Singapore Defence and Security Report Q3 2014

Date: May 21, 2014
Pages: 79
US$ 1,295.00
Report type: Strategic Report
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BMI View: Speaking at the 14th Defence Services Asia summit held in Kuala Lumpur in April 2014, Singaporean Defence Minister Dr Eng Hen took the opportunity to emphasise the need for a new 'multipurpose' military which can tackle the increasing range of non-traditional security challenges currently facing the international community. Citing the ongoing search mission for the Malaysia Airlines jet believed to have crashed in the South Pacific as an example, Dr Eng sought to demonstrate the extent to which militaries now actively contribute to non-traditional areas. Singapore is leading multilateral efforts to enhance the military response to such non-traditional security threats. Indeed, during an ASEAN-United States Defence Ministers meeting, Singapore offered up the uses of its command and control centre in Changi as a location for a planned ASEAN disaster response hub. Singapore's Ministry of Defence noted that such a centre would allow ASEAN militaries to respond speedily and effectively to any disaster in the region. This proposed centre would see the command and control hub permanently based in Singapore, rather than the disaster-affected country as has traditionally been the case. The centre has infrastructure which would allow an affected country to plug into all the information that various agencies would bring to bear when such a crisis occurs, providing a coherent picture that everyone can see.
BMI Industry View
Key BMI Forecasts
Recent Developments
Singapore Security SWOT
Singapore Defence & Security SWOT
Business Environment
Industry Forecast
Defence Expenditure
  Table: Defence Expenditure, 2014-2018
Armed Forces
  Table: Armed Forces, 2004-2010 ('000 personnel, unless otherwise stated)
  Table: Manpower Available For Military Service, 2014-2018 (aged 16-49 unless otherwise stated)
Defence Sector Production
  Table: Defence Trade Balance, 2014-2018 (USDmn)
  Table: Defence Imports, 2014-2018 (USDmn)
  Table: Defence Exports, 2014-2018 (USDmn)
Macroeconomic Forecasts
Economic Analysis
Global Liquidity Conditions Present Risks To Singapore…
…But State Of Economy Remains Sound
  Table: Singapore - Economic Activity
Industry Risk Reward Ratings
Asia Security Risk Ratings
  Table: Asia Pacific Security Risk Ratings
  Table: Asia Pacific State Vulnerability To Terrorism Index
Singapore Security Risk Ratings
Market Overview
Singapore Defence Market Overview
The Armed Forces
Domestic Defence Industries
Weapons Of Mass Destruction
Singapore Security Overview
Domestic Threats
Regional Security
International Security
Company Profile
Singapore Technologies Aero
Singapore Technologies Electronics
Singapore Technologies Kinetics
Singapore Technologies Marine
Regional Overview
Political Risk Analysis
Global Industry Overview
Global Political Outlook
Industry Forecast Methodology
Sector-Specific Methodology
Security Risk Ratings Methodology
  Table: Indicators And Weighting
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