China’s growing military prowess goes beyond work on ever-more-advanced missile systems—the Pentagon also expects it to become a stronger force in the export market as its industry develops increasingly sophisticated technology. While arms sales have been of secondary importance to China in recent years, “as the quality of [Chinese] weapons systems improves, . . . this trend may reverse,” the Pentagon says in its annual report to Congress on Chinese military and security developments. ...

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