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|Rega Armilaro Corporation|
|Founded||2000; 16 years ago|
|Headquarters||RAC Building, Gvonn, Alconbria|
|Key people||Eloisa Narváez (CEO) |
Rubén Narváez (Chairman)
|Product||Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Anti-Aircraft Missiles, Radars, Guided Rockets, Small Arms, Boats, Satellites|
|Subsidiaries||Oitsenema Energy Ltd.|
|Owner||Government of Alconbria|
The Rega Armilaro Corporation is an Alconbrian government-owned defense contractor and aerospace company. It is the second largest defence contractor for Alconbria, following the Alconbria Military Industries. The company was found in 2000, as a company to manufacture weapons to supply the Military of Alconbria during the Altivebrian Civil War.
The company has also developed several renewable energy projects across Alconbria, including creating South America's largest solarpanel cluster; as well as several windmill farms across the country. The company also started a desalination plant under it's subsidiary.
The company attracted international controversy after it forcefully acquired land belonging to the Mayan reservations in Alconbria, which was illegal as per the law. However, the government did not take any action regarding this, and mass protests were held by the Mayans across many cities in 2012. Secretary of State Laurel Copete did not authorize the use of force to supress the riots, leading the mass arrests of many of the protectors. Over 5,000 Mayans were imprisoned, and were subject to military laws rather than civilian laws. Fearing the military laws, the protests soon quietened.