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Algerian Defense Industry Market Attractiveness and Forecasts to 2017


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Algerian Defense Industry Market Attractiveness and Forecasts to 2017

  1. 1. RnR Market Research Offers “Future of the Algerian Defense Industry – MarketAttractiveness, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2017” Report at US$ 1250(Single User License). The report got published in Mar 2013 & Contains 84 Pages.The Algerian defense industry, which valued US$9.4 billion in 2012, is expected to grow at a CAGR of6.2% over the forecast period (2013-18) and value US$13.6 billion by 2017. Recent terrorist attacks in thecountry have necessitated the increased spending on counter-terrorism and counter-insurgency efforts.Another factor driving the country’s defense spending is Algeria’s involvement in an arms race withneighboring countries such as Morocco, Libya, and Tunisia, which is further fuelled by Russia’seagerness to supply weapons to these countries. An arms race between countries often sparks reactivedefense procurements and this is a trend that has been seen in many North African defenseprocurements over the last decade. For example, Morocco’s purchase of 24 F-16 Block fighter jets fromLockheed Martin in 2008 was in response to Algeria’s previous US$8 billion military and technicalcooperation agreement with Russia, US$1.3 billion of which was allotted for the purchase of 29 MiG-29SMT fighters and six MiG-29UB fighters. As North African countries look to establish military superiorityin the region, these types of procurements are expected to continue during the forecast period.Algeria has borne the brunt of sustained terror attacks for many years and the recent attack on the InAmenas gas facility, that left 37 workers dead, has further strengthened the government’s resolve toenhance its defense capabilities. The Defense Ministry’s recent takeover of the Municipal Guard whichwas previously under the control of the Ministry of Interior has also warranted large scale defenseprocurements, with a prime motive to counter terror.Inquire For Discount @ the forecast period Algeria is expected to make procurements in areas such as C4ISR systems,drones for attack-grade unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), surveillance equipment for ground monitoring,submarines, amphibious ships, naval dockyard infrastructure, fighter jets and associated supportsystems, armored vehicles, and attack helicopters.
  2. 2. Historically, Russian defense firms have entered the Algerian defense industry through governmentinitiated foreign military sales. However, the forming of various joint ventures with other countries hasbeen witnessed in recent years in an effort to develop Algeria’s domestic manufacturing industry.Furthermore, Algeria promotes the joint development of defense systems, which has resulted in a numberof JVs with Taiwanese, Russian, French, and Serbian companies in areas such as armored vehicles,unmanned aircraft, military healthcare, and counter-terrorism equipment.Algeria’s sudden rise as a major military force in Africa can be attributed to its burgeoning economy and adesire to establish its military superiority in the region. Moreover, an arms race with its neighbors such asMorocco, Libya, and Tunisia is further fuelling relatively large scale defense procurements. Algeria’sdomestic defense manufacturing, though developing through joint ventures with other countries, iscurrently not capable of fulfilling most of the country’s military requirements and this has led to anincrease in weapons imports. Historically, Algeria has imported weapons andrelated systems primarily from Russia but this trend is gradually changing as it opens its market to othercountries, making way for healthy competition in the country’s robust defense market. Even thoughRussia still accounts for the majority of Algerian defense imports, the value has shown a steady decreaseduring the period 2007-2011. Conversely, countries such as Ukraine, Italy and the US, which had noexports to Algeria in 2007, have increased their share significantly during the same period. One of themost important developments expected to have a strong impact on the Algerian defense industry is theexpected supply of defense equipment worth over US$13 billion by Germany over the next 10 years.Algeria’s weapons exports are negligible and this is also expected to be the case over the forecast period(2013-2017).Reasons to buy-Understand the historical performance of the defense industry in this key North African market, alongsidefuture industry projections.- Gain insight into the key challenges and opportunities identified by influential suppliers and buyersinvolved in Algeria, enabling industry stakeholders to understand the business sentiment prevailing in theindustry.- Promote your capacity for growth by aligning your capabilities and business practices with the changingneeds of the Algerian market.- Predict how Algeria’s national defense industry will grow, consolidate, and where it will stagnate.- Gain access to primary survey research conducted by Strategic Defence Intelligence across its B2Bpanels comprised of senior purchase decision makers and leading supplier organizations.Buy a Report Copy @ of Content1 Introduction1.1. What is this Report About?1.2. Definitions1.3. Summary Methodology1.4. SDI Terrorism Index1.5. About Strategic Defence Intelligence2 Executive Summary3 Market Attractiveness and Emerging Opportunities3.1. Defense Market Size Historical and Forecast3.1.1. Algerian annual defense expenditure to reach US$XX billion by 20173.1.2. Counter-terrorism and counter-insurgency initiatives and an urgent need to modernize outdated
  3. 3. defense equipment to drive Algerias defense expenditure3.2. Analysis of Defense Budget Allocation3.2.1. Capital expenditure share expected to reach an average of XX% during the forecast period3.2.2. Budget allocation to focus primarily on naval modernization during the forecast period3.2.3. The countrys defense expenditure as a percentage of GDP increased during the review period3.2.4. Per capita defense expenditure expected to further increase during the forecast period3.3. Homeland Security Market Size and Forecast3.3.1. Allocation for police, border security and infrastructure development form the major components ofhomeland security expenditure3.3.2. Algeria is at a significant risk from external and internal threats3.4. Benchmarking with Key Global Markets3.4.1. Algerian defense expenditure expected to increase at a CAGR of XX% over the forecast period3.4.2. Algeria ranks twenty-third in global defense spend3.4.3. Algerias defense expenditure expected to reach XX% of GDP by 20173.4.4. Algeria is significantly affected by terrorism3.5. Market Opportunities: Key Trends and Growth Stimulators3.5.1. Border Security3.5.2. Counter-terrorism3.5.3. Naval surface combatants3.5.4. Armored Vehicles4 Defense Procurement Market Dynamics4.1. Import Market Dynamics4.1.1. Previous neglect, current need to modernize its armed forces and counter-terrorism initiatives toincrease defense imports4.1.2. Russia and France were the leading suppliers of arms to Algeria during the review period withGermany expected to make a foray into the market during the forecast period4.2. Export Market Dynamics4.2.1. Algerias domestic defense manufacturing is still in its nascent stage and therefore the countrydoesnt export weapons to other countries5 Industry Dynamics5.1. Five Forces Analysis5.1.1. Bargaining power of the supplier: low5.1.2. Bargaining power of the buyer: high5.1.3. Barriers to entry: high5.1.4. Intensity of rivalry: low to medium5.1.5. Threat of substitution: high6 Market Entry Strategy6.1. Market Regulation6.1.1. Offset policy to be formed soon to ensure growth of the countrys domestic defense manufacturingindustry6.1.2. Foreign direct investment (FDI) is channeled to benefit local business6.2. Market Entry Route6.2.1. Foreign firms enter the Algerian defense industry through JVs or government-to-government deals6.3. Key Challenges6.3.1. Corruption and lack of transparency characterize the Algerian defense industry6.3.2. Lack of relevant defense procurement policy7 Competitive Landscape and Strategic Insights7.1. Competitive Landscape Overview7.1.1. Foreign suppliers manufacture defense systems overseas and deliver to Algeria7.2. Key Domestic Companies7.2.1. Entreprise Nationale des Véhicules Industriels: overview7.2.2. Entreprise Nationale des Véhicules Industriels Vehicles: products and services
  4. 4. 7.2.3. Entreprise Nationale des Véhicules Industriels: recent announcements and strategic initiatives7.2.4. Entreprise Nationale des Véhicules Industriels: alliances7.2.5. NIMR-Algerie Joint Stock Company: overview7.2.6. NIMR-Algerie Joint Stock Company: products and services7.2.7. Khenchela Mechanical Constructions Establishment (ECMK): overview7.2.8. Khenchela Mechanical Constructions Establishment: products and services7.2.9. Khenchela Mechanical Constructions Establishment: recent announcements and strategicinitiatives7.2.10. Khenchela Mechanical Constructions Establishment: alliances7.2.11. Seriana Company of Industrial Achievements (ERIS): overview7.2.12. Seriana Company of Industrial Achievements: products and services7.2.13. National office of Explosive substances, EPE (ONEX): overview7.2.14. National Office of Explosive Substances: products and services8 Business Environment and Country Risk8.1. Demographics and Social Statistics8.1.1. Total Rural Population8.1.2. Total Urban Population8.1.3. Number of households8.2. Economic Performance8.2.1. GDP Per Capita8.2.2. GDP, Current Prices8.2.3. Consumer Price Index8.2.4. Wholesale Price Index8.2.5. Local Currency Unit per US Dollars8.2.6. Local Currency Unit per Euro8.2.7. Lending Rate8.2.8. Deposit Rate8.2.9. Real Interest Rate8.2.10. International reserves, including gold8.2.11. External Debt8.2.12. External Debt as % of GDP8.3. Energy and Utilities8.3.1. Conventional Thermal Electricity Net Generation8.3.2. Hydroelectricity Net Generation8.3.3. Nuclear Electricity Net Generation8.3.4. Conventional Thermal Electricity Installed Capacity8.3.5. Electricity Exports8.3.6. Electricity Imports8.3.7. Proved Natural Gas Reserves8.3.8. Petroleum Consumption8.3.9. Crude Oil Proved Reserves9 Appendix9.1. About SDI9.2. DisclaimerFor more details contact Mr. Priyank Tiwari: / +18883915441Website: