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Rapidly Evolving Defence Markets: 10-country Budget Assessment

  • June 2014
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  • Frost & Sullivan
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  • 285 pages

From 'Know-how' to 'Know Why'

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 Findings

-Rapidly evolving markets will continually increase their military spending, but at a low pace and volume due to challenging implementation of ambitious modernisation and indigenisation programmes. The selected countries—Algeria, Brazil, Chile, India, Indonesia, Japan, Oman, Poland, the Russian Federation, and United Arab Emirates (UAE)—are expected to spend more than $ trillion in total on defence between 2013 and 2022. Forecast military expenditures are expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of %.
-The Russian Federation will remain the biggest spender, accounting for % of total spending. Its defence budget is expected to reach at least $ billion in 2022.
-Growing regional instability is also driving Japanese defence expenditures, and Japan is reforming its military warfare doctrine. Japan is forecast to represent % of total spending.
-Brazil and Poland will increase their defence expenditures at a slower pace, at CAGRs of % and %, respectively, because of financial concerns. Moreover, Brazil, which represents nearly % of the total spending in 2013, will represent only % in 2022. Poland is forecast to experience a similar decline, accounting for % of the total expenditures in 2013 and only % in 2022.
-Conversely, defence spending is witnessing the highest growth rate in the UAE and Algeria, with respective CAGRs of % and % for 2013 to 2022. While Algeria represented almost % of the total spending in 2013, it is expected that the country will account for % of it by 2022.
-Spending will remain the most stable for Oman and Chile, with a slight increase, but they will still be the smallest military spenders of the market size considered in this study.

Executive Summary

-Despite the relatively limited impact of the financial slowdown on the selected countries’ defence budgets, creeping inflation, social reforms, and upcoming elections are still affecting defence spending in the short term, and most significant programmes are being put on hold and/or delayed, as illustrated by Poland, India, and Brazil.
-Fleet renewal and modernisation programmes will be among the biggest drivers stimulating defence expenditures among the countries considered.
-Another very significant trend affecting the selected countries relates to the strong incentives being developed to boost domestic nascent or developing industry.
-In this regard, high-end technology procurement is the most critical success factor, not only as a translation of ongoing modernisation programmes but also as a means of deterrence of any potential foreign aggression and as a perceived long-term investment for the developing domestic industrial base.
-However, domestic supply chains remain quite dominated by foreign original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), except for the Russian Federation and Japan. The localisation of procurements is expected to become much more significant in the long term for Brazil, Poland, the UAE, and, to a lesser extent, Chile.
-There is still a strong demand for partnerships with foreign OEMs in order to gain further expertise on the “know why” of the “know-how,” but this implies adoption of new structures to encourage such targeted objectives and reduce risks for foreign OEMs.

Table Of Contents

Rapidly Evolving Defence Markets: 10-country Budget Assessment
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Executive Summary
Key Findings
Executive Summary
Executive Summary—Market Engineering Measurements
Executive Summary—CEO's Perspective

2. MARKET OVERVIEW

Market Overview
Market Overview—Study Scope
Market Overview—Selected Countries
Market Overview—Definitions and Country Selection Process
Market Overview—Defence Budget Definitions
Market Overview—Key Questions This Study Will Answer

3. TOTAL MARKET

Total Market
Total Market—Forecast Methodology
Total Market—Most Common Challenges Affecting the Selected Countries
Total Market—Defence Budget Forecast by Countries
Total Market—Defence Budget Forecast by Countries Analysis
Total Market—Most Critical Success Factors by Country
Total Market—Most Critical Success Factors by Country Discussion
Competitive Landscape

4. ALGERIA

Algeria
Algeria—Country Outlook
Algeria—Drivers and Restraints
Algeria—Drivers Explained
Algeria—Restraints Explained
Algeria—Demand and Supply Analysis
Algeria—Defence Budget Spending Forecast
Algeria—Defence Budget Spending Forecast Discussion
Algeria—Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Budget Appropriations
Algeria—Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Budget Appropriations Discussion
Algeria—Key Programmes
Algeria—Competition and Programmes Map
Groupement Pour la Promotion de L'industrie Mecanique
Alfatron Electronic Industries
Algeria—Conclusion

5. BRAZIL

Brazil
Brazil—Country Outlook
Brazil—Drivers and Restraints
Brazil—Drivers Explained
Brazil—Restraints Explained
Brazil—Demand and Supply Analysis
Brazil—Defence Budget Spending Forecast
Brazil—Defence Budget Spending Forecast Discussion
Brazil—Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Appropriations
Brazil—Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Appropriations Discussion
Brazil—Key Programmes
Brazil—Competition and Programmes Map
Brazil—Main OEMs
Empresa Brasileira de AeronáuticaEmbraer—Defence Systems
Mectron
Avibras
Brazil—Conclusion

6. CHILE

Chile
Chile—Country Outlook
Chile—Drivers and Restraints
Chile—Drivers Explained
Chile—Restraints Explained
Chile—Demand and Supply Analysis
Chile—Defence Budget Spending Forecast
Chile—Defence Budget Spending Forecast Discussion
Chile—Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Appropriations
Chile—Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Appropriations Discussion
Chile—Key Programmes
Chile—Competition and Programmes Map
Las Fábricas y Maestranzas del Ejercito—FAMAE
Desarrollo de. Tecnologías y Sistemas—DTS
Empresa Nacional de Aeronautica—ENAER
Compañía de Ingeniería de Sistemasy Desarrollos Funcionales Ltda—SISDEF
Chile—Conclusion

7. INDIA

India
India—Country Outlook
India—Drivers and Restraints
India—Drivers Explained
India—Restraints Explained
India—Supply and Demand Analysis
India—Defence Budget Spending Forecast
India—Defence Budget Spending Forecast Discussion
India—Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Budget Appropriations
India—Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Budget Appropriations Analysis
India—Key Programmes
India—Competition and Programmes Map
India—Main OEMs
Bharat Electronics Ltd.
Hindustan Aerospace Industries Ltd.
Hi-Tech Robotic Systemz Limited
Electronics Corporation of India Limited (ECIL)
India—Conclusion

8. INDONESIA

Indonesia
Indonesia—Country Outlook
Indonesia—Drivers and Restraints
Indonesia—Drivers Explained
Indonesia—Restraints Explained
Indonesia—Demand and Supply Analysis
Indonesia—Defence Budget Spending Forecast
Indonesia—Defence Budget Spending Forecast Discussion
Indonesia—Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Budget Appropriations
Indonesia—Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Budget Appropriations Analysis
Indonesia—Key Programmes
Indonesia—Competition and Programmes Map
PT Pindad
PT PAL Indonesia (Persero)
PT. Dirgantara Indonesia
Indonesia—Conclusion

9. JAPAN

Japan
Japan—Country Outlook
Japan—Drivers and Restraints
Japan—Drivers Explained
Japan—Restraints Explained
Japan—Demand and Supply Analysis
Japan—Defence Budget Spending Forecast
Japan—Defence Budget Spending Forecast Discussion
Japan—Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Budget Appropriations
Japan—Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Budget Appropriations Analysis
Japan—Key Programmes
Japan—Competition and Programmes Map
Japan—Main OEMs
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. (MHI)
Kawasaki Heavy Industries Co. Ltd (KHI)
Mitsubishi Electric Group
Japan—Conclusion

10. OMAN

Oman
Oman—Country Outlook
Oman—Drivers and Restraints
Oman—Drivers Explained
Oman—Restraints Explained
Oman—Demand and Supply Analysis
Oman—Defence Budget Spending Forecast
Oman—Defence Budget Spending Forecast Discussion
Oman—Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Budget Appropriations
Oman—Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Budget Appropriations Analysis
Oman—Key Programmes
Oman—Competition and Programmes Map
Hi-Tech Projects LLC
Engine Engineering Company LLC
Ghadeer Brothers LLC
Oman—Conclusion

11. POLAND

Poland
Poland—Country Outlook
Poland—Drivers and Restraints
Poland—Drivers Explained
Poland—Restraints Explained
Poland—Demand and Supply Analysis
Poland—Defence Budget Spending Forecast
Poland—Defence Budget Spending Forecast Discussion
Poland—Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Budget Appropriations
Poland—Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Budget Appropriations Analysis
Poland—Key Programmes
Poland—Competition and Programmes Map
Poland—Main OEMs
WB Electronics S.A.
Polski Holding Obronny—PHO
PBP Enamor Ltd.
Poland—Conclusion

12. RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Russian Federation
Russian Federation—Country Outlook
Russian Federation—Drivers and Restraints
Russian Federation—Drivers Explained
Russian Federation—Restraints Explained
Russian Federation—Demand and Supply Analysis
Russian Federation—Defence Budget Spending Forecast
Russian Federation—Defence Budget Spending Forecast Discussion
Russian Federation—Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Budget Appropriations
Russian Federation—Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Budget Appropriations Analysis
Russian Federation—Key Programmes
Russian Federation—Competition and Programmes Map
Russian Federation—Main OEMs
MIC NPO Mashinostroyenia JSC
United Industrial Corporation Oboronprom—OPK
Uralvagonzavod UVZ JSC
Russian Federation—Conclusion

13. UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

United Arab Emirates
United Arab Emirates—Country Outlook
United Arab Emirates—Drivers and Restraints
United Arab Emirates—Drivers Explained
United Arab Emirates—Restraints Explained
United Arab Emirates—Demand and Supply Analysis
United Arab Emirates—Defence Budget Spending Forecast
United Arab Emirates—Defence Budget Spending Forecast Discussion
United Arab Emirates—Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Budget Appropriations
United Arab Emirates—Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Budget Appropriations Analysis
United Arab Emirates—Key Programmes
United Arab Emirates—Competition and Programmes Map
United Arab Emirates—Main OEMs
Tawazun Group
Mubadala Development Company PJSC
ADCOM Systems
United Arab Emirates—Conclusion

14. CONCLUSION

Conclusion
Conclusion—Routes to Market
Conclusion—Routes to Market Analysis

15. APPENDIX

Appendix
Abbreviation and Acronym List
Disputed Islands and Chinese Strategic Interests, China, 2013
Disputed Islands and Neighbouring Countries Involved, China, 2013
List of Profiled OEMs
ETC-PZL Aerospace Industries Sp. z o.o.
Wytwórnia Sprz?tu KomunikacyjnegoPZL-Kalisz S.A.
Wojskowe Zak?ady Mechaniczne
Polskie Zak?ady Lotnicze Sp. z o.o.—PZL Mielec
PZL-?widnik SA
Siltec
EADS PZL Warszawa-Okecie S.A
Lubawa S.A.
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