Two weeks after revelations that the Army and Air Force Exchange Service, the Pentagon's buying agency, had been importing goods from a Nicaraguan sweatshop, it has now been revealed that that same agency has so far imported $138,290 of clothing from Myanmar (formerly Burma). This happened at a time when the Clinton administration moved to block financial investments in the country. Myanmar's military government has been accused of human rights violations, including permitting the practice of slave labour.