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CCTV Equipment & Components World Report

CCTV Equipment & Components World Report

Date Published: Apr 9 2015

CCTV EQUIPMENT & COMPONENTS WORLD REPORT

The CCTV Equipment & Components World Report gives Market Consumption / Products / Services for over 200 countries by 6 to 10-Digit NAICS Product Codes by 3 Time series: From 1997- 2015 and Forecasts 2016- 2023 & 2023-2028.

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Recorders World Report

Recorders World Report

Date Published: Apr 9 2015

RECORDERS WORLD REPORT

The Recorders World Report gives Market Consumption / Products / Services for over 200 countries by 6 to 10-Digit NAICS Product Codes by 3 Time series: From 1997- 2015 and Forecasts 2016- 2023 & 2023-2028.

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Venezuela Defence and Security Report 2015

Venezuela Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Feb 4 2015
The Venezuelan defence sector is set to continue to be the largest in Latin America in terms of expenditure, which we project at USD3.3bn in 2015. However, in terms of production Venezuela will remain an insignificant player in the world arms market. Although falling oil prices are set to lead to budget cuts, we believe that military spending will be maintained.
 
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Jordan Defence and Security Report 2015

Jordan Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Jan 30 2015
Amid regional instability, Jordan remains a key U.S. ally and we expect this defence relationship to develop further over the course of 2015. As defence budgets tend to grow amidst increased threat perceptions, for 2015, we forecast Jordan's defence expenditure to grow at annual rate of 9.7% to bring spending to USD2.8bn despite stagnation in the wider economy.
 
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Argentina Defence and Security Report 2015

Argentina Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Jan 30 2015
President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has had an eventful year. With repeated visits to the hospital it has affected her mid-term elections results. Although her party remains in control of both houses, there is a distinct lack of power she now holds over proposing new legislature as well as amending the current two term limit on presidential elects. Due to failing health and her lack of influence within the Argentine government BMI expects her not to run for president again at the end of 2015.
 
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Japan Defence and Security Report Q1 2015

Japan Defence and Security Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Jan 30 2015
Landmark constitutional changes in 2014 will continue to have a significant impact on Japan's defence policy and role in regional and international security in 2015. Key reforms to Article 9 of the constitution have opened the doors to the international market for Japanese defence firms, who can now export defence systems and cooperate on joint ventures with international partners.
 
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Malaysia Defence and Security Report Q1 2015

Malaysia Defence and Security Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Jan 21 2015
Defence Spending in Malaysia will be ramped up in 2015, with a 10% budgetary increase announced in October 2014. We expect a slight increase in procurement activity while the majority of the development budget will be dedicated to expanding existing projects. The release of a new five year development plan and a review of Malaysia's defence offsetting programme could yield changes for the indigenous defence sector when unveiled in 2015.
 
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Slovenia Defence and Security Report 2015

Slovenia Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Jan 21 2015
Defence expenditure as a proportion of GDP rose in the last decade, from 1.15% of GDP in 2000 to 1.6% of GDP in 2010. However, it has declined since, and we estimate defence of 1.2% in 2014, although we do see a rise to 1.3% in 2015. This is well below the NATO European average of 2.2% and below the 2% target that NATO specifies for its members.
 
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Ukraine Defence and Security Report 2015

Ukraine Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Jan 21 2015
We expect Ukraine to spend USD3.2bn on defence in 2015, a noticeable decline from previous years, despite the ongoing security situation. We expect Ukraine to spend less than USD4bn a year on defence through to 2018, rising to USD4.2bn in 2019.
 
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Poland Defence and Security Report Q1 2015

Poland Defence and Security Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Jan 14 2015
We expect Poland to spend up to USD8.1bn on defence in 2015. This is a good increase on the USD7.8bn the country spent on defence in 2014 and reflects a trend we anticipate increasing defence expenditure up to 2019, by which time we expect the defence budget to have reached USD9.6bn.
 
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Serbia Defence and Security Report 2015

Serbia Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Jan 14 2015
We expect Serbia to spend up to USD988mn on defence in 2014. On average, since the start of this decade, between the years 2011 and 2013, Serbia has spent an average of USD918.3mn on defence annually. We expect defence spending to fluctuate for the remainder of our forecast period, up to and including 2019, with Serbia spending an average of USD1bn on defence throughout this period.
 
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Slovakia Defence and Security Report 2015

Slovakia Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Jan 14 2015
Mixed messages were received from the Slovak Ministry of Defence during 2014 regarding the country's defence budget for this year. Initially, the government stated it would not be increasing its defence budget over the coming years. However, in September 2014, the government then pledged to increase its defence spending to 1.6% of gross domestic product by 2020.
 
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Syria Defence and Security Report Q1 2015

Syria Defence and Security Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Jan 14 2015
Syria remains embroiled in a full-scale civil war. Without any viable political process and in view of the number of armed groups operating in Syria, BMI does not foresee any let up in the violence soon. Our view is that while the anti-Islamic State coalition has made some strides, the long term effectiveness of this coalition to bring stability to Syria seems rather questionable.
 
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United Kingdom Defence and Security Report Q1 2015

United Kingdom Defence and Security Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Jan 14 2015
BMI expects the UK to spend up to USD75.3bn in 2015, up slightly from the estimated USD73.9bn expenditure of 2014. On average, between 2011 and 2014, the UK spent USD66.9bn annually on defence. For the duration of the forecast period, up to and including 2019, we expect the UK to spend an average of USD83.7bn on defence annually, with the budget increasing to USD92.1bn in 2019.
 
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Thailand Defence and Security Report Q1 2015

Thailand Defence and Security Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Jan 7 2015
A military coup in 2014 has successfully imposed a short-term solution to restore order and stability under General Prayuth Chan-ocha. This interim government is set to remain in place until October 2015 at the earliest, but the army will continue to play a major role in domestic politics beyond the transition to civilian rule. Inefficient allocation of resources hampers development, but will not be addressed by any government in the near future.
 
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Indian defence sector – Market overview, spend analysis, imports, segmentation, key players and opportunity analysis

Indian defence sector – Market overview, spend analysis, imports, segmentation, key players and opportunity analysis

Date Published: Jan 5 2015
The report provides detailed analysis on the Indian Defence sector. Market Analyix provides forecasts for the provided period in terms of value (in US$) for the Indian defence market, as well as for the Indian defence revenue and capital expenditure markets.
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Chile Defence and Security Report 2015

Chile Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Dec 31 2014
Domestic security threats continue and have become more violent over 2014. The spate of bombings in a terror campaign has seen military personnel called into action. Chile's reduction of overseas troops indicates the need to focus on domestic security issues that has been recognised by President Michelle Bachelet. However, there are further measures to be acted upon in her progressive outline for the Chilean armed forces. The bombings on the Santiago subway have rocked the nation into acting against those cells that perpetrated the attack.
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Philippines Defence and Security Report Q1 2015

Philippines Defence and Security Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Dec 31 2014
Rising tensions with China have seen the Philippines significantly increase their defence spending with the aim of revamping their military assets. Relations with China have further deteriorated following territorial disputes in early 2014. In addition, the Southeast Asian country is facing new internal threats such as communist insurgency, Muslim separatists in the south, and terrorist organisations with links to Al-Qaeda and the new Islamic State (IS).
 
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Sudan Defence and Security Report Q1 2015

Sudan Defence and Security Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Dec 31 2014
Sudan boasts one of the region's largest defence sectors but still imports a significant volume of military equipment and services from Russia, China and Iran. Over the longer term, as the country's defence sector improves and it becomes more self sufficient, we expect there to be an increasing volume of defence exports, largely to the wider African region.
 
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Uganda Defence and Security Report Q1 2015

Uganda Defence and Security Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Dec 31 2014
In recent years, the size of the Uganda People's Defence Force (UPDF) and the country's arms procurement have grown significantly, a trend BMI expects to continue over the forecast period, from 2015 through to 2019. This primarily reflects the growing role of the army in Uganda's domestic political landscape, which we attribute to President Yoweri Museveni's increasing domestic political isolation, as well as the need to maintain the country's status as a strategic ally of the US.
 
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