Seoul – South Korea is making its mark on global arms trade, with President Moon Jae-in shepherding large deals to export indigenous weapons systems during his recent visits to Australia and the Middle East.
The Asian country, which faces a constant security threat across the border from North Korea, is the world’s ninth-largest arms exporter and has grabbed more than half of the market share for self-propelled artillery.
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