|Organization||Peace Myanmar Group|
|Known for||Member of the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army|
Yang Mao-liang (Burmese: ရန်မိုးလျံ; Chinese: 楊茂良; also spelled Yang Mouliang) is a high-ranking member of the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNDAA). He was ousted by Feng Jiasheng from MNDAA and Kokang. He also controls an enterprise called Peace Myanmar Group, which holds the franchise for Mitsubishi Electric in Burma and operates a paint factory and liquor distillery (producing local brands like Myanmar Rum and Myanmar Dry Gin).
Peace Myanmar Group is used to launder and reinvest MNDAA's drug profits in the legal economy. Yang's brother, Yang Mao-xian, was executed in 1994 by China for his involvement in trafficking heroin into southern China.
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