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About how much money does the world as a whole spend annually for military purposes? Answer a-$12 million b-$120 million c-$12 billion d-$1.2 trillion
World military expenditure in 2010 is estimated to have reached $1.63 trillion at 2010 prices. I would say that the answer is then D) $1.2 trillion
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User: About how much money does the world as a whole spend annually for military purposes? Answer a-$12 million b-$120 million c-$12 billion d-$1.2 trillion

Weegy: World military expenditure in 2010 is estimated to have reached $1.63 trillion at 2010 prices. I would say that the answer is then D) $1.2 trillion
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