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Chinese Arms Shipments to Philippines

In negotiations since last year, some of the small arms shipments from China to the Government of the Philipines arrived amid much fanfare and public ceremony, with the Filipino President Duterte himself presiding over the festivities. Although it does coincide with the current fighting in Marawi, these shipments are the result of a multi-million dollar […] Read More … The post Chinese Arms Shipments to Philippines appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
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