11.04.13 Security Sector in Singapore
A total budget of £1,717 million has been allocated to MHA in FY2012. As Singapore has become more urbanised, its infrastructure has become more sophisticated, and its people more affluent. The requirement for more advanced and widespread security systems has grown.
The security sector in Dominican Republic is one of the top priorities of president Medinas mandate. It is one of the country’s mayor challenges.
15.02.13 Security sector in Turkey
Turkey is one of the world’s largest defence and security equipment importer. Increasing external and internal threats puts the Turkish government under pressure to increase security spending.
15.02.13 Defence & security sector in Ireland
The main opportunities lie in domestic anti-terrorism, defence against organised crime, anti-smuggling activities, together with international peace keeping operations.
The Emerging Europe region, comprising 10 markets and 110 million consumers, offers extensive opportunities across the security sector. The markets are low-risk, close to home and all offer considerable long-term growth potential for UK businesses.
14.11.12 Security Sector in Mexico
The Security sector in Mexico embraces a wide range of activities relating to the Local, State and Federal Government's delivery of crime prevention and law enforcement in general
25.10.12 Defence & security sector in Spain
Spain remains committed to the development of joint, deployable, expeditionary armed forces, able to contribute to the full range of Alliance missions. Paradoxically, budget constraints may uncover new business opportunities as the MoD considers PPP schemes to maintain operability levels
23.10.12 Cyber Security in Romania
Cyber crime is a phenomenon with an increasing occurrence rate in Romania with mainly two causes: the high level computer skills and the large number of young people who are not able to find a job after graduation, who are attracted by the chance of rapid enrichment.
29.08.12 Defence and Security sector in Egypt
The security market is growing in Egypt and a significant increase in demand is expected over the next few years.
When it comes to defence and security, France and the UK are the two leading European countries and account for approximately two thirds of total European spending (approx. €43 billion for the UK and €39 billion for France).