America in 2010 arms sales accounted for over 60% market share
BEIJING, February 28, according to Singapore’s “Lianhe Zaobao” reported on the 28th, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute yesterday (27) published a report that does not include Chinese companies, including Global 100 largest arms Dealers in 2010 sold a total of $ 411 billion worth of arms and military services, an increase of 1% compared to 2009.
the Institute’s weapons industry experts Jackson said: “These data again show that, although the financial crisis to other sectors, is still capable of big arms dealers continue to sell weapons and military services.”
United States still is the boss of the arms market, including 44 U.S. arms dealers accounted for more than 60 percent market share, sales amounted to $ 246.6 billion. 7, the top 10 U.S. companies ranked first in the Lockheed Martin Group sales of $ 35.7 billion.
British BAE Systems in second place; European EADS Group VII; Italy’s Finmeccanica Group (the Finmeccanica) eighth.