Rapidly Evolving Defence Markets, Part 1

Rapidly Evolving Defence Markets, Part 1

Combat Readiness Plans Win Over Indigenization Targets

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23-Jun-2015
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North America
Research Code: MAF0-01-00-00-00
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In this 2015 edition, 10 new countries with rapidly evolving defence spending have been selected. This study comprises a thorough market assessment for 2015-2025 of Colombia, Kuwait, Malaysia, Morocco, and Singapore, including projected defence spending by appropriation: procurement (equipment), personnel, operations and maintenance, infrastructure, and research and development. Each chapter includes a country outlook and overviews of the military environment, domestic programmes, key local participants, capability gaps that should be closely monitored, and evolution of the local supply chain. The other 5 countries (Angola, Azerbaijan, Peru, Qatar, and South Korea) are assessed in the Rapidly Evolving Defence Markets, Part 2 study.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Executive Summary—Market Engineering Measurements

Executive Summary—CEO’s Perspective

Market Overview—Study Scope

Market Overview—Definitions and Country Selection Process

Market Overview—Definitions and Country Selection Process (continued)

Market Overview—Defence Budget

Market Overview—Defence Budget Definitions

Market Overview—Defence Budget Definitions (continued)

Market Overview—Key Questions This Study Will Answer

Market Engineering Measurements

Total Market—Forecast Methodology

Total Market—Most Common Challenges Affecting the Selected Countries

Total Market—Defence Budget Forecast by Country

Total Market—Defence Budget Forecast by Country Analysis

Country Outlook

Market Drivers

Drivers Explained

Drivers Explained (continued)

Market Restraints

Restraints Explained

Restraints Explained (continued)

Procurement Process and Decision Makers

Defence Spending Projections by Budget Appropriation

Defense Spending Projections by Budget Appropriation Discussion

Defense Spending Projections by Budget Appropriation Discussion (continued)

Priority Programmes to Track

Priority Programmes to Track (continued)

Competition and Programmes Map

Competitive Landscape—Key Established Participants

Competitive Landscape—Key Established Participants (continued)

Conclusion

Strategic Evolution

Country Outlook

Market Drivers

Drivers Explained

Drivers Explained (continued)

Market Restraints

Restraints Explained

Procurement Process and Decision Makers

Defence Spending Projections by Budget Appropriation

Defence Spending Projections by Budget Appropriation Discussion

Defence Spending Projections by Budget Appropriation Discussion (continued)

Priority Programmes to Track

Priority Programmes to Track (continued)

Competition and Programmes Map

Competitive Landscape—Main Companies to Track

Competitive Landscape—Main Companies to Track (continued)

Conclusion

Strategic Evolution

Country Outlook

Market Drivers

Drivers Explained

Drivers Explained (continued)

Market Restraints

Restraints Explained

Restraints Explained (continued)

Procurement Process and Decision Makers

Defence Spending Projections by Budget Appropriation

Defence Spending Projections by Budget Appropriation Discussion

Defence Spending Projections by Budget Appropriation Discussion (continued)

Priority Programmes to Track

Priority Programmes to Track (continued)

Competition and Programmes Map

Competitive Landscape—Key Established Participants

Competitive Landscape—Main Companies to Track

Conclusion

Strategic Evolution

Country Outlook

Market Drivers

Drivers Explained

Drivers Explained (continued)

Market Restraints

Restraints Explained

Procurement Process and Decision Makers

Defence Spending Projections by Budget Appropriation

Defence Spending Projections by Budget Appropriation Discussion

Defence Spending Projections by Budget Appropriation Discussion (continued)

Priority Programmes to Track

Priority Programmes to Track (continued)

Priority Programmes to Track (continued)

Competition and Programmes Map

Competitive Landscape—Key Established Participants

Conclusion

Strategic Evolution

Country Outlook

Market Drivers

Drivers Explained

Drivers Explained (continued)

Market Restraints

Restraints Explained

Restraints Explained (continued)

Procurement Process and Decision Makers

Defence Spending Projections by Budget Appropriation

Defence Spending Projections by Budget Appropriation Discussion

Defence Spending Projections by Budget Appropriation Discussion (continued)

Priority Programmes to Track

Priority Programmes to Track (continued)

Competition and Programmes Map

Competitive Landscape—Key Established Participants

Competitive Landscape—Main Companies to Track

Conclusion

Strategic Evolution

Conclusion—Routes to Market 2015

Conclusion—Routes to Market 2015 Analysis

Conclusion—Routes to Market 2025

Conclusion—Routes to Market 2025 Analysis

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In this 2015 edition, 10 new countries with rapidly evolving defence spending have been selected. This study comprises a thorough market assessment for 2015-2025 of Colombia, Kuwait, Malaysia, Morocco, and Singapore, including projected defence spending by appropriation: procurement (equipment), personnel, operations and maintenance, infrastructure, and research and development. Each chapter includes a country outlook and overviews of the military environment, domestic programmes, key local participants, capability gaps that should be closely monitored, and evolution of the local supply chain. The other 5 countries (Angola, Azerbaijan, Peru, Qatar, and South Korea) are assessed in the Rapidly Evolving Defence Markets, Part 2 study.
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Author Alix Leboulanger
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number MAF0-01-00-00-00
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