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Text of report by influential, privately-owned South African daily Business Day website on 30 June
[Report by Wilson Johwa: "Half of Arms Exports Dodgy, Says Ceasefire"]
Half of SA's arms exports in the past decade went to 58 countries that failed to meet at least one of the criteria required by the National Conventional Arms Control Act, lobby group Ceasefire Campaign said yesterday.
Of these, sales worth R13.2bn, or about 60 per cent, comprised "sensitive weapons" such as antitank missiles.
India tops this category of buyers, with purchases of R3.2bn between 2000 and last year, followed by the United Arab Emirates, Algeria, Colombia and Saudi …