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Russian military export to exceed $13 million in 2012
29.09.2012 18:06
Russian military export to exceed $13 million in 2012

In 2012 the export volume of military goods is expected to exceed $13 billion, said Mr. Birulin, the Deputy Director of the Federal Service of Military Cooperation. The exact volume was not announced as the ‘numbers may change'.

According to the data of the State Corporation Rostechnology, the volume of the export supplies of the Russian armament and military equipment has exceeded $6.5 billion in the first half 2012. This rate is 14% more than for the same period 2011.

Earlier the possible military export volume in 2012 was estimated $13.6 billion by the Federal Service of Military Cooperation and the State Corporation Rosoboronexport.


Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russian export Russian business    

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