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Kramer, Katherine. 2001 ‘Manufacture and Repair.’ Legal Controls on Small Arms and Light Weapons in South East Asia; Occasional Paper No. 3, p. 13. Geneva: Small Arms Survey, the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva and Nonviolence International South East Asia. 1 July

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Manufacture and Repair

Singapore specifically requires that manufacturers and repairers keep records of stock and sales available for inspection.

For example, Singapore requires the following information:

- the date the arm was taken into stock;
- the number of the import licence or the name of the person from whom the arm was purchased or received;
- a description of the arm;
- the number of each type of arm taken into stock;
- the date of sale;
- the number of the purchase or export licence; and
- the quantity of arms sold or exported.

The duration of manufacturer's and repairer's licences varies by country. In Singapore, a licence is valid for two years.

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