Oil giants' departure from Myanmar unlikely to cause major disruption

Energy giants TotalEnergies, Chevron and Woodside Petroleum declared they were pulling out amid human rights violations. PHOTO: REUTERS
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BANGKOK - Many foreign investors have announced their departures from Myanmar since last year's military coup, but some of the most significant ones came over the past week.

Energy giants TotalEnergies, Chevron and Woodside Petroleum declared they were pulling out amid human rights violations that have only worsened since the Feb 1 putsch.

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