Indonesia Defence and Security Report 2015 - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

Indonesia Defence and Security Report 2015

Indonesia Defence and Security Report 2015 - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
Indonesia Defence and Security Report 2015
Published Aug 15, 2015
69 pages — Published Aug 15, 2015
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BMI View: Indonesia s domestic defence sector is large but needs the current modernization and reorganization efforts underway to realize its potential. The defence industry is largely state-owned, stifling innovation and preventing independent expansion. ...The defence industry is largely state-owned, stifling innovation and preventing independent expansion. Current President Jokowi is not likely to prioritize the defence industry as much as previous President Yudhoyono, but as the government is already taking steps to improve procurement procedures and boost local industry by modernizing and re-structuring, the industry is nevertheless likely to slowly improve over the next few years. Efforts are especially being made in the Navy and Air force, and with foreign partnerships coming into place, the industry will likely have a boost regardless of the realization of the ambitious budget increase to -.- of GDP before ----. ...In anticipation of this, two of Indonesia s state-run defence firms have already announced major recruitment drives and will continue to do so. In order to develop the domestic industry, however, Indonesia will still be reliant on international partnerships, leaving open opportunities for foreign players.

...An upcoming long-range joint production program with China and closer military ties with Russia, Turkey and South Korea will lead to opportunities for increased transfers of technology. Advanced equipment for research and development is still sorely needed and must be imported, again with opportunities for foreign players. ...Concerns about Indonesia s human rights records, budget constraints, and domestic insecurity relating to terrorist activities and insurgencies could reduce foreign direct investment and deter some countries from partnering with Jakarta. Nevertheless, domestically developed platforms, such as the C---- transport aircraft and naval frigates are becoming increasingly effective thanks to collaboration with developed producers, and the modernization and reorganization of the armed forces will continue to boost demand and provide supply opportunities for local defence industries. Key BMI Forecasts Defence expenditure to reach USD-.-bn in ----. ...Defence trade deficit to deepen, reaching almost USD---mn by ----, with little export growth expected.

...� Business Monitor International Ltd Page - Indonesia Defence SWOT - Continued Growing Islamic militancy is raising concerns, increasing need for counter terrorism spending. Indonesia s growing stature means that major powers are eager to work with Jakarta and assist with its military modernisation programme. ...Closer military ties with Russia, Turkey and South Korea may also lead to increased transfers of technology - such as the joint development of the K-FX fighter with Seoul. A submarine programme with South Korea stipulates that the third of three boats will be built locally, adding critical new capabilities to local shipbuilder PT PAL, further advancing the industry. The local construction of sections of an advanced new frigate procured from the ...

  
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