The answer is the same for most of the top five bulletproof apparel brands: China, Japan, Russia and United States.
But there’s a twist.
While the Chinese are the largest bulletproof manufacturer, they have yet to join the ranks of the US and China.
For a long time, China has dominated the bulletproof market, and has been the only company that can claim the top spot in terms of market share.
This was due in part to its ability to offer bulletproof technology and a low price point.
However, this low price tag has been eroded by the country’s expanding military footprint and the rise of its own bulletproof manufacturing industry.
Now China is stepping up its game, and its top three brands have been able to jump onto the list.
With the exception of Japan, all of these brands have a large presence in Asia.
Bulletproof apparel is a lucrative business for the Chinese, and while there is still a lack of international penetration, Chinese brands are starting to expand their operations in Asia, particularly in China.
For example, China’s largest clothing manufacturer, China Iron & Steel Corp., has been in the spotlight recently due to the ongoing investigation into its use of lead in bulletproof jackets.
In December, China was ordered to pay nearly $200 million to the United States and to settle claims from more than 200 companies.
As a result of the investigation, the company announced that it would be phasing out the use of bulletproof materials in its bulletproof-clad jackets.
The company’s announcement comes as the United Kingdom announced that the government was looking into whether the company had breached the UK’s Lead-Free Standard, which is designed to prevent the manufacture of lead-based coatings in the UK.
If the government is able to prove that China Iron and Steel has violated the Lead-free Standard, it could force the company to pay the UK some $1.3 billion.
Despite these recent developments, the Chinese have continued to dominate the bulletproportions market, with China Iron and Steel receiving over $2 billion in revenue in 2015.
Although China Iron&Steel is a small, privately held company, the brand is already considered one of the best-known brands in the world.
The company has a long history in China, dating back to the 1960s, when it was founded by Chinese immigrants, who opened the first company in China to make bulletproof footwear.
Over the years, the brand has continued to expand its product line, making it the biggest and most diverse bulletproof brand in the Asia-Pacific region.
And despite its history, China is still far from being the only country that manufactures bulletproof goods.
A number of countries in the region have made notable strides in making their own bulletproposals.
Among them are Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia and Taiwan.
Taiwan, in particular, has been taking a more aggressive approach to improving the quality of its bulletproposal market and has become the world’s top supplier of bulletproposes to companies.
In 2018, Taiwan signed a 10-year deal with China to produce and sell bulletproof shoes and armor to foreign companies, which included a deal with a bulletproof car manufacturer.
After the deal was announced, the Taiwanese government announced that its military would not be allowed to use its military forces for military-related purposes.
To help meet the threat of the North Korean nuclear program, Taiwan has developed a variety of ballistic and ballistic-capable ballistic missiles, such as the KN-08, which can carry ballistic missiles as large as 300 kilograms (880 pounds) to hit targets in the South China Sea.
At the same time, Taiwan is developing a variety on the production of bulletresistant clothing, which includes bulletproof socks, bulletproof underwear and bulletproof shorts.
China has been an increasingly important market for the company in recent years, especially due to its efforts to expand production in the country and its growing military presence.
Its recent expansion is also making the Chinese market more competitive.
On average, China consumes approximately 25% of the world market for bulletproof products, according to the Global Institute of Commerce.
Last year, China overtook Japan as the largest importer of bullet-resistant clothing and apparel in the global market, according the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).
The trend is expected to continue, with the government investing billions of dollars in bullet-proof clothing and armor.