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International Military Markets - Middle East & Africa


International Military Markets - Middle East & Africa covers two of the world’s most crucial areas in terms of conflicts, regional security, and important natural resources, and provides in-depth analysis of the primary military markets in these two regions.

The Middle East is the center of the world’s energy supplies and the focal point of some of its worst protracted conflicts. Africa continues to evolve as a critical front in counterterrorism and peacekeeping intervention. Both areas have emerging entities (the African Union, the Gulf Cooperation Council) that will play larger roles in regional security. This service takes you inside the myriad developments in these two regions – including the rapid increase in arms trading – to offer a clear perspective on the geopolitical factors that will shape their futures. Key economic and military data are included to provide an understanding of the strength or fragility of each market.

Each service in this series provides a regional country-by-country examination of the military capabilities, equipment requirements, and inventories. Each country report contains insight on governmental and political structures, political and economic trends, national and defense budgets, force structures, military planning requirements, recent and future procurements, security environments, threat assessments, and military postures. For an overall perspective, a concise regional overview is provided via one or more Market Analyses. These services offer critical insight on world geopolitics coupled with FI’s expertise on the defense and aerospace industries.

Reporting for each country in the service, listed below, is divided into four individual sections: Data, Market Overview, Analysis, and Force Structures:

COUNTRIES (MIDDLE EAST)

BAHRAIN
EGYPT
IRAN
IRAQ
ISRAEL
JORDAN
KUWAIT
LEBANON
OMAN
QATAR
SAUDI ARABIA
SYRIA
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
YEMEN (REPUBLIC OF)


COUNTRIES (AFRICA)

ALGERIA
ANGOLA
BOTSWANA
CAMEROON
CONGO, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF
ETHIOPIA
GABON
GHANA
IVORY COAST
KENYA
LIBERIA
LIBYA
MALI
MOROCCO
NIGER
NIGERIA
SIERRA LEONE
SOUTH AFRICA
SUDAN
TUNISIA
ZIMBABWE







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Clients ordering our Market Intelligence Services in DVD format receive quarterly issued disks. Data is provided in Rocket Folio™ software, offering users rapid and accurate searches across all of our intelligence products. Numerous high-powered features enable users to easily extract the information necessary to make mission-critical decisions. DVD services are sold on the basis of a licensed operating period, and are time-dated. Licenses are available for multiple sites and multiple users, contact us for details.
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Clients receive a binder containing hard-copy Market Intelligence Reports. Each product is updated on a monthly basis unless otherwise indicated.
 

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