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Resource ID: #16535
Subject: Weapons
Source: Wall Street Journal (New York)
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Date: Apr. 20, 2000

Description

This report features arms manufacturer Lockheed Martin as an example of how the balance of power between buyer and seller has shifted in the international arms trade. A global dropoff in high-tech arms sales has even top-selling Lockheed Martin struggling to stay afloat, offering top-of-the-line equipment at bargain-basement prices to countries like the United Arab Emirates.

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