Mobile Gun Systems Genuflecting to Caesar and Stryker

June 2007
Armada International;Jun/Jul2007, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p58
The article considers the state of the international market for self-propelled artillery. According to Forecast International, the market for self-propelled artillery is in a highly competitive and dynamic state. The company believes that over 4,500 systems will be produced through 2016. Furthermore, the company speculates that the Samsung Techwin K9 Thunder program will lead the market with more than 28 percent of the share through 2016.


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