In 2018, the revenue of General Dynamics amounted to nearly 36.2 billion U.S. dollars.

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Revenue of the defense technology supplier General Dynamics from 2002 to 2018 (in million U.S. dollars)

Revenue in million U.S. dollars
2018 36,193
2017 30,973
2016 30,561
2015 31,871
2014 30,852
2013 30,930
2012 30,992
2011 32,122
2010 31,964
2009 31,981
2008 29,300
2007 27,240
2006 24,063
2005 20,975
2004 18,868
2003 16,328
2002 13,680

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