China's Poly Technologies gets in with Sisi's army thanks to IMUT's armoured vehicles

The armoured vehicles IMUT ST-500 (centre) and ST-100 (left and right).
The armoured vehicles IMUT ST-500 (centre) and ST-100 (left and right). © IMUT/Facebook
Chinese defence giant Poly Technologies has secretly taken a stake in the capital of IMUT, a company set up to deliver locally-built armoured vehicles to the Egyptian army and which is run from Pretoria by American-Egyptian busnessman Michel F. Knight. [...] (821 words)
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