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Lazarevic, Jasna. 2011 ‘Small Arms Trade Transparency Barometer 2011, covering major exporters.’ Small Arms Survey 2011: States of Security; Table 1.2, pp. 16-17. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press and the Small Arms Survey, the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva. 6 July

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Table 1.2: Small Arms Trade Transparency Barometer 2011, covering major exporters*

[49 countries ranked by] Total Score (maximum 25 points):

1) Switzerland - 21.00
2) United Kingdom - 20.00
3) Germany - 18.75
4) Serbia - 18.50
5) Romania - 18.00
6) Belgium - 17.75
7) Netherlands - 17.00
8) Spain - 16.50
9) Norway - 16.25
9) United States - 16.25
11) Sweden - 15.50
12) Italy - 15.25
13) Czech Republic - 15.00
14) Denmark - 14.75
15) Finland - 14.00
15) Poland - 14.00
17) France - 13.50
17) Slovakia - 13.50
19) Montenegro - 12.50
20) Austria - 12.25
20) Portugal - 12.25
22) Canada - 11.75
23) Bulgaria - 11.50
24) Israel - 10.75
25) Croatia - 10.50
26) Australia - 10.25
26) Hungary - 10.25
26) South Korea - 10.25
29) Pakistan - 9.75
29) Thailand - 9.75
31) India - 9.25
31) Mexico - 9.25
31) Turkey - 9.25
34) Argentina - 9.00
34) Bosnia and Herzegovina - 9.00
34) Japan - 9.00
34) Philippines - 9.00
38) Brazil - 8.50
38) Cyprus - 8.50
38) United Arab Emirates - 8.50
41) China - 8.00
41) Ukraine - 8.00
43) Taiwan - 7.75
44) Singapore - 7.00
45) Russian Federation - 6.00
46) Saudi Arabia - 3.25
47) South Africa - 2.00
48) Iran - 0.00
48) North Korea - 0.00

* Major exporters are countries that export - or are believed to export - at least USD 10 million worth of small arms, light weapons, their parts, accessories, and ammunition annually.

The 2011 Barometer includes all countries that qualified as a major exporter at least once during the 2001-09 period.

ID: Q5354

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