This research service analyses the rapidly evolving defence markets for 10 selected countries: Algeria, Brazil, Chile, India, Indonesia, Japan, Oman, Poland, the Russian Federation, and the United Arab Emirates. From a global perspective, the countries' defence budgets are most significantly driven by modernisation programs and arms threats due to increased threat perceptions in Southeast Asia, Arabian Peninsula, and Eurasia. Concerns regarding potential foreign aggression and territorial disputes fuel military spending, particularly at the personnel and new equipment levels. The base year of the study is 2013; forecasts are provided through 2022.
Key Questions This Study Will Answer
- How is the domestic supply chain evolving? Is it becoming more global?
- Are there any repercussions of the global financial slowdown on the defence budget and domestic military industry?
- What are the key priorities in R&D domestically?
- What are the preferred routes to market for foreign OEMs?
- How will the structure of the competitive landscape evolve with newcomers and regulations?
- Are the local competing suppliers positioned correctly to meet customers’ needs?