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    Provenance des armes dans les pays en développement

  • Jeff Carter

    Daily chart: who’s arming the developing world? Arms deliveries to developing countries last year were the highest since 2004, totalling $28 billion, or around 60% of global sales. America and Russia, the world’s leading arms suppliers, accounted for around two-thirds of the deliveries.

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    Arm distributors developing countries

  • World Peace Foundation

    Arms sales to developing countries in 2011. Source: The Economist.

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