Special Report

This Country Buys the Most Weapons From the US Government

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15. Egypt
> Arms imports from US, 2010-2020: $2.56 billion
> US arms imports as share of total, 2010-2020: 20.9%
> Largest arms suppliers, 2016-2020: Russia, France, USA
> National military expenditure, 2020: $4.51 billion (1.2% of GDP)

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14. Afghanistan
> Arms imports from US, 2010-2020: $2.72 billion
> US arms imports as share of total, 2010-2020: 76.0%
> Largest arms suppliers, 2016-2020: USA, Brazil, Belarus
> National military expenditure, 2020: $0.28 billion (1.4% of GDP)

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13. Israel
> Arms imports from US, 2010-2020: $3.09 billion
> US arms imports as share of total, 2010-2020: 70.1%
> Largest arms suppliers, 2016-2020: USA, Germany, Italy
> National military expenditure, 2020: $21.70 billion (5.6% of GDP)

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12. Singapore
> Arms imports from US, 2010-2020: $3.15 billion
> US arms imports as share of total, 2010-2020: 53.2%
> Largest arms suppliers, 2016-2020: USA, Spain, France
> National military expenditure, 2020: $10.86 billion (3.2% of GDP)

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11. Qatar
> Arms imports from US, 2010-2020: $3.33 billion
> US arms imports as share of total, 2010-2020: 51.0%
> Largest arms suppliers, 2016-2020: USA, France, Germany
> National military expenditure, 2020: N/A (0.0% of GDP)

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