Tag Archives: military spending

Deloitte: Global Aerospace & Defense Sector’s 2016 Revenue Hit $674B; Robin Lineberger Comments

A new report from Deloitte says that global aerospace and defense revenue increased by 2.4 percent to $674.4 billion during 2016. The 2017 Global A&D Sector Financial Performance Study is based on an analysis of top 100 A&D companies worldwide that recorded more than $500 million in revenues last year, the company said Thursday. …

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Deloitte Report: Global Defense, Aerospace Sector Hit $674B in 2015 Revenues

A Deloitte report says the global defense and aerospace sector recorded a 3.8 percent growth rate in 2015 and generated $674.4 billion in total revenues. The consulting firm said Thursday revenue in the worldwide defense subsector rose 1.7 percent — or $5.8 billion — from the previous year driven by increases in military expenditures. Deloitte’s 2016 Global Aerospace …

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Research and Markets: Military Electro-Optical/Infrared Systems Market Worth $16B by 2020

A new Research and Markets report forecasts that the market for military electro-optical and infrared systems will climb in value at a 7.71 percent compound annual growth rate to reach $16.35 billion revenues by 2020. The company said Thursday that strategies to establish uncontested market space and increased military spending will drive fast-paced growth for the …

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Frost & Sullivan: Tech Procurement, Fleet Renewals to Steer Defense Spending in 10 Countries

A recent Frost & Sullivan report on defense markets projects military spending across 10 selected countries to reach $3.41 trillion by 2022 due to military reorganization, increased threat perceptions, penetrable borders and territorial disputes. The study covers defense budgets in Algeria, Brazil, Chile, India, Indonesia, Japan, Oman, Poland, Russia and the United Arab …

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