Kalashnikov Concern to Conquer Markets in Malaysia and Thailand
Russia’s Kalashnikov Concern has concluded a few agreements with Malaysia and Thailand to supply the products for civilian use. Thanks to the new contracts, the concern will be able to neutralize the negative impact of the sanctions against Russia and expand its presence in the world.
According to the company’s press center, the concern continues building partnerships with countries in the Asia-Pacific region, Africa and Latin America as part of the new international development strategy. Apart from Malaysia and Thailand, the contacts between the concern and its partners in other Asian countries are also developing.
“The concern has recently increased the exports of civilian products, which corresponds to the general tendency of strengthening a position in the global arms market. This year, Kalashnikov Concern continues to actively explore new and promising markets,” Kalashnikov Concern CEO Alexey Krivoruchko said.