Market Research Report
Afghanistan National Security Markets 2011-2016
|Published by||Homeland Security Research Corp.||Product code||164635|
|Published||Content info||250 Pages; 212 Tables & Figures
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|Afghanistan National Security Markets 2011-2016|
|Published: January 30, 2011||Content info: 250 Pages; 212 Tables & Figures||
This publication has been discontinued on July 3, 2017.
2011-2016 Market: $13.7 Billion
To train and equip the Afghani security forces is the cornerstone of the US led coalition strategy, driven by political pressure to ensure the coalition withdrawal plans. It is also driven by economical rational: while the funding of a single US and NATO soldier in Afghanistan costs approximately $1 million per annum, the cost of an ANSF soldier or police officer is less than $50,000 per annum.
Afghani National Security Market Share [%] By Sector
The Afghan military-security infrastructure is in need of everything from troops training, weapons, trucks and aircraft, to military communication gear, C-3I systems and counter-IED technologies. The success of this initiative will dictate the course of the conflict and the depth and duration of U.S.-led coalition involvement. According to our new market report, the cumulative 2011-2016 Afghan national security market is forecasted to reach $13-14 billion.
Along with analyzing the institutions, agencies and procurement services being developed, the report' s 250 pages and 212 tables and figures describe the market by:
The report covers 103 sub-markets, including: