Regional tensions and growing economies spur military aircraft, surveillance and reconnaissance projects
Fractious relationships with neighbors, ideological and cultural divides, a dependence on maritime trade and growing economies are all factors that are driving defense spending in the Asia-Pacific region. Another characteristic of the market is that it is largely supplier-agnostic: Almost every arms industry in the world has been represented at earlier Singapore shows, while many regional countries have local arms industries with a strong technology base. The biggest single contract ...
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