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The defense industry can also be described as the arm industry is an international industry task with the production and sales of ammunition and military technology. It comprises of a commercial industry concerned with the engineering, research and development, servicing and production, of military material, facilities and equipment. Arms-manufacturing industry could also be referred to as defense contractors, military industry, or as the arms dealers, manufacture ammunition mostly for the armed forces of nations. Departments of government also function in the arms industry, buying and selling ammunition, weapons, and other military items. An arsenal is a place where ammunition and arms are produced, repair and maintained, issued or stored, in any combination, whether publicly or privately owned. Products include missiles, guns, military aircraft, artillery, ammunition, military vehicles , ships, electronic systems, holographic weapon sights, night vision devices, laser sights, , landmines, laser rangefinders,  hand grenades and more. The arms industry also renders other operational and logistical and support.

Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) approximated in 2012 that 2012 military expenses were around 1.8 trillion usd. This constitutes a comparative decline from 1990 when military expenses made up 4% of global GDP. Fraction of the fund goes to the purchase of military services and hardware from the military industry. The collective arms sales of the top 100 biggest arms-manufacturing industry resulted to an estimated $395 billion in 2012 according to SIPRI. In 2004 over $30 billion were incurred in the global arms trade (a figure that precludes local sales of arms). According to SIPRI, the quantity of global transfers of main weapons in 2010–14 was 16 per cent more than in 2005–2009. The fifth largest exporters in 2010–2014 were the United States, China Russia, France and Germany, and the fifth largest importers were Pakistan, India, Saudi Arabia, China, and United Arab Emirates.

Various industrialized countries have a local arms-industry to provide their own military equipment. Some nations also have a considerable legal or illegal local trade in ammunition for use by its populace. Illegal business in small arms happens in many regions and countries affected by political volatility. The Small Arms Survey approximates that 875 million small ammunitions circulate worldwide, manufacture by more than 1,000 industries from nearly 100 countries.

Contracts to supply a specific nation’s military are grants by governments, making arms contracts of considerable political significance. The link between arms trade and politics can metamorphose in to the growth of what United State. President Dwight D. Eisenhower defined as a military-industrial complex, where the commerce, armed forces, and politics become closely linked.

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