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Opposing Trends in North America and Asia-Pac will Dictate Defense Spending Outlook

by Asif Anwar | 9月 30, 2014

Strategy Analytics’ projections for global defense spending are derived from analysing and assessing 84 countries, with expected annual defense budgets of more than $500 million, accounting for around 98% of total global defense expenditure. We used historical SIPRI (Stockholm International Peace Research Institute) defence budget data, followed by an assessment of country specific trends on budget growth - over the short, medium and long term - considering GDP growth, threat perception and political intent on force modernisation and indigenisation of the local defense industry.

Strategy Analytics expects global spending on defense to increase at a CAGR of 2.25% over the 2013 to 2023 ten-year period with the Asia-Pacific region showing the fastest growth. Primary shifts in the global defense spending profile will be dictated by opposing trends in the North American and Asia-Pacific regions.

North American spending will be dictated by US budgets and the impact of sequestration. We expect supplementary add-ons to US spending to smooth out the overall impact of sequestration reducing the net cuts through 2019 before flattening out and showing a moderate increase over 2022 to 2023. This will translate to North America spend dropping to just over 31% of global spend in 2023, versus 37% in 2013.

China will both underpin and spur spending in the Asia-Pacific region, leading to Asia-Pacific regional spend approaching 30% in 2023, up from 25% in 2013. The continued growth in the Chinese military budget will lead to other countries such as Japan, South Korea, Taiwan etc., as well as South Asian countries maintaining strong momentum behind their budgets.

Opposing Trends in North America and Asia-Pac will Dictate Defense Spending Outlook,” provides further analysis including details on spending trends across the other regions. Clients of Strategy Analytics Advanced Defense Systems (ADS) service have full access to the report but see the chart below to get an idea of the trends generated from our brand new MyDashboards Tool.  

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