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December 06, 2016
Europe, Russia arms groups gain market share in 2015: study
Stockholm (AFP) Dec 5, 2016
Arms manufacturers in Europe and Russia gained market share in 2015, but international sales were still dominated by their US competitors, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) said Monday. For Russian industrialists, the growth underlined "the ministry of defence's commitment to fund military procurement despite the economic difficulties," said the research centre, which consists of experts on defence issues. But although Russian exports increased by 6.2 percent over 201 ... read more

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