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Turkey Defence and Security Report 2015

Turkey Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Aug 19 2015
$1,295.00
Uganda Defence and Security Report 2015

Uganda Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Aug 19 2015
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Vietnam Defence and Security Report 2015

Vietnam Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Aug 19 2015
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France Defence and Security Report 2015

France Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Aug 19 2015
France possesses one the leading defence sectors globally, and local manufacturers - a growing number of which are entering into international product development partnerships - export items across the world, in all segments of the industry. Domestic demand for defence equipment is increasingly being driven by efforts to enhance internal and external counter-terrorism capabilities.
 
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Indonesia Defence and Security Report 2015

Indonesia Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Aug 19 2015
$1,295.00
Kazakhstan and Central Asia Defence and Security Report 2015

Kazakhstan and Central Asia Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Aug 19 2015
Kazakhstan's determination to develop a solid domestic defence manufacturing base has been exemplified in its strong push to setting up numerous joint ventures and partnerships with key foreign industry players as well as its efforts to organise its own international exhibition of weapons and military equipment - KADEX. With a somewhat unstable regional environment, Kazakhstan will see to its defence expenditure being increased over our forecast period in an effort to be ready to combat any potential breaches in security.
 
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Poland Defence and Security Report 2015

Poland Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Aug 19 2015
We believe that Poland's current efforts to achieve technical modernisation are likely to depend on the success of economic growth in its wider economy, however, we expect that Poland's heightened sense of vulnerability to Russia in the wake of the Crimea annexation is likely to shape Poland's restructuring of the armed forces and defence industry for the foreseeable future.
 
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Sudan Defence and Security Report 2015

Sudan Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Jul 22 2015
Sudan is the third largest arms manufacturer in Africa, capable of producing a range of different military products - particularly in the land industry segment. That said, the local defence industrial base remains underdeveloped, and research and development (R&D) activities are limited. As such, the country will continue to rely on imports for procurement of more technologically advanced equipment over our forecast period to 2019.
 
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South Korea Defence and Security Report 2015

South Korea Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Jul 15 2015
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United Kingdom Defence and Security Report 2015

United Kingdom Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Jul 15 2015
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Syria Defence and Security Report 2015

Syria Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Jul 1 2015
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Thailand Defence and Security Report 2015

Thailand Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
The volatile political environment that characterises Thailand's history, with nineteen coups and just as many constitutions, makes it particularly difficult to predict exactly which way defence spending will be going. Nevertheless, it remains certain that defence spending will continue to increase, and the country's ambition to increase its military stance in the region, especially by joining the other countries in the Southeast Asian submarine race, will ensure a number of opportunities for international companies seeking to enter the Thai defence market.
$1,295.00
Saudi Arabia Defence and Security Report 2015

Saudi Arabia Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Jun 17 2015
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South Africa Defence and Security Report 2015

South Africa Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Jun 10 2015
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Canada Defence and Security Report 2015

Canada Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Jun 10 2015
Annual spending the military is slated to shrink in 2015 and 2016. However, the government has announced proposal for a sustained annual budget growth of three percent beginning in 2017. This new funding coupled with a backlog of well advance planned procurement programs and decisions on the direction for the CF-18 fighter and several air and naval modernizations will result in a number of major procurement actions moving forward likely beginning in 2016 and continued growth thereafter.
 
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India Defence and Security Report 2015

India Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Jun 10 2015
We expect India's defence budget to keep increasing in absolute terms in the next five years. This is driven primarily by persisting terrorist threats and violence from insurgent groups across the country, as well as continued tensions with Pakistan regarding the disputed territories of Jammun and Kashmir.
 
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Maritime Security Market in North America 2015-2019

Maritime Security Market in North America 2015-2019

Date Published: Jun 3 2015
Report forecast the maritime security market in North America to grow at a CAGR of 7.23% over the period 2014-2019.
 
Maritime security refers to security of marine ports, vessels, and facilities. The need for marine port security is on the rise because of growing number of terrorist attacks and criminal activities such as piracy, terrorism, and sabotage.
 
$2,500.00
Italy Defence and Security Report 2015

Italy Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: May 20 2015
$1,295.00
Libya Defence and Security Report 2015

Libya Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: May 20 2015
We forecast Libyan defence expenditure to expand over the next five years; although growth is starting from a low base, and as such, the overall size of the defence budget remains small on a global comparison.
 
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Pakistan Defence and Security Report 2015

Pakistan Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: May 20 2015
Pakistan's local defence industry remains underdeveloped due to a lack of investment into R&D, and as such, domestic companies rely heavily on assistance from foreign firms to manufacture sophisticated military equipment. The majority of the armed forces' more high-tech requirements are therefore predominantly met through imports. However, collaborations between foreign (mainly Chinese) firms and Pakistani entities have resulted in the development of units with significant export potential, such as the JF-17 fighter jet.
 
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