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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.
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Saudi Arabia Defence and Security Report 2015

Saudi Arabia Defence and Security Report 2015

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

South Africa Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: Jun 10 2015
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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.
 
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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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Romania Defence and Security Report 2015

Romania Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: May 20 2015
Romania historically has under-spent on its defence requirements. The country has a wellestablished defence industry, and significantly faces regional security concerns which will encourage future defence spending trends. At the industrial level, its companies are working to establish relationships and to deepen cooperation regarding defence design, development and production.
 
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Australia Defence and Security Report 2015

Australia Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: May 20 2015
We expect Australia's defence budget to continue increasing in absolute terms in the next five years. This will be driven by Australia's defence policy focused on becoming a key player in regional and international security, which will require an upgrading of both its navy and air force capacities. The government is looking to take advantage of the globalisation of the defence market to continue importing defence materiel whilst, simultaneously, facilitating Australian defence SMEs' access to the market.
 
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Russia Defence and Security Report 2015

Russia Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: May 20 2015
Russia is engaged in a major military modernisation initiative. The country is investing heavily in its armed forces after several years of stagnation in the defence sector following the end of the Cold War. At the same time, the country is facing a number of security threats in the domestic, regional and international domains; a second factor which is also spurring the upsurge in defence spending.
 
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Brazil Defence and Security Report 2015

Brazil Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: May 20 2015
The Brazilian defence sector is set to continue to be one of the most active and open for foreign players, both with regards to imported goods from more established countries, and its relatively unfettered export market. In addition, the government's emphasis on creating a self-sufficient defence sector over the longer term is resulting in an ever-increasing number of partnerships and joint ventures on various development programmes between Brazilian companies and their foreign peers.
 
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Taiwan Defence and Security Report 2015

Taiwan Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: May 20 2015
We expect Taiwan's defence budget to remain stable at 2.2% of the GDP in the next five years as a result of financial constraints brought on by an economic downturn following the world's economic crisis. However, we note that the defence budget will continue to increase, albeit very slowly, in absolute terms, especially as cross-Strait tensions continue to increase following the pro-independence party's win during last November's local elections.
 
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China Defence and Security Report 2015

China Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: May 20 2015
China has continued its assertion of dominance in the South China Sea over several incidents in the past year. This has raised tensions with its Asian neighbours as well as the United States. Although China has begun to make political moves, deals and visits to ease these tensions, many speculate that these are more for show rather than sincere negotiations.
 
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United Arab Emirates Defence and Security Report 2015

United Arab Emirates Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: May 20 2015
The UAE's local defence industry is still in the early stages of development, and as such, domestic companies rely heavily on assistance from foreign firms to manufacture sophisticated military equipment. The armed forces' requirements for high-tech naval, air power, missile and surveillance products are therefore predominantly met through imports.
 
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Croatia Defence and Security Report 2015

Croatia Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: May 20 2015
Croatia is one of the major nations comprising the former Yugoslavia. The country witnessed significant destruction during the Balkans Wars of the 1990s, at the same time, Croatia was also one of the conflict's major belligerents. One of the consequences of the country's participation in the Balkans Wars was that it developed a high level of competency as regards the research, design, development and production of platforms and subsystems for land forces.
 
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Egypt Defence and Security Report 2015

Egypt Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: May 20 2015
Security issues for Egypt both at the domestic and regional level continue to be of major concern. This will be the primary driver for the country throughout 2015, as it continues to face challenges domestically and issues with defence procurements hamper the situation further. Considering that the majority of Egypt's current spending is focused on anti-terrorism and as the military seeks to continue strengthening its grip on power, we are expecting defence spending to increase both in absolute and relative terms in 2015.
 
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Germany Defence and Security Report 2015

Germany Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: May 20 2015
Germany possesses one of Europe's largest defence sectors. The country is a major exporter of materiel around the world. Germany enjoys a reputation as a reliable supplier of high-quality defence equipment and subsystems. This is particularly evident in the land and naval systems domain. Historically, the domestic demand for German armaments has been outstripped by export sales.
 
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Iran Defence and Security Report 2015

Iran Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: May 20 2015
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Italy Defence and Security Report 2015

Italy Defence and Security Report 2015

Date Published: May 20 2015
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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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