Brazil Defence and Security Report Q1 2015

Brazil Defence and Security Report Q1 2015

Includes 3 FREE quarterly updates

BMI View: The Brazilian defence sector is set to continue to be one of the most active and open for foreign players, both with regards to imported goods from more established countries, and its relatively unfettered export market. In addition, the government's emphasis on creating a self-sufficient defence sector over the longer term is resulting in an ever-increasing number of partnerships and joint ventures on various development programmes between Brazilian companies and their foreign peers.
At present, the domestic defence sector is comparatively well developed, particularly with regards to small firearms, ammunition and aerospace products, and relatively diverse. However, the armed forces and police force lack advanced maritime, surveillance and rockets/missile capabilities and are keen to expand these areas. This is not only resulting in a ramping up of imports relating to these segments, (from countries such as France, the US and Russia) but also fostering partnership opportunities, as companies such as Odebrecht and Embraer seek to develop their R&D capabilities via joint ventures (JVs) and development programmes with foreign companies predicated on technology transfers.
BMI Industry View 7
SWOT 9
Brazil Security SWOT 9
Brazil Defence SWOT 11
Political 13
Economic 14
Industry Forecast 15
Defence Expenditure 15
Table: Defence Expenditure (Brazil 2011-2018) 16
Armed Forces 18
Table: Armed Forces Personnel (Brazil 2004-2011) 18
Table: Manpower Available For Military Service (Brazil 2011-2018) 19
Defence Trade 19
Table: Defence Trade Balance (Brazil 2011-2018) 20
Exports 20
Table: Defence Exports (Brazil 2011-2018) 21
Imports 22
Table: Defence Imports (Brazil 2011-2018) 23
Macroeconomic Forecasts 25
Economic Analysis 25
Table: Economic Activity (Brazil 2009-2018) 29
Industry Risk Reward Ratings 30
Latin America Security Risk Index 30
Table: Latin America Regional Security Risk Index 30
Table: Latin America State Vulnerability To Terrorism Index 31
Brazil Security Risk Index 31
Market Overview 33
Brazil Defence Market Overview 33
Recent Developments 33
Armed Forces 35
Domestic Industries 37
Brazil Security Overview 42
Domestic Threats 42
Regional Threats 44
International Threats 46
Company Profile 48
Avibras Indústria Aerospacial SA 48
Embraer 49
Forjas Tauras 51
Regional Overview 53
Latin America Security Overview 53
Challenges And Threats To Security 53
The Role Of Outside Powers 65
Global Industry Overview 67
Political Risk Analysis 67
Methodology 73
Industry Forecast Methodology 73
Sector-Specific Methodology 74
Sources 75
Security Risk Index Methodology 75
Table: Indicators And Weighting 76
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