Thailand Defence and Security Report Q4 2014

Date: October 8, 2014
Pages: 77
US$ 1,295.00
Report type: Strategic Report
Delivery: E-mail Delivery (PDF), Download

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BMI View: Thailand's military government remains in place under the premiership of General Prayuth Chan-ocha following the military coup of May 2014. As intended, this action has restored order and stability, although it is not a long-term solution. Even if the planned return to democracy by October 2015 goes ahead, the Thai military will enjoy excessive influence in the country. Its budget is bloated and inefficient yet the army will continue to exert sufficient power to prevent any meaningful reform.

The ouster of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on constitutional grounds in May 2014 triggered a rapid escalation in civil tensions across Thailand, pitting her 'red shirt' supporters against the, largely urban, proestablishment, 'yellow shirts'. With the caretaker government unable to calm tensions, the military stepped in and dismissed the interim administration. Temporarily imposing martial law and a curfew, as well as suspending much of the constitution, the head of the Royal Thai Army, General Prayuth insisted that the move was designed solely to restore order.
BMI Industry View
Thailand Security SWOT
Thailand Defence & Security SWOT
Business Environment
Industry Forecast
Defence Expenditure
  Table: Thailand's Government Defence Expenditure, 2012-2018
  Table: Thailand's Defence Expenditure Scenario - Changing % Of GDP, 2014-2018 (USDmn)
  Table: Thailand's Armed Forces ('000 personnel, unless otherwise stated)
Defence Trade
  Table: Thailand's Defence Trade Balance, 2012-2018 (USDmn)
  Table: Thailand's Defence Imports, 2012-2018 (USDmn)
  Table: Thailand's Defence Exports, 2012-2018 (USDmn)
Macroeconomic Forecasts
Economic Analysis
  Table: Macroeconomic Forecasts (Thailand 2010-2016)
Industry Risk Reward Ratings
Asia Security Risk Ratings
  Table: Asia Security Risk Ratings
  Table: Asia State Vulnerability To Terrorism Index
Thailand Security Risk Ratings
Market Overview
Thailand Defence Market Overview
Recent Developments
Armed Forces
Domestic Industries
Thailand Security Overview
Domestic Threats
  Table: Thai Muslim Insurgents
Regional threats
International Threats
Company Profile
Regional Overview
South East Asia Security Overview
Global Industry Overview
Political Risk Analysis
Industry Forecast Methodology
Sector-Specific Methodology
Security Risk Ratings Methodology
  Table: Indicators And Weighting
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