NEW DELHI – The U.S. has become India’s largest defense supplier in the past three fiscal years in terms of money spent, eclipsing traditional #1 arms supplier Russia, according to statistics revealed by Defense Minister Arun Jaitley on Aug. 12 in parliament. The U.S. has secured 40% of the money spent by India on defense imports in the past three years, followed by Russia with 30% and France with 14%. Israel, which used to be among the top two, has slipped to fourth place with ...
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