The new arms boom: Who's buying what
In 2010, the Department of Defense announced overseas arms sales worth up to $103 billion. The deals aren't done, but they signal a bump in international revenues for American defense contractors. Here are some of last year's biggest authorizations.
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150 AMRAAM missiles
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Up to $358 million
By Mina Kimes, writer
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Last updated February 11 2011: 6:15 AM ET
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