ISSN 1725-2555

doi:10.3000/17252555.L_2011.101.eng

Official Journal

of the European Union

L 101

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Legislation

Volume 54
15 April 2011


Contents

 

I   Legislative acts

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DIRECTIVES

 

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Directive 2011/36/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 5 April 2011 on preventing and combating trafficking in human beings and protecting its victims, and replacing Council Framework Decision 2002/629/JHA

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II   Non-legislative acts

 

 

REGULATIONS

 

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Commission Regulation (EU) No 366/2011 of 14 April 2011 amending Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) as regards Annex XVII (Acrylamide) ( 1 )

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Commission Regulation (EU) No 367/2011 of 12 April 2011 establishing a prohibition of fishing for deep-sea sharks in EU and international waters of V, VI, VII, VIII and IX by vessels flying the flag of Portugal

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Commission Regulation (EU) No 368/2011 of 12 April 2011 establishing a prohibition of fishing for northern prawn in Norwegian waters south of 62° N by vessels flying the flag of Sweden

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Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 369/2011 of 14 April 2011 establishing the standard import values for determining the entry price of certain fruit and vegetables

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DIRECTIVES

 

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Commission Implementing Directive 2011/46/EU of 14 April 2011 amending Council Directive 91/414/EEC to include hexythiazox as active substance and amending Commission Decision 2008/934/EC ( 1 )

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DECISIONS

 

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Council Decision 2011/239/CFSP of 12 April 2011 amending Decision 2010/232/CFSP renewing restrictive measures against Burma/Myanmar

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2011/240/EU

 

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Commission Decision of 14 April 2011 extending the transitional period concerning the acquisition of agricultural land in Lithuania ( 1 )

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2011/241/EU

 

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Commission Decision of 14 April 2011 extending the transitional period concerning the acquisition of agricultural land in Slovakia ( 1 )

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2011/242/EU

 

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Commission Decision of 14 April 2011 on the members of the advisory group on the food chain and animal and plant health established by Decision 2004/613/EC

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(1)   Text with EEA relevance

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Acts whose titles are printed in light type are those relating to day-to-day management of agricultural matters, and are generally valid for a limited period.

The titles of all other Acts are printed in bold type and preceded by an asterisk.


I Legislative acts

DIRECTIVES

15.4.2011   

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Official Journal of the European Union

L 101/1


DIRECTIVE 2011/36/EU OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL

of 5 April 2011

on preventing and combating trafficking in human beings and protecting its victims, and replacing Council Framework Decision 2002/629/JHA

THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, and in particular Article 82(2) and Article 83(1) thereof,

Having regard to the proposal from the European Commission,

Having regard to the opinion of the European Economic and Social Committee (1),

After consulting the Committee of the Regions,

After transmission of the draft legislative act to the national parliaments,

Acting in accordance with the ordinary legislative procedure (2),

Whereas:

(1)

Trafficking in human beings is a serious crime, often committed within the framework of organised crime, a gross violation of fundamental rights and explicitly prohibited by the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union. Preventing and combating trafficking in human beings is a priority for the Union and the Member States.

(2)

This Directive is part of global action against trafficking in human beings, which includes action involving third countries as stated in the ‘Action-oriented Paper on strengthening the Union external dimension on action against trafficking in human beings; Towards global EU action against trafficking in human beings’ approved by the Council on 30 November 2009. In this context, action should be pursued in third countries of origin and transfer of victims, with a view to raising awareness, reducing vulnerability, supporting and assisting victims, fighting the root causes of trafficking and supporting those third countries in developing appropriate anti-trafficking legislation.

(3)

This Directive recognises the gender-specific phenomenon of trafficking and that women and men are often trafficked for different purposes. For this reason, assistance and support measures should also be gender-specific where appropriate. The ‘push’ and ‘pull’ factors may be different depending on the sectors concerned, such as trafficking in human beings into the sex industry or for labour exploitation in, for example, construction work, the agricultural sector or domestic servitude.

(4)

The Union is committed to the prevention of and fight against trafficking in human beings, and to the protection of the rights of trafficked persons. For this purpose, Council Framework Decision 2002/629/JHA of 19 July 2002 on combating trafficking in human beings (3), and an EU Plan on best practices, standards and procedures for combating and preventing trafficking in human beings (4) were adopted. Moreover, the Stockholm Programme — An open and secure Europe serving and protecting citizens (5), adopted by the European Council, gives a clear priority to the fight against trafficking in human beings. Other measures should be envisaged, such as support for the development of general common indicators of the Union for the identification of victims of trafficking, through the exchange of best practices between all the relevant actors, particularly public and private social services.

(5)

The law enforcement authorities of the Member States should continue to cooperate in order to strengthen the fight against trafficking in human beings. In this regard, close cross-border cooperation, including the sharing of information and the sharing of best practices, as well as a continued open dialogue between the police, judicial and financial authorities of the Member States, is essential. The coordination of investigations and prosecutions of cases of trafficking in human beings should be facilitated by enhanced cooperation with Europol and Eurojust, the setting-up of joint investigation teams, as well as by the implementation of Council Framework Decision 2009/948/JHA of 30 November 2009 on prevention and settlement of conflict of jurisdiction in criminal proceedings (6).

(6)

Member States should encourage and work closely with civil society organisations, including recognised and active non-governmental organisations in this field working with trafficked persons, in particular in policy-making initiatives, information and awareness-raising campaigns, research and education programmes and in training, as well as in monitoring and evaluating the impact of anti-trafficking measures.

(7)

This Directive adopts an integrated, holistic, and human rights approach to the fight against trafficking in human beings and when implementing it, Council Directive 2004/81/EC of 29 April 2004 on the residence permit issued to third-country nationals who are victims of trafficking in human beings or who have been the subject of an action to facilitate illegal immigration, who cooperate with the competent authorities (7) and Directive 2009/52/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 June 2009 providing for minimum standards on sanctions and measures against employers of illegally staying third-country nationals (8) should be taken into consideration. More rigorous prevention, prosecution and protection of victims’ rights, are major objectives of this Directive. This Directive also adopts contextual understandings of the different forms of trafficking and aims at ensuring that each form is tackled by means of the most efficient measures.

(8)

Children are more vulnerable than adults and therefore at greater risk of becoming victims of trafficking in human beings. In the application of this Directive, the child’s best interests must be a primary consideration, in accordance with the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and the 1989 United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.

(9)

The 2000 United Nations Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children, supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organised Crime and the 2005 Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings are crucial steps in the process of enhancing international cooperation against trafficking in human beings. It should be noted that the Council of Europe Convention contains an evaluation mechanism, composed of the Group of experts on action against trafficking in human beings (GRETA) and the Committee of the Parties. Coordination between international organisations with competence with regard to action against trafficking in human beings should be supported in order to avoid duplication of effort.

(10)

This Directive is without prejudice to the principle of non-refoulement in accordance with the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees (Geneva Convention), and is in accordance with Article 4 and Article 19(2) of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.

(11)

In order to tackle recent developments in the phenomenon of trafficking in human beings, this Directive adopts a broader concept of what should be considered trafficking in human beings than under Framework Decision 2002/629/JHA and therefore includes additional forms of exploitation. Within the context of this Directive, forced begging should be understood as a form of forced labour or services as defined in the 1930 ILO Convention No 29 concerning Forced or Compulsory Labour. Therefore, the exploitation of begging, including the use of a trafficked dependent person for begging, falls within the scope of the definition of trafficking in human beings only when all the elements of forced labour or services occur. In the light of the relevant case-law, the validity of any possible consent to perform such labour or services should be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. However, when a child is concerned, no possible consent should ever be considered valid. The expression ‘exploitation of criminal activities’ should be understood as the exploitation of a person to commit, inter alia, pick-pocketing, shop-lifting, drug trafficking and other similar activities which are subject to penalties and imply financial gain. The definition also covers trafficking in human beings for the purpose of the removal of organs, which constitutes a serious violation of human dignity and physical integrity, as well as, for instance, other behaviour such as illegal adoption or forced marriage in so far as they fulfil the constitutive elements of trafficking in human beings.

(12)

The levels of penalties in this Directive reflect the growing concern among Member States regarding the development of the phenomenon of trafficking in human beings. For this reason this Directive uses as a basis levels 3 and 4 of the Council conclusions of 24-25 April 2002 on the approach to apply regarding approximation of penalties. When the offence is committed in certain circumstances, for example against a particularly vulnerable victim, the penalty should be more severe. In the context of this Directive, particularly vulnerable persons should include at least all children. Other factors that could be taken into account when assessing the vulnerability of a victim include, for example, gender, pregnancy, state of health and disability. When the offence is particularly grave, for example when the life of the victim has been endangered or the offence has involved serious violence such as torture, forced drug/medication usage, rape or other serious forms of psychological, physical or sexual violence, or has otherwise caused particularly serious harm to the victim, this should also be reflected in a more severe penalty. When, under this Directive, a reference is made to surrender, such reference should be interpreted in accordance with Council Framework Decision 2002/584/JHA of 13 June 2002 on the European arrest warrant and the surrender procedures between Member States (9). The gravity of the offence committed could be taken into account within the framework of the execution of the sentence.

(13)

In combating trafficking in human beings, full use should be made of existing instruments on the seizure and confiscation of the proceeds of crime, such as the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organised Crime and the Protocols thereto, the 1990 Council of Europe Convention on Laundering, Search, Seizure and Confiscation of the Proceeds from Crime, Council Framework Decision 2001/500/JHA of 26 June 2001 on money laundering, the identification, tracing, freezing, seizing and confiscation of instrumentalities and the proceeds of crime (10), and Council Framework Decision 2005/212/JHA of 24 February 2005 on Confiscation of Crime-Related Proceeds, Instrumentalities and Property (11). The use of seized and confiscated instrumentalities and the proceeds from the offences referred to in this Directive to support victims’ assistance and protection, including compensation of victims and Union trans-border law enforcement counter-trafficking activities, should be encouraged.

(14)

Victims of trafficking in human beings should, in accordance with the basic principles of the legal systems of the relevant Member States, be protected from prosecution or punishment for criminal activities such as the use of false documents, or offences under legislation on prostitution or immigration, that they have been compelled to commit as a direct consequence of being subject to trafficking. The aim of such protection is to safeguard the human rights of victims, to avoid further victimisation and to encourage them to act as witnesses in criminal proceedings against the perpetrators. This safeguard should not exclude prosecution or punishment for offences that a person has voluntarily committed or participated in.

(15)

To ensure the success of investigations and prosecutions of human trafficking offences, their initiation should not depend, in principle, on reporting or accusation by the victim. Where the nature of the act calls for it, prosecution should be allowed for a sufficient period of time after the victim has reached the age of majority. The length of the sufficient period of time for prosecution should be determined in accordance with respective national law. Law enforcement officials and prosecutors should be adequately trained, in particular with a view to enhancing international law enforcement and judicial cooperation. Those responsible for investigating and prosecuting such offences should also have access to the investigative tools used in organised crime or other serious crime cases. Such tools could include the interception of communications, covert surveillance including electronic surveillance, the monitoring of bank accounts and other financial investigations.

(16)

In order to ensure effective prosecution of international criminal groups whose centre of activity is in a Member State and which carry out trafficking in human beings in third countries, jurisdiction should be established over the offence of trafficking in human beings where the offender is a national of that Member State, and the offence is committed outside the territory of that Member State. Similarly, jurisdiction could also be established where the offender is an habitual resident of a Member State, the victim is a national or an habitual resident of a Member State, or the offence is committed for the benefit of a legal person established in the territory of a Member State, and the offence is committed outside the territory of that Member State.

(17)

While Directive 2004/81/EC provides for the issue of a residence permit to victims of trafficking in human beings who are third-country nationals, and Directive 2004/38/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 on the rights of the citizens of the Union and their family members to move and reside freely within the territory of the Member States (12) regulates the exercise of the right to move and reside freely in the territory of the Member States by citizens of the Union and their families, including protection from expulsion, this Directive establishes specific protective measures for any victim of trafficking in human beings. Consequently, this Directive does not deal with the conditions of the residence of the victims of trafficking in human beings in the territory of the Member States.

(18)

It is necessary for victims of trafficking in human beings to be able to exercise their rights effectively. Therefore assistance and support should be available to them before, during and for an appropriate time after criminal proceedings. Member States should provide for resources to support victim assistance, support and protection. The assistance and support provided should include at least a minimum set of measures that are necessary to enable the victim to recover and escape from their traffickers. The practical implementation of such measures should, on the basis of an individual assessment carried out in accordance with national procedures, take into account the circumstances, cultural context and needs of the person concerned. A person should be provided with assistance and support as soon as there is a reasonable-grounds indication for believing that he or she might have been trafficked and irrespective of his or her willingness to act as a witness. In cases where the victim does not reside lawfully in the Member State concerned, assistance and support should be provided unconditionally at least during the reflection period. If, after completion of the identification process or expiry of the reflection period, the victim is not considered eligible for a residence permit or does not otherwise have lawful residence in that Member State, or if the victim has left the territory of that Member State, the Member State concerned is not obliged to continue providing assistance and support to that person on the basis of this Directive. Where necessary, assistance and support should continue for an appropriate period after the criminal proceedings have ended, for example if medical treatment is ongoing due to the severe physical or psychological consequences of the crime, or if the victim’s safety is at risk due to the victim’ s statements in those criminal proceedings.

(19)

Council Framework Decision 2001/220/JHA of 15 March 2001 on the standing of victims in criminal proceedings (13) establishes a set of victims’ rights in criminal proceedings, including the right to protection and compensation. In addition, victims of trafficking in human beings should be given access without delay to legal counselling and, in accordance with the role of victims in the relevant justice systems, to legal representation, including for the purpose of claiming compensation. Such legal counselling and representation could also be provided by the competent authorities for the purpose of claiming compensation from the State. The purpose of legal counselling is to enable victims to be informed and receive advice about the various possibilities open to them. Legal counselling should be provided by a person having received appropriate legal training without necessarily being a lawyer. Legal counselling and, in accordance with the role of victims in the relevant justice systems, legal representation should be provided free of charge, at least when the victim does not have sufficient financial resources, in a manner consistent with the internal procedures of Member States. As child victims in particular are unlikely to have such resources, legal counselling and legal representation would in practice be free of charge for them. Furthermore, on the basis of an individual risk assessment carried out in accordance with national procedures, victims should be protected from retaliation, from intimidation, and from the risk of being re-trafficked.

(20)

Victims of trafficking who have already suffered the abuse and degrading treatment which trafficking commonly entails, such as sexual exploitation, sexual abuse, rape, slavery-like practices or the removal of organs, should be protected from secondary victimisation and further trauma during the criminal proceedings. Unnecessary repetition of interviews during investigation, prosecution and trial should be avoided, for instance, where appropriate, through the production, as soon as possible in the proceedings, of video recordings of those interviews. To this end victims of trafficking should during criminal investigations and proceedings receive treatment that is appropriate to their individual needs. The assessment of their individual needs should take into consideration circumstances such as their age, whether they are pregnant, their health, a disability they may have and other personal circumstances, as well as the physical and psychological consequences of the criminal activity to which the victim was subjected. Whether and how the treatment is applied is to be decided in accordance with grounds defined by national law, rules of judicial discretion, practice and guidance, on a case-by-case basis.

(21)

Assistance and support measures should be provided to victims on a consensual and informed basis. Victims should therefore be informed of the important aspects of those measures and they should not be imposed on the victims. A victim’s refusal of assistance or support measures should not entail obligations for the competent authorities of the Member State concerned to provide the victim with alternative measures.

(22)

In addition to measures available to all victims of trafficking in human beings, Member States should ensure that specific assistance, support and protective measures are available to child victims. Those measures should be provided in the best interests of the child and in accordance with the 1989 United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Where the age of a person subject to trafficking is uncertain, and there are reasons to believe it is less than 18 years, that person should be presumed to be a child and receive immediate assistance, support and protection. Assistance and support measures for child victims should focus on their physical and psycho-social recovery and on a durable solution for the person in question. Access to education would help children to be reintegrated into society. Given that child victims of trafficking are particularly vulnerable, additional protective measures should be available to protect them during interviews forming part of criminal investigations and proceedings.

(23)

Particular attention should be paid to unaccompanied child victims of trafficking in human beings, as they need specific assistance and support due to their situation of particular vulnerability. From the moment an unaccompanied child victim of trafficking in human beings is identified and until a durable solution is found, Member States should apply reception measures appropriate to the needs of the child and should ensure that relevant procedural safeguards apply. The necessary measures should be taken to ensure that, where appropriate, a guardian and/or a representative are appointed in order to safeguard the minor’s best interests. A decision on the future of each unaccompanied child victim should be taken within the shortest possible period of time with a view to finding durable solutions based on an individual assessment of the best interests of the child, which should be a primary consideration. A durable solution could be return and reintegration into the country of origin or the country of return, integration into the host society, granting of international protection status or granting of other status in accordance with national law of the Member States.

(24)

When, in accordance with this Directive, a guardian and/or a representative are to be appointed for a child, those roles may be performed by the same person or by a legal person, an institution or an authority.

(25)

Member States should establish and/or strengthen policies to prevent trafficking in human beings, including measures to discourage and reduce the demand that fosters all forms of exploitation, and measures to reduce the risk of people becoming victims of trafficking in human beings, by means of research, including research into new forms of trafficking in human beings, information, awareness-raising, and education. In such initiatives, Member States should adopt a gender perspective and a child-rights approach. Officials likely to come into contact with victims or potential victims of trafficking in human beings should be adequately trained to identify and deal with such victims. That training obligation should be promoted for members of the following categories when they are likely to come into contact with victims: police officers, border guards, immigration officials, public prosecutors, lawyers, members of the judiciary and court officials, labour inspectors, social, child and health care personnel and consular staff, but could, depending on local circumstances, also involve other groups of public officials who are likely to encounter trafficking victims in their work.

(26)

Directive 2009/52/EC provides for sanctions for employers of illegally staying third-country nationals who, while not having been charged with or convicted of trafficking in human beings, use work or services exacted from a person with the knowledge that that person is a victim of such trafficking. In addition, Member States should take into consideration the possibility of imposing sanctions on the users of any service exacted from a victim, with the knowledge that the person has been trafficked. Such further criminalisation could cover the behaviour of employers of legally staying third-country nationals and Union citizens, as well as buyers of sexual services from any trafficked person, irrespective of their nationality.

(27)

National monitoring systems such as national rapporteurs or equivalent mechanisms should be established by Member States, in the way in which they consider appropriate according to their internal organisation, and taking into account the need for a minimum structure with identified tasks, in order to carry out assessments of trends in trafficking in human beings, gather statistics, measure the results of anti-trafficking actions, and regularly report. Such national rapporteurs or equivalent mechanisms are already constituted in an informal Union Network established by the Council Conclusions on establishing an informal EU Network of National Rapporteurs or Equivalent Mechanisms on Trafficking in Human Beings of 4 June 2009. An anti-trafficking coordinator would take part in the work of that Network, which provides the Union and the Member States with objective, reliable, comparable and up-to-date strategic information in the field of trafficking in human beings and exchanges experience and best practices in the field of preventing and combating trafficking in human beings at Union level. The European Parliament should be entitled to participate in the joint activities of the national rapporteurs or equivalent mechanisms.

(28)

In order to evaluate the results of anti-trafficking action, the Union should continue to develop its work on methodologies and data collection methods to produce comparable statistics.

(29)

In the light of the Stockholm Programme and with a view to developing a consolidated Union strategy against trafficking in human beings aimed at further strengthening the commitment of, and efforts made, by the Union and the Member States to prevent and combat such trafficking, Member States should facilitate the tasks of an anti-trafficking coordinator, which may include for example improving coordination and coherence, avoiding duplication of effort, between Union institutions and agencies as well as between Member States and international actors, contributing to the development of existing or new Union policies and strategies relevant to the fight against trafficking in human beings or reporting to the Union institutions.

(30)

This Directive aims to amend and expand the provisions of Framework Decision 2002/629/JHA. Since the amendments to be made are of substantial number and nature, the Framework Decision should in the interests of clarity be replaced in its entirety in relation to Member States participating in the adoption of this Directive.

(31)

In accordance with point 34 of the Interinstitutional Agreement on better law-making (14), Member States are encouraged to draw up, for themselves and in the interest of the Union, their own tables which will, as far as possible, illustrate the correlation between this Directive and the transposition measures, and to make them public.

(32)

Since the objective of this Directive, namely to fight against trafficking in human beings, cannot be sufficiently achieved by the Member States and can therefore, by reason of the scale and effects of the action be better achieved at Union level, the Union may adopt measures in accordance with the principle of subsidiarity as set out in Article 5 of the Treaty on European Union. In accordance with the principle of proportionality, as set out in that Article, this Directive does not go beyond what is necessary to achieve that objective.

(33)

This Directive respects fundamental rights and observes the principles recognised in particular by the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and notably human dignity, the prohibition of slavery, forced labour and trafficking in human beings, the prohibition of torture and inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, the rights of the child, the right to liberty and security, freedom of expression and information, the protection of personal data, the right to an effective remedy and to a fair trial and the principles of the legality and proportionality of criminal offences and penalties. In particular, this Directive seeks to ensure full respect for those rights and principles and must be implemented accordingly.

(34)

In accordance with Article 3 of the Protocol on the position of the United Kingdom and Ireland in respect of the area of freedom, security and justice, annexed to the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, Ireland has notified its wish to take part in the adoption and application of this Directive.

(35)

In accordance with Articles 1 and 2 of the Protocol on the position of the United Kingdom and Ireland in respect of the area of freedom, security and justice, annexed to the Treaty on European Union and to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, and without prejudice to Article 4 of that Protocol, the United Kingdom is not taking part in the adoption of this Directive and is not bound by it or subject to its application.

(36)

In accordance with Articles 1 and 2 of the Protocol on the position of Denmark annexed to the Treaty on European Union and to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, Denmark is not taking part in the adoption of this Directive and is not bound by it or subject to its application,

HAVE ADOPTED THIS DIRECTIVE:

Article 1

Subject matter

This Directive establishes minimum rules concerning the definition of criminal offences and sanctions in the area of trafficking in human beings. It also introduces common provisions, taking into account the gender perspective, to strengthen the prevention of this crime and the protection of the victims thereof.

Article 2

Offences concerning trafficking in human beings

1.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that the following intentional acts are punishable:

The recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or reception of persons, including the exchange or transfer of control over those persons, by means of the threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, of abduction, of fraud, of deception, of the abuse of power or of a position of vulnerability or of the giving or receiving of payments or benefits to achieve the consent of a person having control over another person, for the purpose of exploitation.

2.   A position of vulnerability means a situation in which the person concerned has no real or acceptable alternative but to submit to the abuse involved.

3.   Exploitation shall include, as a minimum, the exploitation of the prostitution of others or other forms of sexual exploitation, forced labour or services, including begging, slavery or practices similar to slavery, servitude, or the exploitation of criminal activities, or the removal of organs.

4.   The consent of a victim of trafficking in human beings to the exploitation, whether intended or actual, shall be irrelevant where any of the means set forth in paragraph 1 has been used.

5.   When the conduct referred to in paragraph 1 involves a child, it shall be a punishable offence of trafficking in human beings even if none of the means set forth in paragraph 1 has been used.

6.   For the purpose of this Directive, ‘child’ shall mean any person below 18 years of age.

Article 3

Incitement, aiding and abetting, and attempt

Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that inciting, aiding and abetting or attempting to commit an offence referred to in Article 2 is punishable.

Article 4

Penalties

1.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that an offence referred to in Article 2 is punishable by a maximum penalty of at least five years of imprisonment.

2.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that an offence referred to in Article 2 is punishable by a maximum penalty of at least 10 years of imprisonment where that offence:

(a)

was committed against a victim who was particularly vulnerable, which, in the context of this Directive, shall include at least child victims;

(b)

was committed within the framework of a criminal organisation within the meaning of Council Framework Decision 2008/841/JHA of 24 October 2008 on the fight against organised crime (15);

(c)

deliberately or by gross negligence endangered the life of the victim; or

(d)

was committed by use of serious violence or has caused particularly serious harm to the victim.

3.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that the fact that an offence referred to in Article 2 was committed by public officials in the performance of their duties is regarded as an aggravating circumstance.

4.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that an offence referred to in Article 3 is punishable by effective, proportionate and dissuasive penalties, which may entail surrender.

Article 5

Liability of legal persons

1.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that legal persons can be held liable for the offences referred to in Articles 2 and 3 committed for their benefit by any person, acting either individually or as part of an organ of the legal person, who has a leading position within the legal person, based on:

(a)

a power of representation of the legal person;

(b)

an authority to take decisions on behalf of the legal person; or

(c)

an authority to exercise control within the legal person.

2.   Member States shall also ensure that a legal person can be held liable where the lack of supervision or control, by a person referred to in paragraph 1, has made possible the commission of the offences referred to in Articles 2 and 3 for the benefit of that legal person by a person under its authority.

3.   Liability of a legal person under paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not exclude criminal proceedings against natural persons who are perpetrators, inciters or accessories in the offences referred to in Articles 2 and 3.

4.   For the purpose of this Directive, ‘legal person’ shall mean any entity having legal personality under the applicable law, except for States or public bodies in the exercise of State authority and for public international organisations.

Article 6

Sanctions on legal persons

Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that a legal person held liable pursuant to Article 5(1) or (2) is subject to effective, proportionate and dissuasive sanctions, which shall include criminal or non-criminal fines and may include other sanctions, such as:

(a)

exclusion from entitlement to public benefits or aid;

(b)

temporary or permanent disqualification from the practice of commercial activities;

(c)

placing under judicial supervision;

(d)

judicial winding-up;

(e)

temporary or permanent closure of establishments which have been used for committing the offence.

Article 7

Seizure and confiscation

Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that their competent authorities are entitled to seize and confiscate instrumentalities and proceeds from the offences referred to in Articles 2 and 3.

Article 8

Non-prosecution or non-application of penalties to the victim

Member States shall, in accordance with the basic principles of their legal systems, take the necessary measures to ensure that competent national authorities are entitled not to prosecute or impose penalties on victims of trafficking in human beings for their involvement in criminal activities which they have been compelled to commit as a direct consequence of being subjected to any of the acts referred to in Article 2.

Article 9

Investigation and prosecution

1.   Member States shall ensure that investigation into or prosecution of offences referred to in Articles 2 and 3 is not dependent on reporting or accusation by a victim and that criminal proceedings may continue even if the victim has withdrawn his or her statement.

2.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to enable, where the nature of the act calls for it, the prosecution of an offence referred to in Articles 2 and 3 for a sufficient period of time after the victim has reached the age of majority.

3.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that persons, units or services responsible for investigating or prosecuting the offences referred to in Articles 2 and 3 are trained accordingly.

4.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that effective investigative tools, such as those which are used in organised crime or other serious crime cases are available to persons, units or services responsible for investigating or prosecuting the offences referred to in Articles 2 and 3.

Article 10

Jurisdiction

1.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to establish their jurisdiction over the offences referred to in Articles 2 and 3 where:

(a)

the offence is committed in whole or in part within their territory; or

(b)

the offender is one of their nationals.

2.   A Member State shall inform the Commission where it decides to establish further jurisdiction over the offences referred to in Articles 2 and 3 committed outside its territory, inter alia, where:

(a)

the offence is committed against one of its nationals or a person who is an habitual resident in its territory;

(b)

the offence is committed for the benefit of a legal person established in its territory; or

(c)

the offender is an habitual resident in its territory.

3.   For the prosecution of the offences referred to in Articles 2 and 3 committed outside the territory of the Member State concerned, each Member State shall, in those cases referred to in point (b) of paragraph 1, and may, in those cases referred to in paragraph 2, take the necessary measures to ensure that its jurisdiction is not subject to either of the following conditions:

(a)

the acts are a criminal offence at the place where they were performed; or

(b)

the prosecution can be initiated only following a report made by the victim in the place where the offence was committed, or a denunciation from the State of the place where the offence was committed.

Article 11

Assistance and support for victims of trafficking in human beings

1.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that assistance and support are provided to victims before, during and for an appropriate period of time after the conclusion of criminal proceedings in order to enable them to exercise the rights set out in Framework Decision 2001/220/JHA, and in this Directive.

2.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that a person is provided with assistance and support as soon as the competent authorities have a reasonable-grounds indication for believing that the person might have been subjected to any of the offences referred to in Articles 2 and 3.

3.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that assistance and support for a victim are not made conditional on the victim’s willingness to cooperate in the criminal investigation, prosecution or trial, without prejudice to Directive 2004/81/EC or similar national rules.

4.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to establish appropriate mechanisms aimed at the early identification of, assistance to and support for victims, in cooperation with relevant support organisations.

5.   The assistance and support measures referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 shall be provided on a consensual and informed basis, and shall include at least standards of living capable of ensuring victims’ subsistence through measures such as the provision of appropriate and safe accommodation and material assistance, as well as necessary medical treatment including psychological assistance, counselling and information, and translation and interpretation services where appropriate.

6.   The information referred to in paragraph 5 shall cover, where relevant, information on a reflection and recovery period pursuant to Directive 2004/81/EC, and information on the possibility of granting international protection pursuant to Council Directive 2004/83/EC of 29 April 2004 on minimum standards for the qualification and status of third country nationals or stateless persons as refugees or as persons who otherwise need international protection and the content of the protection granted (16) and Council Directive 2005/85/EC of 1 December 2005 on minimum standards on procedures in Member States for granting and withdrawing refugee status (17) or pursuant to other international instruments or other similar national rules.

7.   Member States shall attend to victims with special needs, where those needs derive, in particular, from whether they are pregnant, their health, a disability, a mental or psychological disorder they have, or a serious form of psychological, physical or sexual violence they have suffered.

Article 12

Protection of victims of trafficking in human beings in criminal investigation and proceedings

1.   The protection measures referred to in this Article shall apply in addition to the rights set out in Framework Decision 2001/220/JHA.

2.   Member States shall ensure that victims of trafficking in human beings have access without delay to legal counselling, and, in accordance with the role of victims in the relevant justice system, to legal representation, including for the purpose of claiming compensation. Legal counselling and legal representation shall be free of charge where the victim does not have sufficient financial resources.

3.   Member States shall ensure that victims of trafficking in human beings receive appropriate protection on the basis of an individual risk assessment, inter alia, by having access to witness protection programmes or other similar measures, if appropriate and in accordance with the grounds defined by national law or procedures.

4.   Without prejudice to the rights of the defence, and according to an individual assessment by the competent authorities of the personal circumstances of the victim, Member States shall ensure that victims of trafficking in human beings receive specific treatment aimed at preventing secondary victimisation by avoiding, as far as possible and in accordance with the grounds defined by national law as well as with rules of judicial discretion, practice or guidance, the following:

(a)

unnecessary repetition of interviews during investigation, prosecution or trial;

(b)

visual contact between victims and defendants including during the giving of evidence such as interviews and cross-examination, by appropriate means including the use of appropriate communication technologies;

(c)

the giving of evidence in open court; and

(d)

unnecessary questioning concerning the victim’s private life.

Article 13

General provisions on assistance, support and protection measures for child victims of trafficking in human beings

1.   Child victims of trafficking in human beings shall be provided with assistance, support and protection. In the application of this Directive the child’s best interests shall be a primary consideration.

2.   Member States shall ensure that, where the age of a person subject to trafficking in human beings is uncertain and there are reasons to believe that the person is a child, that person is presumed to be a child in order to receive immediate access to assistance, support and protection in accordance with Articles 14 and 15.

Article 14

Assistance and support to child victims

1.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that the specific actions to assist and support child victims of trafficking in human beings, in the short and long term, in their physical and psycho-social recovery, are undertaken following an individual assessment of the special circumstances of each particular child victim, taking due account of the child’s views, needs and concerns with a view to finding a durable solution for the child. Within a reasonable time, Member States shall provide access to education for child victims and the children of victims who are given assistance and support in accordance with Article 11, in accordance with their national law.

2.   Members States shall appoint a guardian or a representative for a child victim of trafficking in human beings from the moment the child is identified by the authorities where, by national law, the holders of parental responsibility are, as a result of a conflict of interest between them and the child victim, precluded from ensuring the child’s best interest and/or from representing the child.

3.   Member States shall take measures, where appropriate and possible, to provide assistance and support to the family of a child victim of trafficking in human beings when the family is in the territory of the Member States. In particular, Member States shall, where appropriate and possible, apply Article 4 of Framework Decision 2001/220/JHA to the family.

4.   This Article shall apply without prejudice to Article 11.

Article 15

Protection of child victims of trafficking in human beings in criminal investigations and proceedings

1.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that in criminal investigations and proceedings, in accordance with the role of victims in the relevant justice system, competent authorities appoint a representative for a child victim of trafficking in human beings where, by national law, the holders of parental responsibility are precluded from representing the child as a result of a conflict of interest between them and the child victim.

2.   Member States shall, in accordance with the role of victims in the relevant justice system, ensure that child victims have access without delay to free legal counselling and to free legal representation, including for the purpose of claiming compensation, unless they have sufficient financial resources.

3.   Without prejudice to the rights of the defence, Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that in criminal investigations and proceedings in respect of any of the offences referred to in Articles 2 and 3:

(a)

interviews with the child victim take place without unjustified delay after the facts have been reported to the competent authorities;

(b)

interviews with the child victim take place, where necessary, in premises designed or adapted for that purpose;

(c)

interviews with the child victim are carried out, where necessary, by or through professionals trained for that purpose;

(d)

the same persons, if possible and where appropriate, conduct all the interviews with the child victim;

(e)

the number of interviews is as limited as possible and interviews are carried out only where strictly necessary for the purposes of criminal investigations and proceedings;

(f)

the child victim may be accompanied by a representative or, where appropriate, an adult of the child’s choice, unless a reasoned decision has been made to the contrary in respect of that person.

4.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that in criminal investigations of any of the offences referred to in Articles 2 and 3 all interviews with a child victim or, where appropriate, with a child witness, may be video recorded and that such video recorded interviews may be used as evidence in criminal court proceedings, in accordance with the rules under their national law.

5.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that in criminal court proceedings relating to any of the offences referred to in Articles 2 and 3, it may be ordered that:

(a)

the hearing take place without the presence of the public; and

(b)

the child victim be heard in the courtroom without being present, in particular, through the use of appropriate communication technologies.

6.   This Article shall apply without prejudice to Article 12.

Article 16

Assistance, support and protection for unaccompanied child victims of trafficking in human beings

1.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that the specific actions to assist and support child victims of trafficking in human beings, as referred to in Article 14(1), take due account of the personal and special circumstances of the unaccompanied child victim.

2.   Member States shall take the necessary measures with a view to finding a durable solution based on an individual assessment of the best interests of the child.

3.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that, where appropriate, a guardian is appointed to unaccompanied child victims of trafficking in human beings.

4.   Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that, in criminal investigations and proceedings, in accordance with the role of victims in the relevant justice system, competent authorities appoint a representative where the child is unaccompanied or separated from its family.

5.   This Article shall apply without prejudice to Articles 14 and 15.

Article 17

Compensation to victims

Member States shall ensure that victims of trafficking in human beings have access to existing schemes of compensation to victims of violent crimes of intent.

Article 18

Prevention

1.   Member States shall take appropriate measures, such as education and training, to discourage and reduce the demand that fosters all forms of exploitation related to trafficking in human beings.

2.   Member States shall take appropriate action, including through the Internet, such as information and awareness-raising campaigns, research and education programmes, where appropriate in cooperation with relevant civil society organisations and other stakeholders, aimed at raising awareness and reducing the risk of people, especially children, becoming victims of trafficking in human beings.

3.   Member States shall promote regular training for officials likely to come into contact with victims or potential victims of trafficking in human beings, including front-line police officers, aimed at enabling them to identify and deal with victims and potential victims of trafficking in human beings.

4.   In order to make the preventing and combating of trafficking in human beings more effective by discouraging demand, Member States shall consider taking measures to establish as a criminal offence the use of services which are the objects of exploitation as referred to in Article 2, with the knowledge that the person is a victim of an offence referred to in Article 2.

Article 19

National rapporteurs or equivalent mechanisms

Member States shall take the necessary measures to establish national rapporteurs or equivalent mechanisms. The tasks of such mechanisms shall include the carrying out of assessments of trends in trafficking in human beings, the measuring of results of anti-trafficking actions, including the gathering of statistics in close cooperation with relevant civil society organisations active in this field, and reporting.

Article 20

Coordination of the Union strategy against trafficking in human beings

In order to contribute to a coordinated and consolidated Union strategy against trafficking in human beings, Member States shall facilitate the tasks of an anti-trafficking coordinator (ATC). In particular, Member States shall transmit to the ATC the information referred to in Article 19, on the basis of which the ATC shall contribute to reporting carried out by the Commission every two years on the progress made in the fight against trafficking in human beings.

Article 21

Replacement of Framework Decision 2002/629/JHA

Framework Decision 2002/629/JHA on combating trafficking in human beings is hereby replaced in relation to Member States participating in the adoption of this Directive, without prejudice to the obligations of the Member States relating to the time limit for transposition of the Framework Decision into national law.

In relation to Member States participating in the adoption of this Directive, references to the Framework Decision 2002/629/JHA shall be construed as references to this Directive.

Article 22

Transposition

1.   Member States shall bring into force the laws, regulations and administrative provisions necessary to comply with this Directive by 6 April 2013.

2.   Member States shall transmit to the Commission the text of the provisions transposing into their national law the obligations imposed on them under this Directive.

3.   When Member States adopt these measures, they shall contain a reference to this Directive or shall be accompanied by such a reference on the occasion of their official publication. The methods of making such reference shall be laid down by the Member States.

Article 23

Reporting

1.   The Commission shall, by 6 April 2015, submit a report to the European Parliament and the Council, assessing the extent to which the Member States have taken the necessary measures in order to comply with this Directive, including a description of action taken under Article 18(4), accompanied, if necessary, by legislative proposals.

2.   The Commission shall, by 6 April 2016, submit a report to the European Parliament and the Council, assessing the impact of existing national law, establishing as a criminal offence the use of services which are the objects of exploitation of trafficking in human beings, on the prevention of trafficking in human beings, accompanied, if necessary, by adequate proposals.

Article 24

Entry into force

This Directive shall enter into force on the day of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

Article 25

Addressees

This Directive is addressed to the Member States in accordance with the Treaties.

Done at Strasbourg, 5 April 2011.

For the European Parliament

The President

J. BUZEK

For the Council

The President

GYŐRI E.


(1)  Opinion of 21 October 2010 (not yet published in the Official Journal).

(2)  Position of the European Parliament of 14 December 2010 (not yet published in the Official Journal) and decision of the Council of 21 March 2011.

(3)  OJ L 203, 1.8.2002, p. 1.

(4)  OJ C 311, 9.12.2005, p. 1.

(5)  OJ C 115, 4.5.2010, p. 1.

(6)  OJ L 328, 15.12.2009, p. 42.

(7)  OJ L 261, 6.8.2004, p. 19.

(8)  OJ L 168, 30.6.2009, p. 24.

(9)  OJ L 190, 18.7.2002, p. 1.

(10)  OJ L 182, 5.7.2001, p. 1.

(11)  OJ L 68, 15.3.2005, p. 49.

(12)  OJ L 158, 30.4.2004, p. 77.

(13)  OJ L 82, 22.3.2001, p. 1.

(14)  OJ C 321, 31.12.2003, p. 1.

(15)  OJ L 300, 11.11.2008, p. 42.

(16)  OJ L 304, 30.9.2004, p. 12.

(17)  OJ L 326, 13.12.2005, p. 13.


II Non-legislative acts

REGULATIONS

15.4.2011   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 101/12


COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) No 366/2011

of 14 April 2011

amending Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) as regards Annex XVII (Acrylamide)

(Text with EEA relevance)

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2006 concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH), establishing a European Chemicals Agency, amending Directive 1999/45/EC and repealing Council Regulation (EEC) No 793/93 and Commission Regulation (EC) No 1488/94 as well as Council Directive 76/769/EEC and Commission Directives 91/155/EEC, 93/67/EEC, 93/105/EC and 2000/21/EC (1), and in particular Article 131 thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Acrylamide is classified as a carcinogenic category 1B and mutagenic category 1B substance. Its risks were evaluated in accordance with Council Regulation (EEC) No 793/93 of 23 March 1993 on the evaluation and control of the risks of existing substances (2).

(2)

The results of the European risk assessment concluded that there was a need to limit the risk to the aquatic compartment from use of acrylamide based grouts in construction applications, and risk to other organisms from indirect exposure through contaminated water from the same application. Furthermore, concerns for workers and humans exposed via the environment were raised in view of the carcinogenic and mutagenic nature of acrylamide and for its neurotoxicity and reproductive toxicity as a consequence of exposure arising from small and large-scale use of acrylamide based grouts.

(3)

Commission Recommendation 2004/394/EC of 29 April 2004 on the results of the risk evaluation and the risk reduction strategies for the substances: Acetonitrile; Acrylamide; Acrylonitrile; Acrylic acid; Butadiene; Hydrogen fluoride; Hydrogen peroxide; Methacrylic acid; Methyl methacrylate; Toluene; Trichlorobenzene (3), adopted within the framework of Regulation (EEC) No 793/93, recommended consideration at Union level of marketing and use restrictions in Council Directive 76/769/EEC of 27 July 1976 on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to restrictions on the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations (4), for the use of acrylamide in grouts for small and large-scale applications.

(4)

The limit value of 0,1 % of acrylamide is included to cover other sources of free acrylamide in the grouting process such as from N-methylolacrylamide, as indicated in Recommendation 2004/394/EC.

(5)

In order to protect human health and the environment, it is therefore necessary to restrict the placing on the market and the use of acrylamide in grouts and for all grouting applications.

(6)

In accordance with the provisions on transitional measures in Article 137(1)a of REACH, it is necessary to amend Annex XVII to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006.

(7)

The measures provided for in this Regulation are in accordance with the opinion of the Committee established under Article 133 of Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

Annex XVII to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 is amended in accordance with the Annex to this Regulation.

Article 2

This Regulation shall enter into force on the 20th day following its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 14 April 2011.

For the Commission

The President

José Manuel BARROSO


(1)  OJ L 396, 30.12.2006, p. 1.

(2)  OJ L 84, 5.4.1993, p. 1.

(3)  OJ L 144, 30.4.2004, p. 72.

(4)  OJ L 262, 27.9.1976, p. 201.


ANNEX

In the table of Annex XVII to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006, the following entry 60 is added:

‘60.

Acrylamide

CAS No 79-06-1

Shall not be placed on the market or used as a substance or constituent of mixtures in a concentration, equal to or greater than 0,1 % by weight for grouting applications after 5 November 2012.’


15.4.2011   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 101/14


COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) No 367/2011

of 12 April 2011

establishing a prohibition of fishing for deep-sea sharks in EU and international waters of V, VI, VII, VIII and IX by vessels flying the flag of Portugal

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Council Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009 of 20 November 2009 establishing a Community control system for ensuring compliance with the rules of the common fisheries policy (1), and in particular Article 36(2) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Council Regulation (EU) No 1225/2010 of 13 December 2010 fixing for 2011 and 2012 the fishing opportunities for EU vessels for fish stocks of certain deep-sea fish species (2) lays down quotas for 2011 and 2012.

(2)

According to the information received by the Commission, catches of the stock referred to in the Annex to this Regulation by vessels flying the flag of or registered in the Member State referred to therein have exhausted the quota allocated for 2011.

(3)

It is therefore necessary to prohibit fishing activities for that stock,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

Quota exhaustion

The fishing quota allocated to the Member State referred to in the Annex to this Regulation for the stock referred to therein for 2011 shall be deemed to be exhausted from the date set out in that Annex.

Article 2

Prohibitions

Fishing activities for the stock referred to in the Annex to this Regulation by vessels flying the flag of or registered in the Member State referred to therein shall be prohibited from the date set out in that Annex. In particular it shall be prohibited to retain on board, relocate, tranship or land fish from that stock caught by those vessels after that date.

Article 3

Entry into force

This Regulation shall enter into force on the day following its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 12 April 2011.

For the Commission, On behalf of the President,

Lowri EVANS

Director-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries


(1)  OJ L 343, 22.12.2009, p. 1.

(2)  OJ L 336, 21.12.2010, p. 1.


ANNEX

No

7/DSS

Member State

PORTUGAL

Stock

DWS/56789-

Species

Deep-sea sharks

Zone

EU and international waters of V, VI, VII, VIII and IX

Date

7 March 2011


15.4.2011   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 101/16


COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) No 368/2011

of 12 April 2011

establishing a prohibition of fishing for northern prawn in Norwegian waters south of 62° N by vessels flying the flag of Sweden

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Council Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009 of 20 November 2009 establishing a Community control system for ensuring compliance with the rules of the common fisheries policy (1), and in particular Article 36(2) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Council Regulation (EU) No 57/2011 of 18 January 2011 fixing for 2011 the fishing opportunities for certain fish stocks and groups of fish stocks, applicable in EU waters and, for EU vessels, in certain non-EU waters (2), lays down quotas for 2011.

(2)

According to the information received by the Commission, catches of the stock referred to in the Annex to this Regulation by vessels flying the flag of or registered in the Member State referred to therein have exhausted the quota allocated for 2011.

(3)

It is therefore necessary to prohibit fishing activities for that stock,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

Quota exhaustion

The fishing quota allocated to the Member State referred to in the Annex to this Regulation for the stock referred to therein for 2011 shall be deemed to be exhausted from the date set out in that Annex.

Article 2

Prohibitions

Fishing activities for the stock referred to in the Annex to this Regulation by vessels flying the flag of or registered in the Member State referred to therein shall be prohibited from the date set out in that Annex. In particular it shall be prohibited to retain on board, relocate, tranship or land fish from that stock caught by those vessels after that date.

Article 3

Entry into force

This Regulation shall enter into force on the day following its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 12 April 2011.

For the Commission, On behalf of the President,

Lowri EVANS

Director-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries


(1)  OJ L 343, 22.12.2009, p. 1.

(2)  OJ L 24, 27.1.2011, p. 1.


ANNEX

No

8/T&Q

Member State

SWEDEN

Stock

PRA/04-N.

Species

Northern prawn (Pandalus borealis)

Zone

Norwegian waters south of 62° N

Date

28 March 2011


15.4.2011   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 101/18


COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) No 369/2011

of 14 April 2011

establishing the standard import values for determining the entry price of certain fruit and vegetables

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Council Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 of 22 October 2007 establishing a common organisation of agricultural markets and on specific provisions for certain agricultural products (Single CMO Regulation) (1),

Having regard to Commission Regulation (EC) No 1580/2007 of 21 December 2007 laying down implementing rules for Council Regulations (EC) No 2200/96, (EC) No 2201/96 and (EC) No 1182/2007 in the fruit and vegetable sector (2), and in particular Article 138(1) thereof,

Whereas:

Regulation (EC) No 1580/2007 lays down, pursuant to the outcome of the Uruguay Round multilateral trade negotiations, the criteria whereby the Commission fixes the standard values for imports from third countries, in respect of the products and periods stipulated in Annex XV, Part A thereto,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

The standard import values referred to in Article 138 of Regulation (EC) No 1580/2007 are fixed in the Annex hereto.

Article 2

This Regulation shall enter into force on 15 April 2011.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 14 April 2011.

For the Commission, On behalf of the President,

José Manuel SILVA RODRÍGUEZ

Director-General for Agriculture and Rural Development


(1)  OJ L 299, 16.11.2007, p. 1.

(2)  OJ L 350, 31.12.2007, p. 1.


ANNEX

Standard import values for determining the entry price of certain fruit and vegetables

(EUR/100 kg)

CN code

Third country code (1)

Standard import value

0702 00 00

EG

74,4

JO

78,3

MA

52,8

TN

113,1

TR

90,4

ZZ

81,8

0707 00 05

EG

152,2

TR

144,2

ZZ

148,2

0709 90 70

MA

82,8

TR

107,9

ZA

13,0

ZZ

67,9

0805 10 20

EG

61,1

IL

72,5

MA

49,6

TN

48,0

TR

73,9

ZZ

61,0

0805 50 10

EG

53,5

TR

47,9

ZZ

50,7

0808 10 80

AR

82,1

BR

83,8

CA

114,9

CL

89,6

CN

91,3

MK

47,7

NZ

110,1

US

121,7

UY

57,7

ZA

81,1

ZZ

88,0

0808 20 50

AR

89,7

CL

110,8

CN

70,7

ZA

90,9

ZZ

90,5


(1)  Nomenclature of countries laid down by Commission Regulation (EC) No 1833/2006 (OJ L 354, 14.12.2006, p. 19). Code ‘ZZ’ stands for ‘of other origin’.


DIRECTIVES

15.4.2011   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 101/20


COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING DIRECTIVE 2011/46/EU

of 14 April 2011

amending Council Directive 91/414/EEC to include hexythiazox as active substance and amending Commission Decision 2008/934/EC

(Text with EEA relevance)

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Council Directive 91/414/EEC of 15 July 1991 concerning the placing of plant protection products on the market (1), and in particular Article 6(1) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Commission Regulations (EC) No 451/2000 (2) and (EC) No 1490/2002 (3) lay down the detailed rules for the implementation of the third stage of the programme of work referred to in Article 8(2) of Directive 91/414/EEC and establish a list of active substances to be assessed, with a view to their possible inclusion in Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC. That list included hexythiazox.

(2)

In accordance with Article 11e of Regulation (EC) No 1490/2002 the notifier withdrew its support of the inclusion of that active substance in Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC within 2 months from receipt of the draft assessment report. Consequently, Commission Decision 2008/934/EC of 5 December 2008 concerning the non-inclusion of certain active substances in Annex I to Council Directive 91/414/EEC and the withdrawal of authorisations for plant protection products containing these substances (4) was adopted on the non-inclusion of hexythiazox.

(3)

Pursuant to Article 6(2) of Directive 91/414/EEC the original notifier (hereinafter ‘the applicant’) submitted a new application requesting the accelerated procedure to be applied, as provided for in Articles 14 to 19 of Commission Regulation (EC) No 33/2008 of 17 January 2008 laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Directive 91/414/EEC as regards a regular and an accelerated procedure for the assessment of active substances which were part of the programme of work referred to in Article 8(2) of that Directive but have not been included into its Annex I (5).

(4)

The application was submitted to Finland, which had been designated rapporteur Member State by Regulation (EC) No 1490/2002. The time period for the accelerated procedure was respected. The specification of the active substance and the supported uses are the same as were the subject of Decision 2008/934/EC. That application also complies with the remaining substantive and procedural requirements of Article 15 of Regulation (EC) No 33/2008.

(5)

Finland evaluated the additional data submitted by the applicant and prepared an additional report. It communicated that report to the European Food Safety Authority (hereinafter ‘the Authority’) and to the Commission on 20 October 2009. The Authority communicated the additional report to the other Member States and the applicant for comments and forwarded the comments it had received to the Commission. In accordance with Article 20(1) of Regulation (EC) No 33/2008 and at the request of the Commission, the Authority presented its conclusion on hexythiazox to the Commission on 7 September 2010 (6). The draft assessment report, the additional report and the conclusion of the Authority were reviewed by the Member States and the Commission within the Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health and finalised on 11 March 2011 in the format of the Commission review report for hexythiazox.

(6)

It has appeared from the various examinations made that plant protection products containing hexythiazox may be expected to satisfy, in general, the requirements laid down in Article 5(1)(a) and (b) of Directive 91/414/EEC, in particular with regard to the uses which have been examined and detailed in the Commission review report. It is therefore appropriate to include hexythiazox in Annex I, in order to ensure that in all Member States the authorisations of plant protection products containing this active substance can be granted in accordance with the provisions of that Directive.

(7)

Without prejudice to that conclusion, it is appropriate to obtain further information on certain specific points. Article 6(1) of Directive 91/414/EC provides that inclusion of a substance in Annex I may be subject to conditions. Therefore, it is appropriate to require that the applicant submit information confirming the risk assessment for the toxicological relevance and the potential occurrence of the metabolite PT-1-3 (7) in processed commodities, the potential adverse effects of hexythiazox on bee brood and the possible impact of the preferential degradation and/or conversion of the mixture of isomers on the worker risk assessment, the consumer risk assessment and the environment.

(8)

A reasonable period should be allowed to elapse before an active substance is included in Annex I in order to permit Member States and the interested parties to prepare themselves to meet the new requirements which will result from the inclusion.

(9)

Without prejudice to the obligations defined by Directive 91/414/EEC as a consequence of including an active substance in Annex I, Member States should be allowed a period of 6 months after inclusion to review existing authorisations of plant protection products containing hexythiazox to ensure that the requirements laid down by Directive 91/414/EEC, in particular in its Article 13 and the relevant conditions set out in Annex I, are satisfied. Member States should vary, replace or withdraw, as appropriate, existing authorisations, in accordance with the provisions of Directive 91/414/EEC. By derogation from the above deadline, a longer period should be provided for the submission and assessment of the complete Annex III dossier of each plant protection product for each intended use in accordance with the uniform principles laid down in Directive 91/414/EEC.

(10)

The experience gained from previous inclusions in Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC of active substances assessed in the framework of Commission Regulation (EEC) No 3600/92 of 11 December 1992 laying down the detailed rules for the implementation of the first stage of the programme of work referred to in Article 8(2) of Council Directive 91/414/EEC concerning the placing of plant protection products on the market (8) has shown that difficulties can arise in interpreting the duties of holders of existing authorisations in relation to access to data. In order to avoid further difficulties it therefore appears necessary to clarify the duties of the Member States, especially the duty to verify that the holder of an authorisation demonstrates access to a dossier satisfying the requirements of Annex II to that Directive. However, this clarification does not impose any new obligations on Member States or holders of authorisations compared to the Directives which have been adopted until now amending Annex I.

(11)

It is therefore appropriate to amend Directive 91/414/EEC accordingly.

(12)

Decision 2008/934/EC provides for the non-inclusion of hexythiazox and the withdrawal of authorisations for plant protection products containing that substance by 31 December 2011. It is necessary to delete the line concerning hexythiazox in the Annex to that Decision.

(13)

It is therefore appropriate to amend Decision 2008/934/EC accordingly.

(14)

The measures provided for in this Directive are in accordance with the opinion of the Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health,

HAS ADOPTED THIS DIRECTIVE:

Article 1

Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC is amended as set out in the Annex to this Directive.

Article 2

The line concerning hexythiazox in the Annex to Decision 2008/934/EC is deleted.

Article 3

Member States shall adopt and publish by 30 November 2011 at the latest the laws, regulations and administrative provisions necessary to comply with this Directive. They shall forthwith communicate to the Commission the text of those provisions and a correlation table between those provisions and this Directive.

They shall apply those provisions from 1 December 2011.

When Member States adopt those provisions, they shall contain a reference to this Directive or be accompanied by such a reference on the occasion of their official publication. Member States shall determine how such reference is to be made.

Article 4

1.   Member States shall in accordance with Directive 91/414/EEC, where necessary, amend or withdraw existing authorisations for plant protection products containing hexythiazox as an active substance by 30 November 2011.

By that date they shall in particular verify that the conditions in Annex I to that Directive relating to hexythiazox are met, with the exception of those identified in part B of the entry concerning that active substance, and that the holder of the authorisation has, or has access to, a dossier satisfying the requirements of Annex II to that Directive in accordance with the conditions of Article 13 of that Directive.

2.   By way of derogation from paragraph 1, for each authorised plant protection product containing hexythiazox as either the only active substance or as one of several active substances all of which were listed in Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC by 31 May 2011 at the latest, Member States shall re-evaluate the product in accordance with the uniform principles provided for in Annex VI to Directive 91/414/EEC, on the basis of a dossier satisfying the requirements of Annex III to that Directive and taking into account part B of the entry in Annex I to that Directive concerning hexythiazox. On the basis of that evaluation, they shall determine whether the product satisfies the conditions set out in Article 4(1)(b), (c), (d) and (e) of Directive 91/414/EEC.

Following that determination Member States shall:

(a)

in the case of a product containing hexythiazox as the only active substance, where necessary, amend or withdraw the authorisation by 31 May 2015 at the latest; or

(b)

in the case of a product containing hexythiazox as one of several active substances, where necessary, amend or withdraw the authorisation by 31 May 2015 or by the date fixed for such an amendment or withdrawal in the respective Directive or Directives which added the relevant substance or substances to Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC, whichever is the latest.

Article 5

This Directive shall enter into force on 1 June 2011.

Article 6

This Directive is addressed to the Member States.

Done at Brussels, 14 April 2011.

For the Commission

The President

José Manuel BARROSO


(1)  OJ L 230, 19.8.1991, p. 1.

(2)  OJ L 55, 29.2.2000, p. 25.

(3)  OJ L 224, 21.8.2002, p. 23.

(4)  OJ L 333, 11.12.2008, p. 11.

(5)  OJ L 15, 18.1.2008, p. 5.

(6)  European Food Safety Authority; Conclusion on the peer review of the pesticide risk assessment of the active substance hexythiazox. EFSA Journal 2010; 8(9):1722. [78 pp.]. doi:10.2903/j.efsa.2010.1722. Available online: www.efsa.europa.eu

(7)  (4S,5S)-5-(4-chlorophenyl)-4-methyl-1,3-thiazolidin-2-one and (4R,5R)-5-(4-chlorophenyl)-4-methyl- 1,3-thiazolidin-2-one.

(8)  OJ L 366, 15.12.1992, p. 10.


ANNEX

The following entry shall be added at the end of the table in Annex I to Directive 91/414/EEC:

No

Common name, identification numbers

IUPAC name

Purity (1)

Entry into force

Expiration of inclusion

Specific provisions

‘343

Hexythiazox

CAS No 78587-05-0

CIPAC No 439

(4RS,5RS)-5-(4-chlorophenyl)-N-cyclohexyl-4-methyl-2-oxo-1,3-thiazolidine-3-carboxamide

≥ 976 g/kg

(1:1 mixture of (4R, 5R) and (4S, 5S))

1 June 2011

31 May 2021

PART A

Only uses as acaricide may be authorised.

PART B

For the implementation of the uniform principles of Annex VI, the conclusions of the review report on hexythiazox, and in particular Appendices I and II thereof, as finalised in the Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health on 11 March 2011 shall be taken into account.

In this overall assessment Member States shall pay particular attention to:

the protection of aquatic organisms. Conditions of use shall include risk mitigation measures, where appropriate,

the operators and workers safety. Conditions of use shall include protective measures, where appropriate.

The Member States concerned shall request the submission of confirmatory information as regards:

(a)

the toxicological relevance of the metabolite PT-1-3 (2);

(b)

the potential occurrence of the metabolite PT-1-3 in processed commodities;

(c)

the potential adverse effects of hexythiazox on bee brood;

(d)

the possible impact of the preferential degradation and/or conversion of the mixture of isomers on the worker risk assessment, the consumer risk assessment and the environment.

The Member States concerned shall ensure that the applicant submits to the Commission the information set out in points (a), (b) and (c) by 31 May 2013 and the information set out in point (d) 2 years after the adoption of specific guidance.’


(1)  Further details on identity and specification of active substance are provided in the review report.

(2)  (4S,5S)-5-(4-chlorophenyl)-4-methyl-1,3-thiazolidin-2-one and (4R,5R)-5-(4-chlorophenyl)-4-methyl-1,3-thiazolidin-2-one.


DECISIONS

15.4.2011   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 101/24


COUNCIL DECISION 2011/239/CFSP

of 12 April 2011

amending Decision 2010/232/CFSP renewing restrictive measures against Burma/Myanmar

THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION,

Having regard to the Treaty on European Union, and in particular Article 29 thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

On 26 April 2010, the Council adopted Decision 2010/232/CFSP renewing restrictive measures against Burma/Myanmar (1).

(2)

In view of the situation in Burma/Myanmar, in particular the electoral process in 2010 which was not judged to be compatible with internationally accepted standards and continuing concerns about the respect of human rights and fundamental freedoms in the country, the restrictive measures provided for in Decision 2010/232/CFSP should be extended for a further period of 12 months.

(3)

The lists of persons and enterprises subject to the restrictive measures, set out in Decision 2010/232/CFSP, should be amended in order to take account of changes in the Government, the security forces and the administration in Burma/Myanmar, as well as changes in the personal situation of the individuals concerned; the list of enterprises that are owned or controlled by the regime in Burma/Myanmar or by persons associated with the regime as well as the list of entities set out in Annex I to Decision 2010/232/CFSP should also be updated.

(4)

However, in order to encourage future progress in civilian governance and to strengthen democracy and respect for human rights, the restrictive measures should be suspended for 12 months for new members of the Government with no affiliation to the military or who are essential for dialogue with the international community to pursue the interests of the European Union.

(5)

In addition, the suspension of high-level bilateral governmental visits to Burma/Myanmar should be lifted until 30 April 2012 with a view to encouraging dialogue with relevant parties in Burma/Myanmar.

(6)

The Council will regularly re-examine the situation in Burma/Myanmar and evaluate any improvements which the authorities may have made towards respect for democratic values and human rights.

(7)

Further action by the Union is needed in order to implement certain measures,

HAS ADOPTED THIS DECISION:

Article 1

Decision 2010/232/CFSP is hereby amended as follows:

(1)

Article 4 is replaced by the following:

‘Article 4

1.   The purchase, import or transport from Burma/Myanmar into the Union of the following products shall be prohibited:

(a)

round logs, timber and timber products;

(b)

gold, tin, iron, copper, tungsten, silver, coal, lead, manganese, nickel and zinc;

(c)

precious and semi-precious stones, including diamonds, rubies, sapphires, jade and emeralds.

2.   The prohibition in paragraph 1 shall not apply to humanitarian aid projects and programmes or to non-humanitarian aid or development projects and programmes conducted in Burma/Myanmar in support of the objectives described in Article 8(2)(a), (b) and (c).’;

(2)

Article 8 is replaced by the following:

‘Article 8

1.   Non-humanitarian aid or development programmes shall be suspended.

2.   Paragraph 1 shall not apply to projects and programmes in support of:

(a)

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

(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.

Projects and programmes should, as far as possible, be defined and evaluated in consultation with civil society and all democratic groups, including the National League for Democracy. They should be implemented through UN agencies, non-governmental organisations, Member State agencies and international organisations as well as through decentralised cooperation with local civilian administrations.

In this context, the European Union will continue to engage with the Government of Burma/Myanmar over its responsibility to make greater efforts to attain the UN Millennium Development Goals.’;

(3)

Article 9(1) is replaced by the following:

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

(a)

senior members of the former 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;

(b)

senior serving members of the Burmese military and members of their families;

(c)

persons associated with the persons referred to in points (a) and (b),

being the natural persons listed in Annex II.’;

(4)

Article 10(1) is replaced by the following:

‘1.   All funds and economic resources belonging to, owned, held or controlled by:

(a)

senior members of the former 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;

(b)

senior serving members of the Burmese military and members of their families;

(c)

natural or legal persons, entities or bodies associated with persons referred to in points (a) and (b),

as listed in Annex II, shall be frozen.’;

(5)

Article 11 is deleted;

(6)

in Article 13, the following paragraphs are added:

‘The Council shall communicate its decision, including the grounds for the listing, to the natural or legal person, entity or body concerned, either directly, if the address is known, or through the publication of a notice, providing such person, entity or body with an opportunity to present observations.

Where observations are submitted, or where substantial new evidence is presented, the Council shall review its decision and inform the person, entity or body concerned accordingly.’;

(7)

the following Article is added:

‘Article 13a

1.   Annex II shall include the grounds for listing the natural and legal persons, entities and bodies.

2.   Annex II shall also contain, where available, the information necessary to identify the natural and legal persons, entities or bodies concerned. With regard to natural persons, such information may include names, including aliases, date and place of birth, nationality, passport and ID card numbers, gender, address if known, and function or profession. With regard to legal persons, entities or bodies, such information may include names, place and date of registration, registration number and place of business.’;

(8)

Article 15 is replaced by the following:

‘Article 15

1.   This Decision shall enter into force on the date of its adoption.

2.   This Decision shall apply until 30 April 2012.

3.   The measures referred to in Article 9(1) and in Article 10(1) and (2), insofar as they apply to persons listed in Annex IV, shall be suspended until 30 April 2012.’.

Article 2

1.   Annexes I, II and III to Decision 2010/232/CFSP are hereby replaced by the text set out in Annexes I, II and III respectively to this Decision.

2.   Annex IV to this Decision shall be added as Annex IV to Decision 2010/232/CFSP.

Article 3

This Decision shall enter into force on the date of its adoption.

Done at Luxembourg, 12 April 2011.

For the Council

The President

C. ASHTON


(1)  OJ L 105, 27.4.2010, p. 22.


ANNEX I

List of enterprises referred to in Articles 3(2)(b), 5 and 14

WOOD & LUMBER

 

Name

Date of listing

19.11.2007

1.

Alkemal Representative Office,

142 A Dharmazedi Rd, Bahan, Yangon

 

2.

Asia Wood Co Ltd

24 Myawaddy Min Gyi St, Industrial Zone (4) Hlaing Tha Yar, Yangon

 

3.

Aung Chanthar

1018 Myittar St, Ward 9, SOKAA, Yangon

 

4.

Aung Gonyi

9B Ngwe Kyar Yan Yeithka, SOKAA, Yangon

 

5.

Aung Khant Phyo Coop Ltd

144A Kyaikwine Pagoda Rd, Ward 3, MYGNN, Yangon

 

6.

Aung Khin & Sons

1-3, Thikhwa Pan St, Cor of Zaygyi St, KMDGG, Yangon

 

7.

Aung Kyin

11 Mani MaybKhalar St, KMDGG, Yangon

 

8.

Aung Thein Bo Manufacturing Co Ltd

30 Salin St, Kyeemyindaing

Yangon

 

9.

Aung Zeya

33 Seikkan Industrial Zone, HLTAA, Yangon

 

10.

Aye Myittar

67 Theingyi St, KMDGG, Yangon

 

11.

Aye Myittar

1820/21-22 P. Moe Nin St, HLTAA, Yangon

 

12.

Beautiful Wood Industry Co Ltd

251, Room 5, Maha Bandoola St, Cor of 46th St, BTHHGG, Yangon

 

13.

C.D. Industries & Construction Co Ltd

105(b) Parami Road, Mayangon, Yangon

 

14.

Century Dragon Co Ltd

3-5 Min Gyi Maha Min Gaung St, Industrial Zone (2), Hlaing Tha Yar, Yangon

 

15.

Chantha

Rm 3, Cor of Waizayandar Rd & Thitsar Rd, SOKAA, Yangon

 

16.

Coffer Manufacturing Co Ltd

Rm (803), 8th floor, Myaing Hay Wun Condo, Kyaik Wine Pagoda Road, Mayangon, Yangon

 

17.

Dagon Timber Ltd,

262-264, Rm A03-01, Dagon Centtre, Pyay RD, Myayangone, Sanchaung, Yangon

 

18.

Diamond Mercury Co Ltd

Bldg 2, Rm 21/22, Pyay Rd, 8th mile junction, Mayangon, Yangon

 

19.

Diamond Mercury Wood Products Ltd

Plot 42-98, Sethmu 6th St, Industrial Zone, (1), SPTAA, Yangon

 

20.

Family

798, 10th St, Myothit Ward (B), Insein, Yangon

 

21.

Flying Tiger Wood Industry Ltd,

171-173, 51st St, Pazundaung, Yangon

 

22.

Forest Products Joint Venture Corporation Ltd

422-426 Strand Rd, FJV Commercial Centre, Botahtaung, Yangon

 

23.

Friend

300 A-B, Yarzardirit St, Ward 72, SDGNN, Yangon

 

24.

Fudak Enterprise Co Ltd

120 De Pae Yin Wun Htauk U Mye St, Industrial Zone 2, Hlaing Tha Yar, Yangon

 

25.

Good Myanmar Trading Co Ltd

60-B Aung Myay Thasi Ave, Kamayut, Yangon

 

26.

Green Gold Industrial Co Ltd

209 Than Thu Mar Rd, 23 Ward, Thingankyunm, Yangon

 

27.

Hi-Tech Forest Industries Co Ltd

216/222 Rm 7B, Maha Bandoola St, Bo Myet Hu Housing, Pazundaung, Yangon

 

28.

Hla Shwe, U & Family

18/19 64 Ward, Industrial Zone 2, South Dagon, Yangon

 

29.

Hong Kong Nu San International Co Ltd

120 (twin-B), Waizayanda Housing Complex, Waizayanda Rd, TGKNN, Yangon

 

30.

Htay

145 Kanaung Lane (7) NOKAA, Yangon

 

31.

Htoo Furniture, aka Htoo Wood Products, aka Htoo Wood based Industry,

aka Htoo Wood

21 Thukha Waddy Rd, Yankin Township, Yangon

 

32.

Htoo Trading Co Ltd

5 Pyay Rd, Hlaing, Yangon

 

33.

Khaing Su Thu Trading and Inustrial Co Ltd

205 Myin Wun U Aung Thu St, Industrial Zone 2, Hlaing Tha Yar, Yangon

 

34.

Khine Industries

42 Ba Maw Ah in Wun St, Industrial Zone 3, Hlaing Tha Yar, Yangon

 

35.

Khine International Co Ltd

116/8 15th St, LMDWW, Yangon

 

36.

Kyi Kyi Saw Mill & Wood Trading

55 Thameinbayan RD, Tamwe, Yangon

 

37.

Lay Pyay Hnyin Manufacturing co Ltd168 Set Hmu 1st Street, Industrial Zone 1

Shwe Pyi Tha, Yangon

 

38.

Lin Shing Co Ltd (Myanmar)

42-93 Khayay St, Cor of Sethmu 6th St, Ind Zone (1), SPTAA, Yangon

 

39.

Lin Win Co Ltd

89 Hnin Si Kone Rd, Ahlone, Yangon

 

40.

Maha Nandar Co Ltd

90 Thudhamar St, NOKAA, Yangon

 

41.

Master Timber Excel Ltd

146a pyay Rd, 9th mile, Mayangon, Yangon

 

42.

Master Timber Exel Ltd (KLN Group)

282, Room 8, 1st floor, Seikkantha St, KTDAA, Yangon

 

43.

Miba Gon Shein

709, Cor of Hlawga St, Ward 21 SDGNN, Yangon

 

44.

Mingala Family

107 Thumana St, South Ward 2, TKAA, Yangon

 

45.

Myanmar Channel Quest International Co Ltd

42-242 Kanaung Myinthar Gyi 4th St, Ind Zone (1), SPTAA, Yangon

 

46.

Myanmar Forest Timber Association

504-506, Merchant St., Kyauktada Tsp, Yangon

 

47.

Myanmar May Kaung Wood Based Industry Co Ltd

288-290, 0905 MWEA Tower, Shwedagon Pagoda Rd, Dagon, Yangon

 

48.

Myanmar Shwe Hintha International Co Ltd

226, Blk 18, Bo Tayza St, shwe Paukkan Ind Zone, NOKAA, Yangon

 

49.

Myanmar Singh Ltd

18-20 Botahtaung Lane (4), Botahtaung, Yangon

 

50.

Myanmar Touchwood Ltd

805, 37 La Pyat Wun Plaza, Alan Pya Pagoda Rd, Dagon, Yangon

 

51.

Myanmar WoodMart Co Ltd

Room 504, Bldg 29, Shine Tower II, Gyo Phyu St, MTNTT, Yangon

 

52.

Myitmakha International Trading Ltd

19-20 Bahosi Complex, Bogyoke Aung San Rd, LMDWW, Yangon

 

53.

Myo Nwe Thit Trading Co Ltd

147 (G/F), 47th St, Botahtaung, Yangon

 

54.

Myotaw

492-493 Sethmu Zone Patt St, Ind Zone 2, Ward 64, SDGNN, Yangon

 

55.

Nay Chi Tun Family

4 Thumingalar RD, TGKNN, Yangon

 

56.

Nay Chi Tun Family,

729 Laydauntkan St, TGKNN, Yangon

 

57.

New Brothers Co Ltd

302a Set Hmu 1st Street, Industrial Zone 1, Shwe Pyi Tha Yangon

 

58.

New Telesonic Co Ltd

94 Than Chat Wun U Nyunt St, Dagon Port Ind City, Zone 1, SPTAA, Yangon

 

59.

New Telesonic Wood & General Trading

218 (B) 36th St, KTDAA, Yangon

 

60.

Ngwe Zaw,

728 Ayarwaddy St, Ind Zone 2, SDGNN, Yangon

 

61.

Nightingale Co Ltd

221 Botahtung Pagoda Rd, Pazundaung, Yangon

 

62.

Nilar

118 Waizayadanar Rd, Ward 8, SOKAA, Yangon

 

63.

Phan Nay Wun Co Ltd

47, Room 8-8 Sawbwagyigon, Insein, Yangon

 

64.

Premio Int’l Co Ltd

60/75 Corner of Inwa Street & Bo Tay Za St, Shwe Pauk Kan Industrial Zone, North Okkalapa, Yangon

 

65.

RCC Co Ltd

65 Upper Pazundaing RD, Pazundaing, Yangon

 

66.

San Family

1349-1351 Ind Zone 2nd St, SDGNN, Yangon

 

67.

San Family

790 Pyinma Myaing Rd, Ward A, TGKNN, Yangon

 

68.

Scantrade Co Ltd

422-426 4th floor, Strand Rd, FJV Commercial Centre, Botahtaung, Yangon

 

69.

Sein Mandaing

1155-1156 Thudhamar St, Ward 2 NOKAA, Yangon

 

70.

Shwe Chain Trading co Ltd

Rm 619 6th floor, Nyaung Pin Lay Zay Plaza, Lanmadaw, Yangon

 

71.

Shwe Hlaing Bwar

462-463 Yaw A Twinn Wun U Pho Hlaing St, HLTAA, Yangon

 

72.

Shwe Wel Htay

6 Thmar Deikdi St, Kyauk Myaung, Tamwe, Yangon

 

73.

Shwe Yi Oo

113C 4th St, Panchansu Ward, SPTAA, Yangon

 

74.

Soe Than Brothers Co Ltd

189 b/2 Seikkantha St, Industrial Zone 1, Hlaing Tha Yar, Yangon

 

75.

Star Tek Co Ltd (Woodworking Machine)

74, 5th St, LMDWW, Yangon

 

76.

Swe Myo

86 Yadanar St, Ward 8, SOKAA, Yangon

 

77.

Swe Thadar

78 Innwa St, Shwe Pauk Kan Ind Zone, Ward 18, NOKAA, Yangon

 

78.

Taw Win Family Co Ltd

355 U Wisara Rd, Sauchaung, Yangon

Name of director: Ko Ko Htwe

 

79.

Teak Farm Co Ltd

Bldg 1, Rm 404, Mingalar Sin Min Housing, Strand Road, Ahlone, Yangon

 

80.

Teak Farm Industries Co ltd

122a Da Pae Yin Wun Htauk U Mye St, Industrial Zone 2, Hlaing Tha Yar, Yangon

 

81.

Teakteam Ltd

50A Seikkantha Street, Industrial Zone 3, Hlaing Tha Yar, Yangon

 

82.

Toenayar Co Ltd

91 (1st floor) MyanmaGonyi St, Kandawgalay, MTNTT, Yangon

 

83.

United Int’l Group Co Ltd

58a/b Setmu Zone Street Industrial Zone 1, South Dagon, Yangon

 

84.

United Internation Group (UIG)

Cor of West Race Course Rd & Sayasan Rd, Kyaikksan Ward, Yankin, Yangon

 

85.

VES Group Co Ltd

83, 50th St, Pazundaung, Yangon

 

86.

Win

383 Hla Theingi St, HLTAA, Yangon

 

87.

Win Enterprise Ltd

66 Hlay Thin Ah Twin Wun U Chein Street, Industrial Zone 2, Hlaing Tha Yar, Yangon

 

88.

Win Kabar International Timber Trading

Top of 6th St, Ward 8, SOKAA, Yangon

 

89.

Win & Win Co Ltd

6 Pyay Rd, 6th mile, Hlaing, Yangon

 

90.

Wood Technology Industries

247d, Hlay Thin Ah Twin Wun U Chein Street, Industrial Zone 2, Hlaing Tha Yar, Yangon

 

91.

Yangon Wood Industries Ltd

Next to Plywood Factory no 2, Bayint Naung Rd, Ward 4, Hlaing, Yangon

 

92.

Yee Shin Co Ltd

63/64 Bahosi Housing, Lanmadaw, Yangon

 

93.

Ye Yint Aung

156 Waizayanda St, Ward 11, SOKAA, Yangon

 

94.

Yin Mar Myat Noe Co Ltd

120a Set Hmu 10th Street, Industrial Zone 1, Shwe Pyi Tha, Yangon

 

95.

YN Co Ltd

120A Ind Zone, 10th St, Ind Ward, SPTAA, Yangon

 

96.

Zambu Yadana Co Ltd

377/379 Bo Sun Pat St, Pabedan, Yangon

 

97.

Shwe Chain Manufacturing Co Ltd

168, 62nd St, Ind Zone 1, Mandalay

 

WOOD INDUSTRIES

98.

Aung Chan Tha Services Co Ltd

708 Kyuntaw Zay Condo, Bargayar Rd, SCHGG, Yangon

 

99.

Aung Myanmar,

42/145 Ind Zone 5th St Ind Zone SPTAA, Yangon

 

100.

Hau Hau Parquet & Wood Based Industries Pte Ltd

135, 1st floor, 41st St, BTHGG, Yangon

 

101.

Hein Soe Co Ltd

54 Cor U Shwe Bin St & Phan Chat Wun U Shwe Ohn St, Ind Zone 3, SPTAA, Yangon

 

102.

Laural Ltd,

Room 37, Bldg 233, Anawrahta Rd, Cor of 54th St, Pazundaung, Yangon

 

103.

Myanmar Yunnan Wood Ind Col Ltd

238 Thityar Pin St, Thuwanna, TGKNN, Yangon

 

104.

Myanmar-Nc WoodWork Co Ltd

Steel Mill Compound, West Ywama Ward, Insein, Yangon

 

105.

Myint Soe (U)

42/280 Kanaung St, SPTAA, Yangon

 

106.

National Wood Industry Ltd

113 Waizayandar Rd, Ward 16/2, TGKNN, Yangon

 

107.

Scansia Myanmar Ltd

Blk 42/300-301, Sethmu 1 St, Ind Zone, SPTAA, Yangon

 

108.

Super Chen Co Ltd

88A, 3rd floor, AnawrahtaRd, KTDAA, Yangon

 

109.

Teak World Co Ltd

110 Waizayanda Garden Housing, Yeiktha 4th St, TGKNN, Yangon

 

110.

Unite of Myanmar Forest Products Joint Venture

422-426 Botahtaung Pagoda Road, Cor of Strand Rd, Botahtaung, Yangon

 

111.

Unite of Myanmar Forest Products Joint Venture

10 Kwethit St, Pazundaung, Yangon

 

112.

Win Kabar International Timber Trading

89 Waizayanda 3rd St, SOKAA, Yangon

 

113.

Win Yadanar

58, A-B, Loikaw St, Ind Zone 1, SDGNN, Yangon

 

114.

Wood Rich Manufacturing

349A Zeyar Kaymar St, 8 Mile, MYGNN, Yangon

 

115.

Hi-Tech Forest Industries Co Ltd

A 1-2, 62nd St Sethmu, Mandalay

 

116.

Myanmar Yunnan Wood Industries Co Ltd

137-138 Cor of Pho Yazar St & 62nd St, Ind Zone 1, Pyi Gyi Tagun Tsp, Mandalay

 

117.

National Wood Industry Ltd

Pyinmana Tsp, Mandalay

 

118.

Taiho

124, 78th St Bet 36 & 37th St, Mandalay

 

119.

Myat Zaw & Young Brothers

52/13 Bogyoke Aung San Rd & Chindwin St, Monywa

 

120.

Banner Wood Based Industry

17A Padamyar Industrial Zone

Sagaing Division

 

WOOD WORKING MACHINES

121.

East Union Woodworking Machinery Co Ltd

288/290, Room (906), Shwedagon Pagoda Road, MWEA Tower, Dagon, Yangon

 

122.

Everest W Trading Co Ltd

43 Parami Road, 6 Ward, Yankin, Yangon

 

123.

Hardware World

111 Shwedagon Pagoda Road, Latha, Yangon

 

124.

I.S. Tin Win

44, 27th Street, Pabdan Yangon

 

125.

Khin Maung Nyunt Trading Co Ltd

506/508 Mogok Street, Industrial Zoner 1, South Dagon, Yangon

 

126.

Phan Nay Wun Co Ltd

B5, Bayint Naung Road, Shwe Padak Yeik Mon, Mamayut, Yangon

 

127.

Wel Wisher Trading Co Ltd

307 Maha Bandoola Street, Botahtaung, Yangon

 


TIMBER EXPORTERS

 

Name

Date of listing

19.11.2007

128.

A1 Construction & Trading Co,. Ltd

41 Nawaday St, Dagon,

Yangon

 

129.

Concorde Commodities Pte Ltd

339, Rm (1203), Level (12), Bogyoke Aung Sun St, Sakura Tower, Kyauktada

Yangon

 

130.

Diamond Mercury Co., Ltd.

Bldg (2), Rm (21/22), Pyay Rd, 8 Mile Junction,

Mayangon

Yangon

 

131.

Green Hardwood Enterprise Ltd

422-426 8th floor, Strand Rd, FJV Commercial Centre, Botahtaung

Yangon

 

132.

Kappa International Timber Trading Ltd.

288/290, Rm (103), 1st floor, Shwedagon Pagoda Road, M.W.E.A. Tower, Dagon

Yangon

 

133.

Khine Int’l Ltd

116/8, 1st floor, 15th Street, Lanmadaw,

Yangon

 

134.

Khine Shwe Win Co., Ltd.

102(A), Inya Rd, Kamayut,

Yangon

 

135.

Mayar (H.K) Ltd.

37, Rm (703/4), Level (7), Alanpya Pagoda Rd, La Pyayt Wun Plaza, Dagon,

Yangon

 

136.

Myanmar Goodwood Trading Co., Ltd

189/195, Rm (4), 4th floor, Pansodan St, Pansodan Tower, Kyauktada,

Yangon

 

137.

New Wave Co Ltd

81(c), New University Avenue Rd, Bahan

Yangon

 

138.

Searock Int’l Ltd

339, (0904), Level 9, Bogyoke Aung San St, Sakura Tower, Kyauktada,

Yangon

 

139.

Sein Yadanar Wut Hmon Co Ltd

16 Bahosi Housing, Lanmadaw

Yangon

 

140.

Shivah Sawa Shoji

339, Rm 1004, Level 10, Bogyoke Aung San St, Sakura Tower, Kyauktada

Yangon

 

141.

Timber Land Int’l Ltd

158/168, Room 11, 1st Floor, Maha Bandoola Garden St, Kyauktada,

Yangon

 

142.

Timber World Ltd

173, 31st Street, Pabdean,

Yangon

 

143.

Zar Ni Zaw Co Ltd

72, 51st St, Pazundaung

Yangon

 

TIMBER

144.

AAA

6TH Street, (8) ward, South Okkalapa,

Yangon

 

145.

AAA 90

No 4 Main Road, Pann Chan Su SPTAA

Yangon

 

146.

Academy

108 Htar Nar Street, Makyeedan (north East) Ward, KMDGG,

Yangon

 

147.

Andaman International Traders Limited (Ext. 37)

Bldg. 21/22, Rm# B-1, Bahosi Complex, Bogyoke Aung San St., Lanmadaw Tsp, Yangon

 

148.

Arkar San

336, No 4 Main Road, SPTAA,

Yangon

 

149.

Asia Win Mfrg Co Ltd

170-176, #704 (7th floor), MGW Centre, Bo Aung Kyaw St, BTHGG,

Yangon

 

150.

Aung Aye (u) & Sons

4-5 Anawrahta Rd, Ind Zone (5), HLTAA,

Yangon

 

151.

Aung Bawga

91(B) 3rd Street, Industrial Zone, (8) ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

152.

Aung Chan Tha

72(B), 1st Street, Industrial Zone, (8) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

153.

Aung Chan Tha

10 Hlaw Kar St, (55) Ward, South Dagon,

Yangon

 

154.

Aung Family

118, 2nd Street, Industrial Zone, (8) Ward, South Okkalapa,

Yangon

 

155.

Aung Family

15, 139th Street, Tamwe,

Yangon

 

156.

Aung Gabar Timber

79, 6th Lane, Ward (8), SOKAA,

Yangon

 

157.

Aung Htet

72, Nat Sin St, Kyeemyindaing

Yangon

 

158.

Aung Kabar

79, 6th Street, Industrial Zone, (8) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

159.

Aung Khant Phyo

25, Kyaik Waing Pagoda Road, (3) Ward, Mayangon

Yangon

 

160.

Aung Kyaw Thein

15(a), 4th Street, Industrial Zone, 8 Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

161.

Aung Kyaw Thein

229 Waizayantar Rd, (11) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

162.

Aung Si

828 Waizayantar Road, (9) Ward, South Okkalapa

 

163.

Aung Su Pan

43, 4th Street, Ward (8), SOKAA, Yangon

 

164.

Aung Theikdi

996 Myittar Street (9) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

165.

Aung Theikdi

13, 6th St., Ward (8), Ind. Zone, South Okkalapa Tsp,

Yangon

 

166.

Aung Thit Tun

46, Nat Sin Street, Kyeemyindaing

Yangon

 

167.

Aung Thitsar

991 Myittar Street, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

168.

Aung Thukha

41 Waizayantar Road, (9) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

169.

Aung Thukha (1)

70/70(a) 1st Street, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

170.

Aung Thukha (2)

124/125 2nd Street, Industrial Zone, (8) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

171.

Aung Thukha (3)

123/126 3rd Street, (8) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

172.

Aung Thukha

71-B/72(a) 1st Street, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

173.

Aung Wood Working Enterprise Ltd.

Bldg. 3, Rm# 004, (G/F), Waizayanta Rd., Thingangyun Tsp,

Yangon

 

174.

Ayarwun

123 Waizayantar Rd, (11) Ward, South Okkalapa,

Yangon

 

175.

Aye Gabar Group

151-170 Bogyoke Aung San Road, BTHGG, Yangon

 

176.

Aye Gabar Group

282 cor of 81st and 23rd Street, Mandalay

 

177.

Aye Myittar

115, 37th St, KTDAA, Yangon

 

178.

Aye, U & Sons

351, Bo Tuay Za St, Shwe Park Kan Industrial Zone, North Okkalapa

Yangon

 

179.

Aye, U & Sons

481 Waibargi Rd, Ward L, NOKAA

Yangon

 

180.

Aye, U & Sons

126 Than Chat Wun U Nyunt St, Industrial Zone, SPTAA

Yangon

 

181.

Aye’s Family Ltd

92 (A-C-D), AFL Building, Kaba Aye Pagoda Road, BHNN,

Yangon

 

182.

Bamaw Veneer & Timber Products Co Ltd

44 Mya Taung Wun Gyi U Hmo Street, Industrial Zone 3, SPTAA,

Yangon

 

183.

Banner Wood Based Industry Co., Ltd.

136, (1st Floor), 36th St., Kyauktada Tsp,

Yangon

 

184.

Banner Wood Based Industry Co., Ltd.

17(A) Padamyar Ind Zone, Sagaing

 

185.

Bawga Mandaing

41, 2nd Street, Industrial Zone, (8) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

186.

BDS Moe Wood Industries Co Ltd

196 Bogyoke Aung San Road, BHNN,

Yangon

 

187.

BLLB Development Co Ltd

159-161 Myanma Gonyi St, MTNTT

 

188.

Chan Nyein Ko

899, Lay Daunk Kan Road, Nga Moe Yeik, Ward

Yangon

 

189.

Chan Tha Aung

72 Nat Sin Street, Kyeemyindaing

Yangon

 

190.

Chantha

90(A/B) 2nd Street, Industrial Zone, (8) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

191.

Chantha Gyi

72, Bo Thura St, Zaygi (East Ward), KMDGG,

Yangon

 

192.

Cheung Hing Timber Co

106-108, Hnin Zin Gon Road, Ahlone Tsp.,

Yangon

Name of director: P C Chun

 

193.

China Hope Holding

18 Bo Yar Njunt St, DGNN

Yangon

 

194.

Conqueror Trading Co Ltd

C-04-03 Building, 262/264, 4th floor, Dagon Centre, Pyay Rd,

Yangon

 

195.

Dagon Timber Ltd

121 F, Sule Pagoda Road, KTDAA,

Yangon

 

196.

Dana Theikdi

985(a), Thu Mingalar St, Thingankyun

Yangon

 

197.

Dana Thiri Co Ltd

139 G/F Bogalay Zay St, BTHGG, Yangon

 

198.

Doh Bamar

23-27 Nat Sin Street, Cor of Salin Street, KMDGG,

Yangon

 

199.

Doh Lokehar

514 Zabu Thiri 1st Street, Ward (6/west)TKAA,

Yangon

 

200.

Ever Green Wood Int'l Co., Ltd.

Public Construction Compound, Myittar St., Ward (14/1), South Okkalapa Tsp, Yangon

 

201.

Family (1)

1011 Thudamar Street, (2) Wtard, North Okkalapa

Yangon

 

202.

Farlin Timbers

Rm 704 (7th floor) 170-6 MGW Tower, Bo Aung Kyaw Street, BTHGG,

Yangon

 

203.

Five Oceans Co Ltd

Bldg 63-64 (B), Bahosi Housing, Bogyoke Aung San Road, LMDWW,

Yangon

 

204.

Forest Product JV Branch (Upper Myanmar)

37b 26th b St between 64th and 65th,

Mandalay

 

205.

GIG Japan Co Ltd

25 Golden Valley, BHNN,

Yangon

 

206.

Golden Door

354/347 Bo Tay Za Street, Shwe Pauk Kan Industrial Zone, North Okklalapa

Yangon

 

207.

Golden Hawks Int'l Ltd.

158, Bogyoke Aung San Rd., Pazundaung Tsp,

Yangon

 

208.

Gold Wood Co Ltd (Kaung Shwe)

42(A)/103(A-B) Mahawgari Street, cor of Sethmu 3rd St, Ind Zone 1, SPTAA,

Yangon

 

209.

Golden Hook Co Ltd

7 Sitha St, Oh Bo St.

Mandalay

 

210.

Good Myanmar Trading Co Ltd

60B Aung Myay Thasi Ave, KMYTT,

Yangon

 

211.

Great Jupiter International Co Ltd

81 1st floor Bogyoke Aung San Road, PZDGG,

Yangon

 

212.

Great Summit Int'l Service Co., Ltd.

615-C/2, Malar Lane, Kamayut Tsp,

Yangon

 

213.

Great Summit Int'l Service Co., Ltd.

176-178, Banyardala Rd., Mingalar Taung Nyunt Tsp,

Yangon

 

214.

Green Gold Industrial Co., Ltd.

178-180 50th St, PZDGG,

Yangon

 

215.

Green Gold Industrial Co., Ltd.

109, Waizayandar Rd., Ward (3/B), South Okkalapa Tsp,

Yangon

 

216.

Greenline Myanmar Group Co., Ltd. (GMG)

102-A, Kha Yay Pin Rd., Dagon Tsp,

Yangon

 

217.

Greenline Myanmar Group Co., Ltd. (GMG)

202, U Wisara Rd., Dagon Tsp,

Yangon

 

218.

Green Treasure Wood Co Ltd

8-6 River View Housing, Ahlone Kannar Road, AHLNN,

Yangon

 

219.

Green Treasure Wood Co Ltd

Plot 42, 287-289 Sethmu 6th Street, Ind Zone 1 SPTAA,

Yangon

 

220.

Hayman Trading Co., Ltd.

7, Shan Rd., Sanchaung Tsp,

Yangon

 

221.

Hein

24 Kyaung Gyi Street, Kyeemyindaing

Yangon

 

222.

Hein Htet Aung

188a Waizayander Rd, Qtr, 11, SOKAA

Yangon

 

223.

Hein Soe Co Ltd

23 Shwe Pone Nyet Yeikmon, Bayint Naung Road, KMYTT,

Yangon

 

224.

Hla Kyi, U Family

356 Bo Tay Za Street, Shwe Park Kan Industrial Zone, North Okkalapa

Yangon

 

225.

Hla Kyi, U & Family

452 Mya Yadanar Street (Kha) Ward, North Okkalapa

Yangon

 

226.

Hla Shwe, U & Family

223 Banyadala Road, Tamwe

Yangon

 

227.

Hlaing

71 Waizayantar Road, (11) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

228.

Hlaing Family

8-A Myittar St, Ward 11, SOKAA,

Yangon

Yangon

 

229.

Hmine (U) & Sons

248-249 Makkhayar Minthargyi St, NOKAA,

Yangon

 

230.

Htate Tan Aung

2734 Pyi Daung Su Road, (63) Ward, Injdustrial Zone (2), South Dagon,

Yangon

 

231.

Htet

989 Myittar Street, (9) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

232.

Htet Htet Aung

430 Thitsar Road, Ward 10 SOKAA

Yangon

 

233.

Htun Htun Tauk

13B, Mingalar St, Nant-tha Gone Ward, ISNN

Yangon

 

234.

Htun Thit Sa

44 Nat Sin Street, Kyeemyindaing

Yangon

 

235.

Hundred Smiles Co., Ltd.

359-363, Bogyoke Aung San St., Pabedan Tsp,

Yangon

 

236.

Imperial Builders Co Ltd

46 Eaingyi Street, PZDGG,

Yangon

 

237.

K.T. Nine

817 Waizayantar Road, (9) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

238.

Kama Gasifier Power Plant

167, Bayint Naung Main Rd., Hlaing Tsp,

Yangon

 

239.

Kaung Thant

62 Nat Sin St, KMDGG,

Yangon

 

240.

Kaw-Lin – Kathar

1058 Zay Street, Ward 7, TKAA,

Yangon

 

241.

Kha Yae Nan Int'l Co., Ltd

Bldg. 61, Rm# 3-4, Sawbwagyigon Warehouse, Insein Tsp,

Yangon

 

242.

Khin Hninsi (Daw)

33 Hantharwaddy Street, KMYTT,

Yangon

 

243.

Khin Maung Latt, U & Family

37/4, 53rd Street, Botahtaung,

Yangon

 

244.

Khin Myanmar Trading

865 Myittar Street, SOKAA, Yangon

 

245.

Khine International Co Ltd

116/8, 15th Street, LMDWW, Yangon

 

246.

KKK

106, Si Pin St, (55) Ward, South Dagon

Yangon

 

247.

Kyan Taing Aung

30, Thamine Station Street, Mayangon

Yangon

 

248.

Kyan Taing Aung

Waizanyantar Road, (9) Ward South Okkapala,

Yangon

 

249.

Kyaw

209, Banyadala Road, Tamwe,

Yangon

 

250.

Kyaw Family

2886/2887 Pat St, Industrial Zone (2), South Dagon,

Yangon

 

251.

Kyaw Soe San

819 Waizayantar Rd, Ward (9), South Okkalapa,

Yangon

 

252.

Kyaw Than Construction Co. Ltd

139 (G/F), Bogalay Zay Street, BTHGG,

Yangon

 

253.

Kyi Kyi

2 Laeyar Shwe Myay, Myittar Nyunt Ward, TMWEE,

Yangon

 

254.

Kyun Shwe Wah

74 Nat Sin St, Kyeemyindaing

Yangon

 

255.

La Yaung Lin Co Ltd

25-29 Yadanar Road, Ward 16-2, TGKNN,

Yangon

 

256.

Lal Way (1)

3-4 P. Moe Nin St, Ward 5, HLTAA,

Yangon

 

257.

Lal Way (2)

3-147 Anawrahta Road, Industrial Zone 5, HLTAA,

Yangon

 

258.

Laural Ltd

27, 13th Street, LMDWW,

Yangon

 

259.

Light World Co., Ltd.

619, (Right) 6th Flr., Blk-A, Nyaung Pin Lay Plaza, Lanmadaw Tsp,

Yangon

 

260.

Light World Co., Ltd.

Field No (H-167, H-168), Ward 1, Industrial Zone1 Pye Gyi, Tagun., Tsp, Mandalay

 

261.

Lucky Hand Co Ltd

13 148th Street, MTNTT,

Yangon

 

262.

Maesod Forestry Ltd

69 Sule Pagoda Road, PBDNN, Yangon

 

263.

Maha Engineering Co. Ltd.

20-251, Seikkantha St. KTDAA, Yangon

 

264.

Maha New

29, Ind. Zone (2), Cor. Of Ind. Zone St. and Inn Taw St, SDGNN, Yangon

 

265.

Maha Thit Min Co. Ltd.

51 (B), Pyay Rd. 7 ½ Mile, MYGNN, Yangon

 

266.

Maha Kyaw Mahar Co. Ltd.

50, 46th Street, BTHGG, Yangon

 

267.

Mandalar Win Sawmill Co. Ltd.

262-264, C (10-1), Dagon Centre, Pyay Road, SCHGG, Yangon

 

268.

Market System Trading (MST Co. Ltd)

501 (C), Dagon Centre, SCHGG, Yangon

 

269.

MGJ Group Co-op Ltd,

125, 1st Floor, Anawrahta Road, PZDGG, Yangon

 

270.

Miba Myittar

115/116 2nd Street, Industrial Zone, (8) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

271.

Miba Myittar

110/111 2nd Street, Industrial Zone (8) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

272.

Mingalar

28 (B), Zaygyi St. KMDGG, Yangon

 

273.

Minn Wun Industries Co. Ltd

196, Bogyoke Aung San Rd, BTHGG, Yangon

 

274.

Moe Int’l Co. Ltd.

196, Bogyoke Aung San Rd, BTHGG, Yangon

 

275.

Momentum Trading Co. Ltd.

21-A, Cor. Of U Phoe Hlaing St. and Hla Theingi St. Ind. Zone (3), SPTAA, Yangon

 

276.

Multi World Trade Centre

183, Anawrahta St., Kyauktada Tsp, Yangon

 

277.

Multi World Trade Co., Ltd.

359-363, Bogyoke Aung San St., Pabedan Tsp, Yangon.

 

278.

Mya Gabar Co. Ltd.

106-108, Sint-oh-dan St. LTAA, Yangon

 

279.

Myan Aung Myin Int’l Co. Ltd

O-140, FMI City, Golden Orchid 4th St. HLTAA, Yangon

 

280.

Myanma Htate Tan Co. Ltd

61, (4th Flr), Kaing Dan St. LMDWW, Yangon

 

281.

Myanma Marble Co. Ltd.

Bldg. 63-64 (B), Bahosi Housing, Bogyoke Aung San Rd. LMDWW, Yangon

 

282.

Myanmar Automobile Group Co., Ltd.

K-38/39, Bayint Naung Rd., Mayangon Tsp, Yangon

 

283.

Myanmar China Hardwood Products Co. Ltd.

422-426, Strand Road, Cor. Of Botahtaung Pagoda Rd. BTHGG, Yangon

 

284.

Myanmar China Hardwood Products Co. Ltd

Ward (22), SDGNN, Yangon

 

285.

Myanmar Chinlax Trading Co., Ltd.

382, Inya Myaing Lane (4), Thuwunna, Thingankyun Tsp, Yangon.

 

286.

Myanmar Development Int’l Co. Ltd.

53-61, Strand Road, Cor. Of Theinbyu Rd, BTHGG, Yangon

 

287.

Myanmar Guan Soon Ltd

106-108, Sint-oh-dan St, LTAA, Yangon

 

288.

Myanmar Shin Poong Daewoo Pharma Co.

22, Yaw Min Gyi Rd. DGNN, Yangon

 

289.

Myanmar Technologies Industry Co. Ltd.

1389-1391, Hlaing River Road, Ind. Zone (2), Ward (63), SDGNN, Yangon

 

290.

Myanmar Timber Enterprise

Myanma Timber Enterprise Head Office, Ahlone, Yangon

 

291.

Myanmar Timber Enterprise

504-506, Merchant Road, KTDAA, Yangon

 

292.

Myint

970, Yadanar St, SOKAA, Yangon

 

293.

Myitmakha Engineering Co., Ltd.

206-207, Dhamma Thukha Kyaung St., Ward (13), Hlaing Tsp, Yangon

 

294.

Myitmakha International Trading Co., Ltd.

1, Bayint Naung Rd., Hlaing Tsp, Yangon

 

295.

Myitmakha Int’l Trading Ltd.

55-64 Mingalardon Garden, Yangon Ind, MDNN, Yangon

 

296.

Myodaw Eain Yar

1080, Shukhintha Rd. East Ward 6, TKAA, Yangon

 

297.

Myo Taw

495 Min Nadar St, Dawbon

Yangon

 

298.

Naing Lay (U)

7, 139th St. TMWEE, Yangon

 

299.

Ngwe Nan Taw

119-120, 3rd St. Ward (8), Ind. Zone, SOKAA, Yangon

 

300.

Ngwe San Eain

22-23 (A), U Wisara Rd. NDGNN, Yangon

 

301.

Nifty Int’l Co. Ltd.

Rm #7, Bldg 30-A, Yaw Min Gyi Rd. DGNN, Yangon

 

302.

Nitco Industrial Co. Ltd.

175, (G/F), 47th St. BTHGG, Yangon

 

303.

Nyein Chan Aung

122 Waizayantar Road, (11) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

304.

Nyo (Daw) Family

113/8, Oakkyin Station St. HLGG, Yangon

 

305.

OAC

289, Rm #10, East Yankin, YKNN, Yangon

 

306.

Ohn Kywe & Co. Ltd.

81, Harkhar St. Ind. Zone (1), SDGNN, Yangon

 

307.

One Star General Trading Co. Ltd.

87, (2nd Flr), Bogyoke Aung San Rd, Cor. of 49th St. and 50th St. PZDGG, Yangon

 

308.

Pacific Rim Asia Co. Ltd. (PRA)

145 (E), Thiri Mingalar St. 8th Mile, MYGNN, Yangon

 

309.

Padamyar Construction and Woodworks Co.

19-20, Bahosi Complex, Bogyoke Aung San Rd. LMDWW, Yangon

 

310.

Pale Shwe Wah Timber Co., Ltd.

B-156/158, 34th St., Kyauktada Tsp, Yangon

 

311.

Phyo Mauk

106 Nat Sin, Kyeemyindaing

Yangon

 

312.

Pioneer Venture Ltd.

7-8, Bahosi Housing, Bogyoke Aung San St. LMDWW, Yangon

 

313.

Pyi See Pwar Ltd,

45, Baho Rd., Sanchaung Tsp, Yangon

 

314.

Red Sea Brothers Co. Ltd.

43, (2nd Flr), 43rd St. BTHGG, Yangon

 

315.

San & Family

790 Pyinma Myaing Street, (a) ward, Thingankyun,

Yangon

 

316.

San Aye (U),

531-B, Myittar St. Cor. of Thihathu St. SOKAA, Yangon

 

317.

San Myint & Family

189, Waizayantar Rd, (16) ward, South Okkalapa, Yangon

 

318.

San Myint, U Family

9, 139th Street, Tamwe

Yangon

 

319.

Sanfoco Wood Industries Ltd.

1B, Plot-22, Pinma Thit Seik St, SDGNN, Yangon

 

320.

Sarmi, U & Family

12, 53rd St, Botahtaung

Yangon

 

321.

Se Than

E(1/2), U Wisara Street, Economic Development Zone North Dagon

Yangon

 

322.

Sein Family

9, 6th Street, Industrial Zone, (8) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

323.

Sein Htay Han

812, Waisayamtar Rd, (9) Ward South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

324.

Sein Pan Myaing

1019, Rm (2), Waizayantar Rd, (9) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

325.

Shadow

990, Myittar St. Ward (9), SOKAA, Yangon

 

326.

Shwe Gon Thar Trading

Suite 297, Bo Sun Pat St., Pabedan Tsp, Yangon

 

327.

Shwe Hinthar

70 Waisayanter Rd, (9) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

328.

Shwe Me Co. Ltd.

785-787, (11th Flr), Maha Bandoola Rd. Cor of 13th St. LMDWW, Yangon

 

329.

Shwe Me Industry Ltd.

51-52, Cor. Panle Wun U Shwe Bin St. & Twin Thin Tke Wun U Tun Nyo St. SPTAA, Yangon

 

330.

Shwe Nandaw

F-306, Pauk Pagoda St. Ward (6), 8th Mile, MYGNN, Yangon

 

331.

Shwe Ni Timber Co. Ltd.

12, 14th St. LMDWW, Yangon

 

332.

Shwe Nyaung Pin

109, Arthawka St., Ward (13), Hlaing Tsp, Yangon

 

333.

Shwe Nyaung Pin

71, Bago River St. Ward (58), DGSKNN, Yangon

 

334.

Shwe Pearl Ngwe Pearl

730-731, Ayarwaddy St. Ind. Zone (2), SDGNN, Yangon

 

335.

Shwe Tagon

813, Waisayanter Rd, (9) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

336.

Shwe Takhar

347-354, Bo Tayza St. Shwe Paukkan Ind. Zone, NOKAA, Yangon

 

337.

Shwe Tha Min

816 Waisayanter Rd, (9) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

338.

Shwe Tha Pyay Co. Ltd.

5 (B-3), Yankin Centre, YKNN, Yangon

 

339.

Shwe Thit

5(a), 6th Street Industrial Zone, (9) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

340.

Shwe Twin Wah

46, Bo Hmu Ba Htoo St. NDGNN, Yangon

 

341.

Shwe Wah Tun

26/27 Chin Dwin Street, Industrial Zone (2), South Dagon

Yangon

 

342.

Shwe Yi Moe

227(a) Banyadala Rd, Tamwe

Yangon

 

343.

Silver Born Trading Ltd

71, Rm# 11, Bo Yar Nyunt St. DGNN, Yangon

 

344.

Silver Valley Wood Industry Ltd.

65, Konzaydan St. PBDNN, Yangon

 

345.

SK Wood Industries Ltd.

82-C, Pyay Rd. 7 ½ Mile, MYGNN, Yangon

 

346.

Soe

Junction of Thitsar St. & Station Rd., Near Moe Kaung Pagoda Rd., Kanbe, Yankin Tsp, Yangon

 

347.

Soe

453, Top of Nga-mo-Yeik 5th St., Thingankyun Tsp, Yangon

 

348.

Soe Thiha

Pa(50), Pyi Daung Su Rd, (38) Ward, North Dagon,

Yangon

 

349.

Soe Thiri Co., Ltd.

808, Kyaw Thu St., Ward (9), South Okkalapa Tsp, Yangon

 

350.

Southern Myanmar Timber Co. Ltd.

4 (A-2), Padaethar St. Myaynigon, SCHGG, Yangon

 

351.

Special

53, Kyuntaw St., Sanchaung Tsp, Yangon

 

352.

Sun Myint & Association

70 (K), Ngwe Wut Hmon Ward, BHNN, Yangon

 

353.

T&M Group Decoration Centre

5, Lion City Food Centre, Bayint Naung Rd. KMYTT, Yangon

 

354.

TKK Int'l Ltd.

127, (G/F), 51st St., Pazundaung Tsp, Yangon

 

355.

Than Hlaing (U)

105, Arthawka St. Ward (13), HLGG, Yangon

 

356.

Than Hlaing (U)

55(A), Arthawka St. Ward (13), HLGG, Yangon

 

357.

Than Than Sein & Sein Hinthar

87, Yadanar St. Ward (8), SOKAA, Yangon

 

358.

Than Tun

1055, 7th Zay St. Ward (6), TKAA, Yangon

 

359.

Theik Nan Shin Co., Ltd.

27, 13th St., Lanmadaw Tsp, Yangon

 

360.

Thein Industry Dvpt. Ent. Ltd.

23 (A), Pyihtaungsu St. TGKNN, Yangon

 

361.

Thiha

4 Than Thu Mar Road, Bo Tayze Ward, Thangankyun

Yangon

 

362.

Thiri Khit Tayar

68 (B), Waizayandar Rd. Ward (11), SOKAA, Yangon

 

363.

Thiri Yadanar Myint

61, 27th St. PBDNN, Yangon

 

364.

Thu Htet Thar

52, Nat Sin St. KMDGG, Yangon

 

365.

Tin Aung (U)-Tun Hla (Daw)

280-C, Cor. of Waizayanda Rd. & Byamaso Rd. SOKAA, Yangon

 

366.

Tin Oo (U) Brothers

No 18 & 29, 5th St. Ward (5), Ind. Zone SOKAA, Yangon

 

367.

Tin Shwe U & Brothers

112(C ) Arthawka St, (15) Ward, Hiaing

Yangon

 

368.

Tin Win Tun Co

Tin Win Tun Int'l Trading Co., Ltd

Bldg. C-1, Rm 002, Strand Rd., Thiri Mingalar Garden Housing,

Loot Latt Yay Ward, Ahlone Tsp, Yangon

Name of director: (Monywa) Tin Win

 

369.

Top Winner

26 (B-3), Bo Yar Nyunt St. DGNN, Yangon

 

370.

TPS Garden Furniture

22/2 (B), Khattar St. SCHGG, Yangon

 

371.

Traditions

24, Inya Myaing Rd., Golden Valley, Bahan Tsp, Yangon

 

372.

Tri Vadana Enterprise

99, 3-D, U Aung Kain Lane, Than Lwin St. BHNN, Yangon

 

373.

Tricer Company Limited

78, Phone Gyi St., Lanmadaw Tsp, Yangon

 

374.

Tun Family

1030/1031 Thu Mingstar (Thumingalar) St, (16/1) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

375.

Tun Kyi, U & Sons

44 Waizayanatar Rd, (9) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

376.

Tun Nay Lin

Rm #003, Bldg B-2, 215 Banyadala Rd, Tamwe

Yangon

 

377.

Tun Nay Lin Family

6, 139th St, Ma-U-Gone, Tamwe

Yangon

 

378.

Tun Pwar

1055-1056, Maung Makan Kanthar St. Ward (19), SDGNN, Yangon

 

379.

U Chit

B (1/08-9) Banyadala Rd, Tamwe

Yangon

 

380.

Uni Brothers Co. Ltd.

28, 49th St. BTHGG, Yangon

 

381.

United Myanmar Forest Products Joint Venture

10, Kwetthit St. PZDGG, Yangon

 

382.

Vivid Media

27, Wardan St., Lanmadaw Tsp, Yangon

 

383.

Win

59-60, Cor. of Khaymarthi Rd. & A-ma-rar St. Ind. Zone, NOKAA, Yangon

 

384.

Win

91, Cor. of Zizawa St. & Thudamar St. Ward (2), NOKAA, Yangon

 

385.

Win Enterprise

158, Rm# (6-C), Kyaikkasan Rd. TMWEE, Yangon

 

386.

Win Enterprise Co. Ltd.

166, Ahlon Rd, AHLNN, Yangon

 

387.

Win Kabar Trading Co. Ltd

146, Sint-oh-dan St. Ward (4), LTAA, Yangon

 

388.

Win Kyaw Thu

6/8(b) Botahtaung (4)th Street, Botahtaung

Yangon

 

389.

Win Marlar Aung Trading Co., Ltd.

Bldg. 5, Rm# 202, Thiri Mingalar Housing, Ahlone Tsp, Yangon

No (G-5), A/C, Hpoyarzar Street, Pyigyitagun Township, Industrial Zone (12),

Mandalay

Name of director: Win Ko

 

390.

Win Yadanar Ent. Co. Ltd.

Saya San Rd. Cor. of West Race Course Rd., Kyaikkasan Ward, YKNN, Yangon

 

391.

Wint Wint

345 Kanaung Min Tha Gyi St, Shwe Pauk Kan Industrial Zone, North Okkalapa

Yangon

 

392.

Wood Industry (Myanmar) Ltd.

71, Rm# 11, Bo Yar Nyunt St. DGNN, Yangon

 

393.

Wood Rich Co. Ltd.

223, Kyaington St. Ind. Zone (1), SDGNN, Yangon

 

394.

Wood Working Machinery Co. Ltd.

4, Baya Theikdi St. HLGG, Yangon

 

395.

Wood World Trading Ent. Ltd.

19, Myay Nu St. SCHGG, Yangon

 

396.

Wunna

144/148 Hlaw Kar Street, (55) Ward, South Dagon

Yangon

 

397.

Yadanar Moe Co Ltd

502 Olympic Tower (3), Lay DaunkKan Rd, Thingankyun

Yangon

 

398.

Yadanar Moe Co Ltd

Pa-50, Blk 38 (Extension), Pyihtaungsu Main Rd. NDGNN, Yangon

 

399.

Yadanar Shwe Sin Min Co Ltd

349-A, Zeyar Kaymar St. 8th Mile, MYGNN, Yangon

 

400.

Yaung Ni Oo

164/5 Yadana St (16/1) Ward, Thingankun

Yangon

 

401.

Yee Shin Co., Ltd.

25-26, Bahosi Housing, Lanmadaw, Yangon

 

402.

Ye Yint Aung

156 Waisayanter Rd, (11) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

403.

Yinmar Co. Ltd.

45 (A), Yaw Min Gyi Rd, DGNN, Yangon

 

404.

Yinmar Myat Noe Co. Ltd

120-A, Ind. Zone, SPTAA, Yangon

 

405.

Yinmar Myat Noe Co. Ltd

73 (A), Unversity Ave Rd. BHNN, Yangon

 

406.

Yoma

5(b) Myittar Street (11) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

407.

Yoma

351, Myittar St. Ward (17), SOKAA, Yangon

 

408.

Yoma Timber Trading

1010, Myittar St., Ward (9), South Okkalapa Tsp, Yangon

 

409.

Yoma Timber Trading

110-B, 2nd St., Ward (8), Ind. Zone, South Okklapa Tsp, Yangon

 

410.

Yoma Timber Trading

12, 6th St., Ward (8), Ind. Zone, South Okklapa Tsp, Yangon

 

411.

Ywet Hla

3(A) 6th Street, Industrial Zone, (8) Ward, South Okkalapa

Yangon

 

412.

Zabu Yadanar Co. Ltd.

521, Mogok St. Ind. Zone (1), SDGNN, Yangon

 

413.

Zaw

87, Yadanar St. Ward (8), SOKAA, Yangon

 

414.

Zaw Enterprise Ltd.

9-11 54th St. BTHGG, Yangon

 

415.

Zenith Myanmar Advantage (ZMA)

50, Latha St. LTAA, Yangon

 

416.

Zin Yaw

132/133, No. 4 Main Road, SPTAA, Yangon

 

Mandalay

417.

Ayegabar Timber Co. Ltd.

282, Cor. of 81st and 23rd St, Mandalay

 

418.

Golden Hook Co. Ltd.

7, Sitha St, Oh Bo St. Mandalay

 

419.

Myanmar Teak Wood Ind. Co. Ltd.

No 2 Sawmill, Amarapura Tsp. Mandalay

 

420.

Myanmar Timber Enterprise

A.D.B. (1), At the foot of Mandalay Hill, Mandalay

 

421.

Upper Myanmar Wood and Lumber Co-op (Branch)

37 (B), 27th (B) St, Bet 64th St. and 65th St. Mandalay

 

422.

Light World Co., Ltd.

155, 30th St., Bet. 82nd St. & 83rd St., Chan Aye Thar San Tsp., Mandalay

 

423.

Pyi See Pwar Ltd.

71-Hta, 10th St., Bet. 74th St. & 75th St., Oo Boketaw Qtr., Mandalay

 

424.

Win Malar Aung Trading Co., Ltd.

G-5 (A), Industrial Zone (1), Pyi Gyi Dagun Tsp, Mandalay

 

425.

Yee Shin Co., Ltd.

287, 82nd St., Bet. 27th & 28th St., Mandalay

 

426.

Tun Family

105-106, Bogyoke Nay Win St. Thanlyin

 

427.

Mahar Kyaw Mahar Co. Ltd

5, Nayapati Sithu St. Salin Tsp, Magway

 

428.

Thiri Khit Tayar

106, 7th St. Mingalar Ward, Pyinmana

 


IRON & STEEL FOUNDRIES

 

Name

Date of listing

19.11.2007

429.

111 (Triple One),

111, 2nd St., Industrial Zone, Okkalapa (South) Tsp, Yangon

 

430.

Aung Chanthar,

1, Cor. of Nanmatu 1st St., & Zaung Tu St., Zone (3), Dagon Myothit (South) Tsp, Yangon

 

431.

Excellence Mineral Casting Co., Ltd.

Plot No 142, U Tayoke Gyi St., Industrial Zone (4), Hlaing Tharya Tsp, Yangon

 

432.

MET Co-op Ltd.

42-49, Industrial Rd., Ind. Zone, Shwepyitha Tsp, Yangon

 

433.

Sein Win & Bros (U)

45, 55th St., (2) Ward, Pazundaung Tsp, Yangon

 

434.

Win (U) & Sons

19 (B), Yadana Theingi St., Zone (3), South Dagon Tsp, Yangon

 

435.

Aung Naing Thu

I/H-171, Cor. of 61st St & Awarat St., Industrial Zone, Mandalay

 

436.

Aung Naing Thu

Cor. 41st St., & Sein Pan Rd., Near No. (3) Bus Stop, Mandalay

 

437.

Aung Naing Thu

Plot-589, D/13-16, Yangon Main Rd., May Zin Thein St.,

Htein Kone Ward, Zone (1), Mandalay

 

MINING COMPANIES

438.

Asia Guiding Star Services

Rm 21, Bldg 207, Anawratha Rd, Pabedan, Yangon

 

439.

Boom Tip Private Co Ltd

001-C (G/F), Shwegon Plaza, Shwegondaing Rd, Bahan, Yangon

 

440.

Chit Thein Mining Joint Venture

556, 6th Street, East Gyogone, Insein, Yangon

 

441.

Concordia International

B-2, R-5, Myanmar Info-Tech, Hlaing, Yangon

 

442.

Concordia International

3rd-5th Floor, Shwegon Plaza Office Tower, Kaba Aye Pagoda Rd, Bahan, Yangon

 

443.

Delco Ltd

5D Thurein Yeikmon, Bayint Naung Road, Hlaing, Yangon

 

444.

East Asia Gold Co Ltd

274B, Myawaddy St, Myaynigon, Sanchaung, Yangon

 

445.

East One Mining Co Ltd

56 Aung Thabyay St, Kyuntaw South Ward, Sanchaung, Yangon

 

446.

East One Mining Co Ltd

274B, Myawaddy St, Myaynigon, Sanchaung, Yangon

 

447.

Explorers Consulting Ltd

Bldg 4, Room 4, Bayint Naung St, Saunh Hay Man Housing, North Dagon, Yangon

 

448.

Future Engineering & Gold Mining Co Ltd

274B, Myawaddy St, Myaynigon, Sanchaung, Yangon

 

449.

Haw Khan Co Ltd

37 (tha-2), Sibintharyar St, Parami, Myayagon, Yangon

 

450.

Htarwara mining company

Name of director: Maung Ko

 

451.

Ivanhoe Myanmar Holdings Ltd

88 Room 302 Pyay Road, Int’l Business Centre, Hlaing, Yangon

 

452.

Jinghpaw Academy Co Ltd

D2-A Cherry Garden Housing, Cherry 3rd Lane, 14/3 Qtr, South Okkalapa Tsp, Yangon

 

453.

KTM Mineral Prod Coop Society

Nya-73, Yuzana St, Bayint Naung Warehouse, MYGNN, Yangon

 

454.

Kang Long Gold Co Ltd

7-D (7th floor) Nyaung Pin Lay, LMDWW, Yangon

 

455.

Kang Long Gem Co Ltd

7-D (7th floor) Nyaung Pin Lay, LMDWW, Yangon

 

456.

Kayah Golden Gate Mining Co Ltd

233/235 3rd floor, 32nd Street, Pabedan, Yangon

 

457.

KTM Enterprise Ltd

30A University Avenue Road, Bahan, Yangon

 

458.

Kwan Lon Regional Development Co Ltd

30, Room 1, Yaw Min Gyi Rd, Dagon, Yangon

 

459.

Lamintayar Mining Co Ltd

124 (G/F) 52nd St, Pazundaung, Yangon

 

460.

Maha Dana Mining Co Ltd

5 Hospital Street, Bauk Htaw, Pyithaya, Yankin, Yangon

 

461.

Ma Naw Ahla

112A Phone Gyi Street, Lanmadaw, Yangon

 

462.

May Flower Mining Enterprise Ltd,

159-161 Myanmar Gongyi St, MTNTT, Yangon

 

463.

MGJ Group Coop Ltd

125, 1st Floor, Anawratha Rd, Pazundaung, Yangon

 

464.

Mining Enterprise no 1

90 Kanbe Road, Yankin, Yangon

 

465.

Mining enterprise no 2

90 Kanbe Road, Yankin, Yangon

 

466.

Mining enterprise no 3

90 Kanbe Road, Yankin, Yangon

 

467.

Moon Co Ltd

70-K, Ngwe Wut Hmon Yeiktha, Shwe Taung Gyar, Bahan, Yangon

 

468.

Myanmar Austino Resources Ltd

03-04 Sedona Hotel, Kaba Aye Pagoda Rd, Yankin, Yangon

 

469.

Myanmar BPL Resources Ltd,

189 Bo Myat Tun Rd, Pazunaung, Yangon

 

470.

Myanmar ECI Joint Venture Co Ltd

1 Shwe Li Street, Bahan, Yangon

 

471.

Myanmar First Dynasty Mines Ltd

88, Unit b302, IBC Compund, Pyay Rd, 6.5 mile, Hlaing, Yangon

 

472.

Myanmar Ivanhoe Copper Trading Co Ltd

70(I), Bo Chein Lane, Pyay Road, 6th Mile, Hlaing, Yangon

 

473.

Myanmar Shwe Kone Lone Mining Co

14 Wut Kyaung St, Pazundaung, Yangon

 

474.

Myanmar Soon Pacific Co Ltd

7 Thiri Yadanar Yeiktha, Michaungkan Bk 3, WAizayandar RD,TGKNN, Yangon

 

475.

Myanmar Soon Pacific Co Ltd

100/101A Pale Myothit, 3 Main Rd, Cor of Baydar Lane (2), MDNN, Yangon

 

476.

Myanmar Tin/Tungsten Co Ltd

171, 28th St, Pabedan, Yangon

 

477.

Nan Cherry International Co Ltd

10, 001, Near Bayint Naung Tower, Bayint Naung Rd, Kamayut, Yangon

 

478.

Oil & Gas Services Co Ltd

23 Thukha St, Yankin, Yangon

 

479.

Panthu Geological Services Co-operative Ltd

262/264, Room (B/03-04), 3rd floor, Dagon Centre, Pyay Road, Sanchaung, Yangon

 

480.

Sandi Mining Co Ltd

170/176 Room 201, 2nd floor, Bo Aung Kyaw Street, MGW Centre, Bohahtaung, Yangon

 

481.

Sea Sun Star Mining Prod. & Marketing Co

16A, Room 17 (3rd floor), Ma Kyee Kyee St, Sanchaung, Yangon

 

482.

Shan Yoma Nagar Co Ltd

19 Shwe Pone Nyet Yeikmon, Bayintt Naung Rd, Kamayut, Yangon

 

483.

Shwe Moung Taan Trading & Mining Co

117 (1st floor) 42nd St, BTHGG, Yangon

 

484.

Shwe Thanlwin Co Ltd

61-W, Bayint Naung Rd, Hlsing, Yangon

 

485.

Smart Technical Services Co Ltd

5th Floor, Banyadala Road, City Bank Bldg, Mingala Taung, Nyunt, Yangon

 

486.

Thein Than Mining Co Ltd

266 Shwebontha St, Pabedan, Yangon

 

487.

Theingi Shwe Sin Co Ltd

293 (1st floor) Shwebontha St, Pabedan, Yangon

 

488.

Vantage Co Ltd

80, 50th Street, Pazundaung, Yangon

 

489.

Wa Regional Development General Trading Co Ltd

8 Kan St, 6 Mile, Hlaing, Yangon

 

490.

Yadanar Win Co Ltd

117, 1st floor, 42nd St, BTHGG, Yangon

 

491.

Zarli Group of Companies

18 Inya Road, Kamayut, Yangon

 

492.

Concordia International

5 (GF) SY Bldg, Bet 77 & 78th St, Chan Aye Thazan Tsp, Mandalay

 

493.

Future Engineering and Gold Mining Co Ltd

197, 32nd St bet 79 and 80th St, Mandalay

 

494.

Shwe Thanlwin Co Ltd,

78th St, opposite 42nd St, Maha Aung Myay Tsp, Mandalay

 

495.

Theingi Shwe Sin Co Ltd

1-F, Cor of 27 & 78th St, Mandalay

 

496.

Myanmar ECI Joint Venture Co Ltd

Barite Powdering Plant, Thazi

 

497.

Myanmar Ivanhoe Copper Ltd

Salingyi/Salingyi Tsp, Monywa

 

498.

Sea Sun Star Mining Prod & Marketing Co Ltd

432 Yuzana Ward, Myitkyina

 

499.

May Flower Mining Ent Ltd,

Inbyin, Kalaw

 

500.

Kayah Golden Gate Mining Co

Da-5, Padauk St, Dhamaryon Ward, Loikaw

 

MINING EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES

Mining and Mining Equipment

501.

Diethelm Technology

400/406 Merchant Street, Botahtaung, Yangon

 

502.

Geocomp Myanmar Ltd

360 Pyay Rd, Sanchaung, Yangon

 

503.

M-Ways Ltd

274A Rm 1 (1st floor) Pyay RD, SCHGG, Yangon

 

504.

Ma Naw Ahla

112 (A), Phone Gyi St., Lanmadaw Tsp, Yangon

 

505.

Ma Naw Ahla

D2-A, Cherry Garden Housing, Cherry 3rd Lane, 14/3 Quarter,

South Okkalapa Tsp, Yangon

 

506.

Mantra Machinery & Trading Co Ltd

17 Pan Chan Street, Sanchaung, Yangon

 

507.

MSP Ltd

7 Waizayanatar Rd, Thiriyadana Yeiktha, Thingankyan, Yangon

 

508.

Myanmar JPN Equipment Trading Co., Ltd.

Blk. No. (2), Ywama Curve, Bayint Naung Rd., Hlaing Tsp, Yangon

 

509.

Myanmar Tractors Ltd

16 Mya Martar St, Industrial Zone, Thaketa, Yangon

 

510.

Phan Nay Wun Co Ltd

B5 Shwe Padauk Yeik Mon, Shwe Yinmar St, Kamayut, Yangon

 

511.

SAKAMOTO International Co., Ltd.

33-A, Pyay Rd., 7 1/2 Mile, Mayangon Tsp, Yangon

 

512.

Shwe Kywe

101-102 Bldg B, Laydauntkan Rd, Thumingalar Ward, TGKNN, Yangon

 

513.

Sum Cheong (Myanmar) Limited

8-A, Khabaung St., Hlaing Tsp, Yangon

 

514.

Sum Cheong (Myanmar) Ltd.

Thaketa Ind. Ward, Ayeyarwun Rd., Thaketa Tsp, Yangon

 

515.

Supreme Enterprise Limited.

73 (Nya), Yuzana St., Bayint Naung, Mayangon Tsp, Yangon

 

516.

Techno Marketing Ltd

50 Thumingalar Housing Estate, Laydauntkan Rd, TGKNN, Yangon

 

517.

Tractors World Co Ltd

Room 88, Dagon Tower, Shwegondine Junction, Bahan, Yangon

 

518.

TWP Co Ltd

1B, Ind. Zone, Ward 23, SDGNN, Yangon

 

519.

United Machinery Co Ltd

1947b Bogyoke Lane, Yangon Pathein Highway Road, Hlaing Tha Yar, Yangon

 

520.

Kyin Lon

234, 83rd Street (Bet 27th and 28th Streets), Mandalay

 

521.

Myanmar Tractors Ltd

30, 27th Street, (between 68th and 69th St), Mandalay

 

522.

Myanmar Tractors & Trading Co., Ltd.

Mashikahtaung Qtr., Pharkant-Sittaung Rd.,

 

523.

United Machinery Co., Ltd.

G-16, Kywee-se-kan 8th St., Pyi Gyi Tagun Tsp, Mandalay

 

524.

United Machinery Co., Ltd.

Yumar (2) Ward, Pharkant Sethmu Rd., Pharkant

 

ZINC WORKS

525.

Ko Nyein Maung

167 U Chit Maung Rd, Bahan, Yangon

 

526.

Lucky Sunday

Shed (59) Rm (4) Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

527.

Maung Maung Thein & Sons

475 Baho Rd, West Gyo Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

528.

Myat Noe Khin

Shed (8) Rm (1) Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

529.

Tint Lwin, KO & Brothers

1 (B) East Race Course Ed, Tamwe, Yangon

 

ZINC

530.

Aung Soe Moe

123, 36th Street, Kyauktada, Yangon

 

531.

Ayeyarwaddy

Shed (25), Rm (10) Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

532.

Chit Meik Swe

Shed (56) Rm (2/3), Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

533.

Golden Egg

33, 27th Street, Pabedan, Yangon

 

534.

Golden Egg

Shed (11), Rm (3), Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

535.

Hla Thu Kha

Shed (57), Rm (5), Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

536.

Kaung Set Lin

Shed (70A), Rm (1/2) Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

537.

Mawlamyaing

Shed (68) Rm (4), Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

538.

Moe Myittar

Shed (56) Rm (4), Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

539.

Mogok Family

Shed (94) Rm (3), Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

540.

New Hein

Shed (55) Rm (8), Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

541.

New Light

Shed (59) Rm (3), Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

542.

New Seven

Shed (56) Rm (6), Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

543.

Oriental

Shed (8) Rm (3), Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

544.

R S Hla Myint Aung

Shed (75A) Rm (1), Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

545.

San Thit

Shed (55) Rm (7), Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

546.

Shwe Htoo Myat

Shed (57) Rm (8), Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

547.

Shwe Maw Li

Shed (8) Rm (6), Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

548.

Taw Win Tha Zin

Shed (17) Rm (9), Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

549.

Yadanabon

Shed (58) Rm (9), Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

550.

Zaw Myint & Brothers

Shed (56) Rm (10), Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

551.

Zaw Win

Shed (107) Rm (6), Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

552.

Zaw Win

Shed (108) Rm (3/4), Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 

553.

Zaw Win

10 Bayint Naung Rd, Mayangon, Yangon

 

554.

Zaw Win (2)

Shed (107) Rm (5), Saw Bwa Gyi Gon, Insein, Yangon

 


GEMS

 

Name

Date of listing

19.11.2007

555.

Ayawaddy Mandalay

330A, Kaba Aye Pagoda Road, Mayangon, Yangon

 

556.

Deal Export and Import Enterprise

216, Bo Aung Kyaw Street, Batahtaung, Yangon

 

557.

Gold Uni Investment Co., Ltd.

54, Pyay Road, Hlaing Tsp, Yangon

 

558.

Hta Wa Ra Gems

Shop (1008), Kaba Aye Pagoda Road, Sedona Hotel, Yankin, Yangon

 

559.

Jade Land Jewellery Co., Ltd.

263, Thinbyu Road, Botahtaung Yangon

 

560.

Manawmaya Gems and Jewellery

527, New University Avenue Road, Bahan Yangon

 

561.

Myanmar ruby enterprise co Ltd

22/24 Sule Pagoda Road,

Kyauktada Township, Yangon

 

562.

Myanmar gems enterprise

Ministry of Mines,

Head office Building 19, Naypyitaw

 

563.

Myanmar pearl enterprise

Ministry of Mines, Head office Building 19, Naypyitaw

 

564.

Nandawun Souvenir Shop

55, Baho Road, Ahlone Tsp, Yangon

 

565.

Ruby Dragon Jade and Gem Co., Ltd.

39A, Kaba Aye Pagoda Road, Mayangone Township, Yangon

 

566.

Sunny Gems

379, Bogyoke Aung San St., Pabedan, Yangon

 

567.

The Rich Gems

303, U Wisara Road, Sanchaung Tsp, Yangon

 

GOLD DEALER/GOLDSMITHS & GOLD SHOPS

568.

Ah Choon

181 Bogyoke Aung San Market, East Wing, Pabedan, Yangon

 

569.

AK

01-05, Lanamdaw Plaza, Maha Bandoola St., Lanmadaw Tsp

 

570.

Alunkhant Jewel Art

41, Zaya Waddy St., Baho Rd., Sanchaung Tsp, Yangon

 

571.

Ar-tiar Silver Smith & Gold Plating

522, 28th St., Maha Bandoola Rd., Pabadan Tsp., Yangon

 

572.

Arkar (Ko) (Thar Gyi)

22, Innwa St., Kyauk Myaung, Tamwe, Yangon

 

573.

Aung

77/70 Upper Pazundaung Road, Pazundaung, Yangon

 

574.

Aung Chantha

Rm 48, Shed 1, Insein Market, Insein Tsp, Yangon

 

575.

Aung Naing Win

28 (G/F), Seiktha Thukha St., Kyauk Myaung, Tamwe Yangon

 

576.

Aung Nay Lin

14, Kanna Zay, Pann Pin Gyi St., Kyi Myin Daing Tsp, Yangon

 

577.

Aung Nilar

Super World Hall 1, Bogyoke Aung San Market, Pabedan Tsp. Yangon

 

578.

Aung Soe Hla

84, 29th St., Pabedan Pabedan Tsp, Yangon

 

579.

Aung Thamardi (Nagani)

35 (G/F), Shwebontha Rd., Pabedan Tsp. Yangon

 

580.

Aung Thitsar Gold & Jewellery Shop

643 & 629, Maha Bandoola St., Bet. 21st St., & 22nd St., Latha Tsp, Yangon

 

581.

Aung Thitsar Oo

119 Shwebontha St, Pabedan, Yangon

 

582.

Aung Yadanar

238, Shwebontha St., Pabedan Tsp, Yangon

 

583.

Aung Zabu

61 Thamein Bayan Rd, Tamwe, Yangon

 

584.

Awarat

3 A, Kyaik Waing Pagoda Rd, 3 Ward, Mayangon, Yangon

 

585.

Aye Kyi Thar Jewellery & Gold Shop

61, Eain Gyi St., Yaykyaw, Pazundaung Tsp, Yangon

 

586.

Bangkok

631 Maha Bandoola St, Latha, Yangon

 

587.

Banhoe

663, maha Bandoola Road, Corner of 20th St & Latha St., Latha Tsp, Yangon

 

588.

Bhone Han Gyaw

196, Bogyoke Aung San Market (East Wing), Bogyoke Aung San Road, Pabedan Tsp, Yangon

 

589.

Boe Yadanar Co., Ltd.

45, Tay Nu Yin St., 7 1/2 Mile, Pyay Rd., Mayangon Tsp, Yangon

 

590.

Cartia Diamond House

137 Shewbontha St, Pabedan, Yangon

 

591.

Chaung Ho

719, Maha Bandoola Road, Latha Tsp, Yangon

 

592.

Chaung Kyin

635 Maha Bandoola St, Latha, Yangon

 

593.

Chein Hauk (Chein Hawt)

183 Banyadala Rd, Tamwe, Yangon

 

594.

Chein Kinn

199, Banyadala Rd, Tamwe, Yangon

 

595.

Chein San (Chain San)

639 Maha Bandoola St, Latha, Yangon

 

596.

Chein Sweet (Chain Sweet)

537/541 Maha Bandoola St, Latha, Yangon

 

597.

Chein Win

675B Maha Bandoola St, Latha, Yangon

 

598.

Chin Yi

707, Maha Bandoola Road, Between 18th St. and Sin Oh Dan St., Latha Tsp, Yangon

 

599.

Chitti (Chit Tee)

Bldg 1, Rm 001, Upper Pazundaung Rd, Pazundaung, Yangon

 

600.

Chone Whar

647 Maha Bandoola St, Latha, Yangon

 

601.

Chong Li

641, Maha Bandoola Road, Latha Tsp, Yangon

 

602.

City Love

C-14, Super World (1), Bogyoke Aung San Market, Pabedan Tsp, Yangon

 

603.

Crown (Tharaphu)

212, Shwebontha St., Pabedan Tsp, Yangon

 

604.

Daung Sandar

117A, Lay Daunk Kan Rd, Thingankyun, Yangon

 

605.

Diamond Crown

78 Shwebontha St, Pabedan, Yangon

 

606.

Diamond Glory

(B-1) Super World (1), Bogyoke Market, Pabedan Tsp, Yangon

 

607.

Diamond Mart

Bogyoke Aung San Market (North Wing), Pabedan Tsp, Yangon

 

608.

Diamond Palace

665 Maha Bandoola St, Pabedan, Yangon

 

609.

Diamond Queen

75, U.T.C Compound, Inya Road, Ward (9), Kamayut Tsp, Yangon

 

610.

Doh A-Myo-Thar

65, Upper Pazundaung St., Pazundaung Tsp, Yangon

 

611.

Double Dragon

75/77 Top Floor, Wadan St, Lanmadaw, Yangon

 

612.

Ei Shwe Sin

537 (G/F) Maha Bandoola St, Padeban, Yangon

539, Maha Bandoola St, Padeban, Yangon

 

613.

Ever

96/97, Yangon-Insein Road, (3) Qtr., Hlaing Tsp, Yangon

 

614.

Everest Gold Shop

3-A, Kyaikwine Pagoda Road, (3) Qtr, Hlaing Tsp, Yangon

 

615.

Flying Elephant

516, Maha Bandoola Road, Pabedan Tsp, Yangon

 

616.

Emperor Jewellery

127-C2, Old Yaydashay Rd., Bahan Tsp, Yangon

 

617.

Emperor Jewellery,

22, West Shed (C), Bogyoke Aung San Market, Pabedan Tsp, Yangon

 

618.

Forever

A 2/005 Banyadala Rd, Tamwe, Yangon

 

619.

Fun Fun Gems, Jewellery & Souvenir

9-2, Khabaung St., Hlaing Tsp, Yangon

 

620.

Gems Jade Carving & Jewellery

66, Kaba Aye Pagoda Rd., Mayangone Tsp, Yangon

 

621.

Gold 1000

573, Maha Bandoola Road, Pabedan Tsp, Yangon

 

622.

Gold 2000 Goldsmiths & Jewellery

711, Maha Bandoola St., Bet. 18th St., & Sin-oh-dan St., Latha Tsp, Yangon

 

623.

Gold & Emerald Co., Ltd.

134, Shwebontha Road, Pabedan Tsp, Yangon

 

624.

Gold Fish

144 Shwebontha St, Pabedan, Yangon

 

625.

Golden Banner

709 Maha Bandoola St, Latha, Yangon

 

626.

Golden Bell Jewellery

66, Kaba Aye Pagoda Road, Mayangone Tsp, Yangon

 

627.

Golden Crown

77, 44th St., Botahtaung Tsp, Yangon

104, 50th St., Pazundaung Tsp, Yangon

30, Dawna Road, Pazundaung Tsp, Yangon

 

628.

Golden Crown - Tai Inn

725, Mahabandoola Rd., Top of 17th St., Latha Tsp, Yangon

633, maha Bandoola Road, Latha Township, Yangon

 

629.

Golden Lion World

56, 29th St., Upper Block, Pabedan Tsp, Yangon

 

630.

Golden Palace

701/703 Maha Bandoola St, Latha, Yangon

 

631.

Golden Palace

743 Maha Bandoola St, Latha, Yangon

 

632.

Golden Pearl

136, Bogyoke Market (West Wing) Bogyoke Aung San Road, Pabedan Tsp, Yangon.

25, 1st Fl., FMI Centre, Bogyoke Aung San Rd., Pabedan Tsp. Yangon

 

633.

Golden Shawl

22, 29th St., Pabedan Tsp, Yangon

 

634.

Golden Tiger

635, Maha Bandoola St., Cor. of 22nd St., Latha Tsp, Yangon

 

635.

Hall Mark Gems & Jewellery

16, Front Wing, Bogyoke Aung San Market, Bogyoke Aung San Rd., Pabedan Tsp. Yangon

 

636.

Hanthawaddy

77/70 Upper Pazundaung Rd, Pazundaung, Yangon

 

637.

Hein

120, 29th Street, Pabedan, Yangon

16, 46th Street, Bothataung Tsp, Yangon

 

638.

Hein Sin

81(B), 22nd St., Latha Tsp, Yangon

 

639.

Hla Hla Maw

66, Shed 3, Insein Market, Insein Tsp, Yangon

 

640.

Hla Myint Mo

136 Shwebontha St, Pabedan, Yangon

 

641.

Hla Thida

Station Road, Corner of Mya Yadanar Zay, Mayanggone Tsp, Yangon

 

642.

Hla Tun (U) & Than Win (Daw)

20, Aung Tayza Byine0Yay0Oh-Sin Ward, Tamwe Tsp, Yangon

 

643.

Hlaing Htate Htar

65, Saya San Road, Bahan Tsp, Yangon

W(18/19) (G/F), Yuzana Plaza, Banyar Dala Road, Mingala Taung Nyunt Tsp, Yangon

 

644.

Hlyan Hlyan Wai

Rm. 5/500 (G/F), Aung Chanthat Housing, Shwegondaing Rd., Bahan Tsp, Yangon

 

645.

Ho Saan

653B Maha Bandoola St, Latha, Yangon

 

646.

Hong Kong

515/B, Rm. 9, Maha Bandoola Road, Between Shwebontha St and 28th St., Pabedan Tsp, Yangon

 

647.

Hong Le (Hone Lee)

677A Matha Bandoola St, Latha, Yangon

 

648.

Hon Sein

62, 24th St., Between 83rd St., and 84th St., Aung Myay Thazan Tsp, Yangon

 

649.

Htate Tan Aung Yadanar

10, Kyauk Myaung (Face Raw), Kyaikasan Rd., Tamwe Tsp, Yangon

 

650.

Htate Tan Construction

83, 12th St., Lanmadaw Tsp, Yangon

 

651.

Htate Tann

683, Maha Bandoola St., Cor. of 19th St., Latha Tsp, Yangon

10/11, Mingaladon Market, Mingalardon Tsp, Yangon

 

652.

Htay

911C Pyay Rd, 10th Mile, Insein, Yangon

 

653.

Htay Aung

Bldg 5, Rm. 3, Infornt of Pazundaung Market, Pazundaung St (Upper), Yangon

 

654.

Htay Htay (Daw)

364, Maydarwi Road, Norht Okkalar Tsp, Yangon

 

655.

Hton (U)

Rm5, (G/F), Lanmadaw Plaza, Lanmadaw St., Lanmadaw Tsp, Yangon.

528, Maha Bandoola Rd. Between 27th & 28th St., Pabedan Tsp, Yangon

 

656.

Htoo

537 Maha Bandoola St, Latha, Yangon

 

657.

Htoo Khant

189 Banyadala Rd, Tamwe, Yangon

 

658.

Htun

530, Maha Bandoola Rd., Pabedan Tsp, Yangon

 

659.

Ka Naung

495 Maha Bandoola St, Pabedan, Yangon

499 (B), Maha Bandoola Road, Corner of 29th St., Pabedan Tsp, Yangon

 

660.

Kanbawza

59, Shwebontha Road, Pabedan Tsp, Yangon

 

661.

Kaung

124, 1st Dl., 29th St., Pabedan tsp, Yangon

 

662.

Kaung Kywe

66, Kaba Aye Pagoda Road, Mayangone Tsp, Yangon

 

663.

Kaung Lin

24, G/F, Aung Mingalar St., Tamwe Tsp, Yangon

 

664.

Kaung Lon

519/5 Maha Bandoola St, Pabedan, Yangon