A human rights group has added 37 companies to its list of corporations that directly or indirectly help finance Burma's military government.
Burma Campaign U.K. says 95 companies are now on its so-called "Dirty List." The group says such companies help keep Burma's military government in power through foreign investment and trade.
Among the companies added to the Dirty List are British automaker Rolls Royce and insurance giant Lloyd's of London.
Burma Campaign U.K. says it removed around 20 companies from the Dirty List, after they ended all involvement in Burma.