China News Service, March 7th According to the South American Overseas Chinese News Network, the Peruvian National Institute of Information Statistics (INEI) recently said that due to the rising insecurity of the Peruvian population, it is expected that the sales of civilian non-lethal weapons will exceed 1 this year. Billion Sol, a 40% increase over the same period last year.
According to Japanese reports, INEI pointed out that 87% of Peruvians feel unsafe, and most of them believe that they will become victims of violent robbery in the next 12 months.
INEI shows that Peruvian men's demand for civilian non-lethal weapons accounts for about 70% of total demand, and their average cost of purchasing weapons is 3,000 sol. In addition, men prefer to buy more advanced weapons, such as ejector. . Peruvian women spend an average of 500 sols on weapons, and they prefer to buy pepper sprays, electric shocks and other weapons.
In terms of frequency of purchases, Peruvians buy non-lethal weapons one or two times a year. In addition, Lima's demand for civilian non-lethal weapons accounts for approximately 60% of the country's total demand.