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The military controls vast swathes of Myanmar’s economy through the holding firms and their subsidiaries, with interests ranging from beer and cigarettes to telecom, tires, mining, and real estate.

"Demonstrators in the city of Monywa poured cans of beer over their feet and those of passers-by to show their contempt for the brewery’s owners — the military." Like many military businesses, Myanmar Beer has has seen its sales plummet since the coup.

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Why are Myanmar protesters pouring beer on their feet? They're showing their contempt for the brewery's owners: the military. Myanmar Beer has seen its sales plummet since the February 1 military coup

Myanmar protesters dump beer from military-owned brewery as junta cracks down

LOOK: Demonstrators in Monywa, Myanmar poured beer over their feet to show their contempt for the brewery's owners: the military. Myanmar Beer has seen its sales plummet since the February 1 military coup

LOOK: Demonstrators in Monywa, Myanmar poured beer over their feet to show their contempt for the brewery's owners: the military. Myanmar Beer has seen its sales plummet since the February 1 military coup

Japan beer giant @NogueiraKim  is cutting ties with military-linked business in Myanmar. We call on all other international businesses linked to the Myanmar military to do the same.

Kirin to end beer tie-ups with Myanmar’s military after coup via @financialtimes 

Japanese brewer Kirin to end beer partnership with Myanmar company after coup

Myanmar coup: Beer giant Kirin pulls out of partnership

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Japan beer giant @NogueiraKim  is cutting ties with military-linked busin #Myanmarss  in . We call on all other international businesses linked to the Myanmar military to do the same.

Kirin beer company cuts brewery ties with Myanmar military over coup

Beer giant Kirin pulling out of partnership in Myanmar that is linked to the country's military

It should have happened sooner, but Japan's Kiran beer will abandon its partnership with a Myanmar brewery part-owned by the military generals who just mounted a coup. Other companies should follow suit.

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Japan's Kirin to terminate Myanmar beer alliance after coup

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Following our report exposing business links between beer company Kirin and the Myanmar military, Kirin has suspended payments to the military company. This is an important first step, but it should disengage responsibly and other companies should follow suit.

From beer to mining, international businesses may be funding war crimes in Myanmar when they partner with MEHL - a company run by, and for, Myanmar’s military. Read our investigation:

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Oh dear. Profit from craft beer supporting military regime in Myanmar.

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