An article posted to the Irish web magazine Independent.ie featured pictures of Haitian police sporting a Galil ACE 21 rifle and a Taiwanese T65 rifle or carbine. The T65 is in use by Haitian forces officially, but the ACE is not.
The Galil ACE has garnered considerable attention and contracts since it’s introduction, being licensed by Peru, and purchased by the Guatemalan National Civil Police and El Salvador. It seems the combination of Israeli manufacturing quality and marketing muscle, the AK operating mechanism, 1913 compliant optics-ready capability, and a much lighter receiver (shaving a half-kilogram off the weight of the weapon) has proven to be a good one on the global arms market.
Thanks to Barry for the tip.