MOSCOW — Russia has set another record in foreign arms trade. According to Russian President Vladimir Putin, the value of Russian weapons delivered to foreign customers in 2012 exceeded $14 billion — 6% more than in 2011 ($13.2 billion) and more than twice the $6.5 billion reached in 2006. Although no regional breakdown of the defense exports has been officially revealed, India is likely to remain the largest importer of Russian weapons. Despite the fact that the expected handover ...
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