Polish President Andrzej Duda speaks with Lee Bong Keun representative of Korea Aerospace Industries Ltd stand near model of multi-role platform FA-50 nn Kielce, Poland on September 5. Photo: Reuters
Polish President Andrzej Duda speaks with Lee Bong Keun representative of Korea Aerospace Industries Ltd stand near model of multi-role platform FA-50 nn Kielce, Poland on September 5. Photo: Reuters
South Korea

South Korea emerging as key arms supplier amid billion-dollar deals with Poland, Malaysia

  • Korea Aerospace Industries is expected to sign an executive contract this week to export 48 FA-50 aircraft to Poland for some US$3 billion
  • South Korean total arms exports in 2022 are likely to surpass US$10 billion, up from US$7 billion last year

Polish President Andrzej Duda speaks with Lee Bong Keun representative of Korea Aerospace Industries Ltd stand near model of multi-role platform FA-50 nn Kielce, Poland on September 5. Photo: Reuters
Polish President Andrzej Duda speaks with Lee Bong Keun representative of Korea Aerospace Industries Ltd stand near model of multi-role platform FA-50 nn Kielce, Poland on September 5. Photo: Reuters
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