Swedish military exports grew 2% in 2017, according to a new report from the Swedish Inspectorate of Strategic Products. Swedish exports of military equipment totaled 11.3 billion kronor ($1.38 billion) for the year, buoyed by the sale of Saab JAS 39 Gripen fighters to Brazil. More than 80% of Sweden’s arms sales went to various European countries and Canada, South Korea, the U.S., Brazil and India. Other customers included the United Arab Emirates (accounting for 141 million kronor) ...

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