Brigadier-General rank)

G39a

Brig-Gen Tin Tun Aung

33 LID, Sagaing

G41a

Brig-Gen Thet Oo

55 LID, Kalaw/Aungban

G42a

Brig-Gen Khin Zaw Oo

66 LID, Pyay/Inma

G43a

Brig-Gen Win Myint

77 LID, Bago

G44a

Brig-Gen Aung Than Htut

88 LID, Magwe

G45a

Brig-Gen Tin Oo Lwin

99 LID, Meiktila

Other Brigadier-Generals

G47a

Brig-Gen Htein Win

Taikkyi Station

G48a

Brig-Gen Khin Maung Aye

Meiktila Station Commander

G49a

Brig-Gen Khin Maung Aye

Regional Operations Command-Kale, Sagaing Division

G50a

Brig-Gen Khin Zaw Win

Khamaukgyi Station

G51a

Brig-Gen Kyaw Aung,

Southern MR, Toungoo Station Commander

G52a

Brig-Gen Kyaw Aung

Military Operations Command-8, Dawei/Tavoy Station

G53a

Brig-Gen Kyaw Oo Lwin

Regional Operations Command-Tanai

G54a

N/K Successor to Brig-Gen Kyaw Thu

Phugyi Station

G55a

Brig-Gen Maung Maung Shein

Kawkareik

G56a

Brig-Gen Myint Hein

Military Operations Command -3, Mogaung Station,

G57a

Brig-Gen Mya Win

Military Operations Command -10, Kyigone Station

G58a

Brig-Gen Mya Win

Kalaw

G59a

Brig-Gen Myo Lwin

Military Operations Command -7, Pekon Station

G60a

Brig-Gen Myint Soe

Military Operations Command -5, Taungup Station

G61a

Brig-Gen Myint Aye

Military Operations Command -9, Kyauktaw Station

G62a

Brig-Gen Nyunt Hlaing

Military Operations Command -17, Mong Pan Station

G63a

Brig-Gen Ohn Myint

Mon State USDA CEC member

G64a

Brig-Gen Soe New

Military Operations Command -21 Bhamo Station

G65a

Brig-Gen Soe Oo

Military Operations Command -16, Hsenwi Station

G66a

Brig-Gen Than Tun

Kyaukpadaung Station

G67a

Brig-Gen Than Win

Regional Operations Command-Laukkai

G68a

Brig-Gen Than Tun Aung

Regional Operations Command-Sittwe

G69a

Brig-Gen Thaung Aye

Mongnaung Station

G70a

Brig-Gen Thaung Htaik

Aungban Station

G71a

Brig-Gen Thein Hteik

Military Operations Command -13, Bokpyin Station

G72a

Brig-Gen Thura Myint Thein

Namhsan Tactical Operations Command

G73a

Brig-Gen Win Aung

Mong Hsat

G74a

Brig-Gen Myo Tint

Officer on Special Duty Ministry of Transport

G75a

Brig-Gen Thura Sein Thaung

Officer on Special Duty Ministry for Social Welfare

G76a

Brig-Gen Phone Zaw Han

Mayor of Mandalay since February 2005, formerly commander of Kyaukme

G77a

Brig-Gen Hla Min

Pegu West Division PDC chairman

G78a

Brig-Gen Win Myint

Pyinmana Station


H.   MILITARY OFFICERS RUNNING PRISONS AND POLICE

 

Name

Identifying information (including function)

H1a

Maj-Gen Khin Yi

DG Myanmar Police Force

H1b

Khin May Soe

Wife of Maj-Gen Khin Yi

H2a

Zaw Win

Director General of the Prisons Department (Ministry of Home Affairs) since August 2004, previously Deputy DG Myanmar Police Force, and former Brig-Gen. Former military.

H3a

Aung Saw Win

Director General, Bureau of Special Investigation


I.   UNION SOLIDARITY AND DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (USDA) (senior USDA office-holders who have not been included elsewhere)

 

Name

Identifying information (including function)

I1a

Brig-Gen Aung Thein Lin

Mayor & Chairman of the Yangon City Development Committee (Secretary)

I1b

Khin San New

Wife of Brig-Gen Aung Thein Lin

I1b

Thidar Myo

Daughter of Brig-Gen Aung Thein Lin

I2a

Col Maung Par

Vice Mayor of YCDC (CEC Member)

I2b

Khin Nyunt Myaing

Wife of Col Maung Par

I2c

Naing Win Par

Son of Col Maung Par


J.   PERSONS WHO BENEFIT FROM GOVERNMENT ECONOMIC POLICIES

 

Name

Identifying information (inc. company)

J1a

Tay Za

Managing Director, Htoo Trading Co, d.o.b. 18.7.1964, passport no 306869, ID card no MYGN 006415. Father U Myint Swe (d.o.b. 6.11.1924), mother Daw Ohn (d.o.b. 12.8.1934)

J1b

Thidar Zaw

Wife of Tay Za, d.o.b. 24.2.1964, passport no 275107, ID card no KMYT 006865. Parents Zaw Nyunt (deceased), Htoo (deceased)

J1c

Pye Phyo Tay Za

Son of Tay Za (J1a), d.o.b. 29.1.1987

J2a

Thiha

Brother of Tay Za (J1a), d.o.b. 24.6.1960 Director Htoo Trading. Distributor of London cigarettes (Myawadi Trading)

J3a

Aung Ko Win a.k.a. Saya Kyaung

Kanbawza Bank

J3b

Nan Than Htwe

Wife of Aung Ko Win

J4a

Tun Myint Naing a.k.a. Steven Law

Asia World Co.

J4b

(Ng) Seng Hong

Wife of Tun Myint Naing

J5a

Khin Shwe

Zaykabar Co, d.o.b. 21.1.1952. See also A3e

J5b

San San Kywe

Wife of Khin Shwe

J5c

Zay Thiha

Son of Khin Shwe, d.o.b. 1.1.1977

J6a

Htay Myint

Yuzana Co., d.o.b. 6.2.1955

J6b

Aye Aye Maw

Wife of Htay Myint, d.o.b. 17.11.1957

J7a

Kyaw Win

Shwe Thanlwin Trading Co.

J7b

Nan Mauk Loung Sai a.k.a. Nang Mauk Lao Hsai

Wife of Kyaw Win

J8a

Ko Lay

Minister at the PM's Office until February 2004, Mayor of Rangoon until August 2003

J8b

Khin Khin

Wife of Ko Lay

J8c

San Min

Son of Ko Lay

J8d

Than Han

Son of Ko Lay

J8e

Khin Thida

Daughter of Ko Lay

J9a

Aung Phone

Former Minister for Forestry, d.o.b. 20.11.1939, retired July 2003

J9b

Khin Sitt Aye

Wife of Aung Phone, d.o.b. 14.9.1943

J9c

Sitt Thwe Aung a.k.a. Sit Thway Aung

Son of Aung Phone, d.o.b. 10.7.1977

J9d

Thin Zar Tun

Wife of Sitt Thwe Aung, d.o.b. 14.4.1978

J9e

Sitt Thaing Aung a.k.a. Sit Taing Aung

Son of Aung Phone, d.o.b. 13.11.1971

J10a

Maj-Gen (retired) Nyunt Tin

Former Minister of Agriculture & Irrigation retired September 2004

J10b

Khin Myo Oo

Wife of Maj-Gen (retired) Nyunt Tin

J10c

Kyaw Myo Nyunt

Son of Maj-Gen (retired) Nyunt Tin

J10d

Thu Thu Ei Han

Daughter of Maj-Gen (retired)Nyunt Tin

J11a

Khin Maung Thein

Former Minister for Finance & Revenue retired 1.2.2003

J11b

Su Su Thein

Wife of Khin Maung Thein

J11c

Daywar Thein

Son of Khin Maung Thein, d.o.b. 25.12.1960

J11d

Thawdar Thein

Daughter of Khin Maung Thein, d.o.b. 6.3.1958

J11e

Maung Maung Thein

Son of Khin Maung Thein, d.o.b. 23.10.1963

J11f

Khin Yadana Thein

Daughter of Khin Maung Thein, d.o.b. 6.5.1968

J11g

Marlar Thein

Daughter of Khin Maung Thein, d.o.b. 25.2.1965

J11h

Hnwe Thida Thein

Daughter of Khin Maung Thein, d.o.b. 28.7.1966


K.   MILITARY OWNED ENTERPRISES

 

Name

Identifying information (including company)

K1a

Maj-Gen (retired) Win Hlaing

Formerly MD, Union of Myanmar Economic Holdings, Myawaddy Bank

K1b

Ma Ngeh

Daughter of Maj-Gen (retired) Win Hlaing

K1c

Zaw Win Naing

Managing Director of Kambawza Bank. Husband of Ma Ngeh (K1b), and nephew of Aung Ko Win (J3a)

K1d

Win Htway Hlaing

Son of Maj-Gen (retired) Win Hlaing, representative for KESCO company

K2

Col Ye Htut

Myanmar Economic Corporation

K3

Col Myint Aung

MD at Myawaddy Trading Co.

K4

Col Myo Myint

MD Bandoola Transportation Co.

K5

Col (retired) Thant Zin

MD at Myanmar Land and Development

K6

Lt-Col (retired) Maung Maung Aye

UMEHL, Chairman Myanmar Breweries

K7

Col Aung San

MD at Hsinmin Cement Plant Construction Project


ANNEX II

List of Burmese state-owned enterprises referred to in Articles 5 and 9

Name

Address

Name of Director

I.   

UNION OF MYANMAR ECONOMIC HOLDING LTD.

UNION OF MYANMAR ECONOMIC HOLDING LTD

189/191 MAHABANDOOLA ROAD

CORNER OF 50th STREET

YANGON

MAJ-GEN WIN HLAING, MANAGING DIRECTOR

A.   

MANUFACTURING

1.

MYANMAR RUBY ENTERPRISE

24/26, 2nd FL, SULE PAGODA ROAD,

YANGON

(MIDWAY BANK BUILDING)

 

2.

MYANMAR IMPERIAL JADE CO. LTD

24/26, 2nd FL, SULE PAGODA ROAD,

YANGON

(MIDWAY BANK BUILDING)

 

3.

MYANMAR RUBBER WOOD CO. LTD

 

 

4.

MYANMAR PINEAPPLE JUICE PRODUCTION

 

 

5.

MYAWADDY CLEAN DRINKING WATER SERVICE

4/A, No 3 MAIN ROAD,

MINGALARDON TSP

YANGON

 

6.

SIN MIN (KING ELEPHANTS) CEMENT FACTORY (KYAUKSE)

189/191 MAHABANDOOLA ROAD

CORNER OF 50th STREET

YANGON

COL MAUNG MAUNG AYE, MANAGING DIRECTOR

7.

TAILORING SHOP SERVICE

 

 

8.

NGWE PIN LE (SILVER SEA) LIVESTOCK BREEDING AND FISHERY CO.

1093, SHWE TAUNG GYAR ST. INDUSTRIAL ZONE II,

WARD 63,

SOUTH DAGON TSP,

YANGON

 

9.

GRANITE TILE FACTORY (KYAIKTO)

189/191 MAHABANDOOLA ROAD,

CORNER OF 50th STREET

YANGON

 

10.

SOAP FACTORY (PAUNG)

189/191 MAHABANDOOLA ROAD,

CORNER OF 50th STREET

YANGON

 

B.   

TRADING

1.

MYAWADDY TRADING LTD

189/191 MAHABANDOOLA ROAD,

CORNER OF 50th STREET

YANGON

COL MYINT AUNG MANAGING DIRECTOR

C.   

SERVICES

1.

MYAWADDY BANK LTD

24-26 SULE PAGODA ROAD,

YANGON

BRIG-GEN WIN HLAING AND U TUN KYI, MANAGING DIRECTORS

2.

BANDOOLA TRANSPORTATION CO. LTD

399, THIRI MINGALAR ROAD,

INSEIN TSP. YANGON AND/OR PARAMI ROAD, SOUTH OKKALAPA,

YANGON

COL. MYO MYINT, MANAGING DIRECTOR

3.

MYAWADDY TRAVEL SERVICES

24-26 SULE PAGODA ROAD,

YANGON

 

4.

NAWADAY HOTEL AND TRAVEL SERVICES

335/357, BOGYOKE AUNG SAN ROAD,

PABEDAN TSP.

YANGON

COL. (RETIRED) MAUNG THAUNG, MANAGING DIRECTOR

5.

MYAWADDY AGRICULTURE SERVICES

189/191 MAHABANDOOLA ROAD,

CORNER OF 50th STREET,

YANGON

 

6.

MYANMAR AR (POWER) CONSTRUCTION SERVICES

189/191 MAHABANDOOLA ROAD,

CORNER OF 50th STREET,

YANGON

 

JOINT VENTURES

A.   

MANUFACTURING

1.

MYANMAR SEGAL INTERNATIONAL LTD

PYAY ROAD,

PYINMABIN INDUSTRIAL ZONE,

MINGALARDON TSP

YANGON

U BE AUNG, MANAGER

2.

MYANMAR DAEWOO INTERNATIONAL

PYAY ROAD,

PYINMABIN INDUSTRIAL ZONE,

MINGALARDON TSP

YANGON

 

3.

ROTHMAN OF PALL MALL MYANMAR PRIVATE LTD

NO. 38, VIRGINIA PARK, NO. 3,

TRUNK ROAD,

PYINMABIN INDUSTRIAL ZONE,

YANGON

 

4.

MYANMAR BREWERY LTD

NO 45, NO 3, TRUNK ROAD

PYINMABIN INDUSTRIAL ZONE,

MINGALARDON TSP

YANGON

LT-COL (RETIRED) MAUNG MAUNG AYE, CHAIRMAN

5.

MYANMAR POSCO STEEL CO. LTD

PLOT 22, NO. 3, TRUNK ROAD,

PYINMABIN INDUSTRIAL ZONE,

MINGALARDON TSP

YANGON

 

6.

MYANMAR NOUVEAU STEEL CO. LTD

NO. 3, TRUNK ROAD,

PYINMABIN INDUSTRIAL ZONE,

MINGALARDON TSP

YANGON

 

7.

BERGER PAINT MANUFACTORING CO. LTD

PLOT NO. 34/A,

PYINMABIN INDUSTRIAL ZONE,

MINGALARDON TSP

YANGON

 

8.

THE FIRST AUTOMOTIVE CO. LTD

PLOT NO. 47,

PYINMABIN INDUSTRIAL ZONE,

MINGALARDON TSP,

YANGON

U AYE CHO AND/OR LT-COL TUN MYINT, MANAGING DIRECTOR

B.   

SERVICES

1.

NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORP.

3/A, THAMTHUMAR STREET,

7 MILE,

MAYANGONE TSP,

YANGON

DR KHIN SHWE, CHAIRMAN

2.

HANTHA WADDY GOLF RESORT AND MYODAW (CITY) CLUB LTD

NO 1, KONEMYINTTHA STREET,

7 MILE, MAYANGONE TSP,

YANGON AND THIRI MINGALAR ROAD,

INSEIN TSP,

YANGON

 

II.   

MYANMAR ECONOMIC CORPORATION (MEC)

MYANMA ECONOMIC CORPORATION (MEC)

SHWEDAGON PAGODA ROAD

DAGON TSP,

YANGON

COL YE HTUT OR BRIG GEN KYAW WIN, MANAGING DIRECTOR

1.

INNWA BANK

554-556, MERCHANT STREET,

CORNER OF 35th STREET,

KYAUKTADA TSP,

YANGON

U YIN SEIN, GENERAL MANAGER

2.

MYAING GALAY (RHINO BRAND) CEMENT FACTORY

FACTORIES DEPT.

MEC HEAD OFFICE,

SHWEDAGON PAGODA ROAD,

DAGON TSP,

YANGON

COL KHIN MAUNG SOE

3.

DAGON BREWERY

555/B, NO 4,

HIGHWAY ROAD,

HLAW GAR WARD, SHWE PYI

THAR TSP,

YANGON

 

4.

MEC STEEL MILLS (HMAW BI/PYI/YWAMA)

FACTORIES DEPT.

MEC HEAD OFFICE,

SHWEDAGON PAGODA ROAD,

DAGON TSP,

YANGON

COL KHIN MAUNG SOE

5.

MEC SUGAR MILL

KANT BALU

 

6.

MEC OXYGEN AND GASES FACTORY

MINDAMA ROAD,

MINGALARDON TSP,

YANGON

 

7.

MEC MARBLE MINE

PYINMANAR

 

8.

MEC MARBLE TILES FACTORY

LOIKAW

 

9.

MEC MYANMAR CABLE WIRE FACTORY

NO 48, BAMAW A TWIN WUN ROAD,

ZONE (4),

HLAING THAR YAR INDUSTRIAL ZONE,

YANGON

 

10.

MEC SHIP BREAKING SERVICE

THILAWAR, THAN NYIN TSP

 

11.

MEC DISPOSABLE SYRINGE FACTORY

FACTORIES DEPT,

MEC HEAD OFFICE,

SHWEDAGON PAGODA ROAD,

DAGON TSP,

YANGON

 

12.

GYPSUM MINE

THIBAW