Japan Defence & Security Market Thoroughly Examined by BMI RESEARCH in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com14 Oct 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The Japanese defence budget is expected to follow an upward trend in the years to come, ignoring a small slump in 2015. Meanwhile, the country’s defence budget is likely to account for only 1% of GDP. This upward trend in the Japanese defence and security market will be driven by constitutional changes of 2014. Currently, the Japanese defence companies have free access to international markets and also are able to sell defence systems abroad, and to establish JVs with overseas companies. Since 2014, Japan has been undergoing military normalization, paving way for a greater role in the regional security.
The geopolitical position of Japan becomes agent for certain security challenges including conflicts with China regarding the Senkaku/Diaoyu islands in the East China Sea and also slowly rising threat from North Korea, enhancing concerns in Japan and in the region. Therefore, the country’s authorities emphasizes the urgent necessity to strengthen and upgrade the equipment and capabilities of its Self-Defence Forces (SDF).
Topical research report “Japan Defence and Security Report 2015” elaborated by BMI RESEARCH offers a comprehensive review of the Japanese defence and security market. The research study includes detailed SWOT analysis of the Japanese defence industry, unveils details on the country’s economic and political scenario, covers the defence spending in Japan and provides a holistic forecast for the Japanese defence and security market up to 2019. Moreover, the study sheds light on defence trade, with special emphasis on imports and exports. The report delves deep into the domestic marketplace as well as covers regional and international challenges and threats of Japan’s security and stability.
Japan Defence and Security Report 2015
Published: September, 2015
Price: US$ 1,295.00
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