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This Country Buys the Most Weapons From the US Government

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25. Oman
> Arms imports from US, 2010-2020: $0.78 billion
> US arms imports as share of total, 2010-2020: 24.7%
> Largest arms suppliers, 2016-2020: UK, USA, Turkey
> National military expenditure, 2020: $6.73 billion (10.9% of GDP)

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24. Mexico
> Arms imports from US, 2010-2020: $0.81 billion
> US arms imports as share of total, 2010-2020: 43.4%
> Largest arms suppliers, 2016-2020: USA, Netherlands, France
> National military expenditure, 2020: $6.12 billion (0.6% of GDP)

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23. Indonesia
> Arms imports from US, 2010-2020: $0.89 billion
> US arms imports as share of total, 2010-2020: 16.3%
> Largest arms suppliers, 2016-2020: USA, Netherlands, South Korea
> National military expenditure, 2020: $9.40 billion (0.9% of GDP)

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22. Kuwait
> Arms imports from US, 2010-2020: $1.37 billion
> US arms imports as share of total, 2010-2020: 75.4%
> Largest arms suppliers, 2016-2020: N/A
> National military expenditure, 2020: $6.94 billion (6.5% of GDP)

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21. Netherlands
> Arms imports from US, 2010-2020: $1.55 billion
> US arms imports as share of total, 2010-2020: 63.7%
> Largest arms suppliers, 2016-2020: USA, Germany, Italy
> National military expenditure, 2020: $12.58 billion (1.4% of GDP)

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