This report provides in-depth information on the dynamics of Singapore defense procurement and trend analysis of imports and exports. The figures are based on trend indicator values (TIV) expressed in US$ million at constant (1990) prices. Although figures are expressed in US$, TIVs do not represent the financial value of goods transferred. Rather, TIVs are an indication of the volume of arms transferred.Summary
SDI’s "The Singaporean Defense Industry - Procurement Market Dynamics to 2018: Market Profile" is an essential source of information on imports and exports by key segments covering the defense industry in Singapore.
Between 2008 and 2012, Singapore was the world’s fifth-largest arms importer, and the country primarily imports arms to acquire advanced weaponry, in order to equip its armed forces and to help it compensate for the relatively small size of its armed forces. The bulk of the country’s imports are aircraft, in order to keep pace with the military air capacities of other advanced countries, such as the US and China.
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"The Singaporean Defense Industry - Procurement Market Dynamics to 2018: Market Profile" allows you to:
• Gain insight into industry import and export dynamics.
• Analyse trends of imports and exports, together with their implications and impact on the Singapore defense industry.
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