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Market Overview. Liberia has not provided viable opportunities for the international military market since the U.N. imposed an arms embargo in 1992 (finally lifted in May 2016). Even in the wake of the resolution of the nation's civil war in 1996, the resignation of Charles Taylor in 2004, and the election of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in 2005, the international community has been reluctant to provide arms to a nation with such a history of domestic conflict. Moreover, the...

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