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Chinese missiles and Russian tanks: Inside Eurosatory 2012

Military supply companies from Russia, China, UAE, Indonesia, Korea, and Libya showed off tanks, missiles and other weapons in Paris at Eurosatory 2012, the largest international military technology show focused on land warfare. The U.S. had the most exhibitors, with 158. But a surprising trend was evident: This year, the number of companies from non-Western countries that showed off new weaponry boomed -- especially Russia and China. Read more

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Tanks seem to point at representatives of the China North Industries Corp., at the Eurosatory military event in Paris.
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The top supplier to the Peoples Liberation Army, China North Industries Corp. (NORINCO), unveiled a major missile system, Sky Dragon.
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Companies from a surprising array of countries showed off weapons systems.
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Chinese military companies made a surprising surge at the Eurosatory show.
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Within the Eurosatory 2012 event a Pakistani military supply company shows off its goods.
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A military supply company from China shows off boots, dress shoes and riot gear to the world at the Eurosatory 2012 show in Paris.
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A military supply company from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) shows off its wares to the world at the Eurosatory 2012 show in Paris.
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Chinese missiles and Russian tanks: Inside Eurosatory 2012

Military supply companies from Russia, China, UAE, Indonesia, Korea, and Libya showed off tanks, missiles and other weapons in Paris at Eurosatory 2012, the largest international military technology show focused on land warfare. The U.S. had the most exhibitors, with 158. But a surprising trend was evident: This year, the number of companies from non-Western countries that showed off new weaponry boomed -- especially Russia and China. Read more

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