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Thailand is forecast by IHS Jane’s to increase core defence spending by 14 per cent between 2012 and 2016, with total expenditure reaching more than USD30 billion during the five-year period. Total defence procurement investment during this period will reach nearly USD6 billion.
In fulfilling its military requirements, analysis suggests that the Southeast Asian country will continue to favour acquisitions of military systems and platforms from a wide variety of nations as it seeks to address a growing number of strategic internal and external challenges.
Thailand’s defence market offers potential gains but challenges for potential vendors will remain. These include a lack of transparency in procurement, political instability, frequent delays in acquisition programmes and a low level of indigenous industrial capability.
This IHS Jane’s report addresses the obstacles to success in the Thailand defence market and provides analysis on industry participation practices; international relationships; spending forecasts; procurement strategies; and defence industrial intelligence.
For more details about the content of this 60 minute online intelligence briefing, please see the agenda tab below.
IHS Jane’s Intelligence Briefings are available to Jane’s Intelligence Centre, Jane’s Intelligence Centre Module and Jane’s DS Forecast clients/subscribers for free as part of their product subscription package – please speak to your local IHS Jane’s representative for more details or Register via the IHS Jane’s Client Area (login required).
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Date: 24 May 2012
Time: 1500 (London) / 10:00 am (New York)
Duration: 1 hour
Join this intelligence briefing to listen to IHS Jane's experts discuss:
Jon Grevatt is the Asia Pacific Defence Industry Correspondent for IHS Jane's. Based in Bangkok, Jon is a regular commentator and analyst of defence industry issues in the Asia Pacific region for IHS Jane’s and other media outlets. Jon is a former publisher and has more than 15 years journalistic experience in IHS Jane’s and other UK and Asian based media organisations.
He was educated at University of Sussex and more latterly at the Periodical Publishers Association in London.
Guy Anderson, Chief Analyst for IHS Jane's Defense Industry Markets, heads the Jane’s Emerging Markets intelligence service and the Jane’s Defence Industry News information service and is responsible for authoring the biannual Jane’s World Defence Industry reference book. He is also business editor of the iconic Jane’s Defence Weekly.
A frequent commentator on defense industrial matters in national and international media, Anderson is also a research fellow of the UK Defence Forum; a contributor to both the London Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) and the Moscow Centre for the Analysis of Strategies and Technologies (CAST); and a member of the defense export strategy board of UK defense and aerospace industry group, ADS.
Prior to joining IHS Jane’s almost a decade ago, Anderson was an award-winning financial journalist. He has written for a series of regional and national publications including the UK Daily Mail. He remains a member of the UK Chartered Institute of Journalists.
Anderson read politics and law at the University of Teesside (UK) before pursuing post-graduate studies in journalism.
Date: 24 May 2012
Time: 15.00 (London) / 10.00 (New York)
Duration: 1 hour
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If you would like to participate in this seminar (but are not a Jane's Intelligence Centre/Module or DS Forecast customer) please register using the link below (secure online order form), or calling +44 (0) 20 8700 3781 or emailing Raf Kotowicz.
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