Special Report

This Country Buys the Most Weapons From the US Government

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5. Japan
> Arms imports from US, 2010-2020: $4.52 billion
> US arms imports as share of total, 2010-2020: 94.0%
> Largest arms suppliers, 2016-2020: USA, UK, Sweden
> National military expenditure, 2020: $49.15 billion (1.0% of GDP)

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4. UAE
> Arms imports from US, 2010-2020: $7.11 billion
> US arms imports as share of total, 2010-2020: 61.4%
> Largest arms suppliers, 2016-2020: USA, France, Russia
> National military expenditure, 2020: N/A (0.0% of GDP)

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3. South Korea
> Arms imports from US, 2010-2020: $7.82 billion
> US arms imports as share of total, 2010-2020: 70.3%
> Largest arms suppliers, 2016-2020: USA, Germany, Spain
> National military expenditure, 2020: $45.74 billion (2.8% of GDP)

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2. Australia
> Arms imports from US, 2010-2020: $9.13 billion
> US arms imports as share of total, 2010-2020: 67.0%
> Largest arms suppliers, 2016-2020: USA, Spain, Switzerland
> National military expenditure, 2020: $27.54 billion (2.1% of GDP)

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1. Saudi Arabia
> Arms imports from US, 2010-2020: $17.61 billion
> US arms imports as share of total, 2010-2020: 64.8%
> Largest arms suppliers, 2016-2020: USA, UK, France
> National military expenditure, 2020: $57.52 billion (8.4% of GDP)

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