Two years ago at the Farnborough International Air Show, defense companies were optimistic about generating export sales to offset declining government support at home. Now Western defense executives are worrying about the rapid spike in competition from companies in China, Israel, India, Brazil and South Korea.  An Avascent survey of 350 senior executives found an increase in competition from China, particularly regarding sales of unmanned aerial vehicles to the Middle East and South ...

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