Fueled for more than a decade by growth in U.S. procurement to fight wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the unmanned aircraft systems market is heading for a sea change. China’s military will become the biggest buyer, says Forecast International, accounting for more than the half the money to be spent on UAS procurement over the next decade. China is striving to emulate—and possibly surpass—the range of unmanned capabilities developed by the U.S., building analogues of the armed ...

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