Revealing Asia's coastal and maritime surveillance acquisition programmes
Asia’s coastal and surveillance expenditure is showing no signs of slowing down. From 2000 – 2014, the region’s defence spend has increased over 40% as nations aggressively enhance their land, sea and aerial assets in a race to overcome territorial threats exacerbated by ageing fleets and capability gaps.
Click on the thumbnail below to find out which APAC countries are spending the most money and explore the programmes and requirements they are all funding.
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