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Top 15 Defence Companies Competing in the Middle East Defence Market 2015: Prospects For Leading Military Contractors

LONDON, Nov. 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Report Details
The Middle East defence market is certainly among the world's most densely populated and well funded markets. Military expenditures in the region continue to be high, with Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates among the world's top 10 defence spenders. Defence funding in the region per capita outstrips that of any other geographical region worldwide. Both large and small international military and defence companies compete heavily within this market driven by declining military spending across Europe and the United States. Many of the Middle East's biggest spenders, historically heavily depended on the Western nations, particularly the US, for their military imports, are now consciously looking into diversifying their provider base – a significant recent development contributing to the growth of the local, mostly Turkish, defence industry.

Why you should invest in the Top 15 Companies Competing in the Middle East Defence Market 2015: Prospects For Leading Military Contractors
What is the current state of military expenditure in the Middle East? What are the characteristics of the Middle East defence market? What's the role of international vs local defence contractors in the Middle East? What countries in the Middle East are the biggest defence systems spenders? How can international defence companies offset their declining US/European revenues against the revenues generated in the Middle East region?

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- Discover 666 contracts, projects & programmes providing a comprehensive outlook
- See a thorough assessment of the current state of the Middle East defence market, discover where opportunities exist, and where challenges arise.

- Discover historical sales data for the Top 15 companies in the Middle East defence market from 2009-2013
- What are the dynamics of the Middle East defence market? Which companies have generated the most market share in the region? Which defence systems have generated the most revenue in the Middle East region? Use our collated data and expert insight to grow your business and gain more insight into the Middle East defence market.

- Understand the prospects for the leading defence contractors in the Middle East defence market– where will the highest revenues and opportunities occur?
- Learn about the market potential for defence companies operating in the Middle East from 2015 onwards. You will see where and how opportunities exist based on the report's SWOT analysis for each of the 15 leading companies.

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Explore the factors affecting product developers, and everyone within the value chain. Learn about the forces influencing Middle Eastern defence market dynamics.
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- Research and development (R&D) strategy
- Technological issues and constraints.
- Supply and demand dynamics
- Competition from new product types
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