All articles by Praveen Duddu

  1. Deals this week: Cascade Aerospace, Rockwell Collins, Kaman Aerospace

    Canadian firm Cascade Aerospace has secured an order to modernise avionics on-board the L-100 (C-130) Hercules aircraft, which is in…
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    19 Jan
  2. Report: Egypt continues its reliance on US imports

    Egypt, which largely relies on the US for its defence imports, received $48.1bn from the US in the form of…
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    22 Dec
  3. Deals this week: Boeing, Sea Box, Rockwell Collins

    The Boeing Company has secured a contract worth $349.16m for a ground-based strategic deterrent programme. The contract will require Boeing…
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    24 Aug
  4. Report: Saudi Arabia retains its position as one of the world’s biggest arms importers

    The ongoing arms race between Saudi Arabia and its Middle Eastern counterparts is anticipated to fuel the nation’s arms imports, according…
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    10 Aug
  5. Report: Turkish defence exports to witness stable growth

    Turkey’s defence exports are expected to increase during 2018-2022, as the nation plans to export attack helicopters, UAVs, armoured vehicles…
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    8 Jun
  6. Report: Pakistan continues to rely on the US and China for defence imports

    Pakistan, the world’s fifth biggest importer of arms, continues to rely on the US and China to acquire the majority…
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    11 May
  7. Deals this week: Quantum3D, QuantaDyn, United Launch Services LLC

    Quantum3D Government Systems has received a contract to supply its MANTIS image generation software to L3 Technologies’ Link Simulation & Training…
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    20 Apr
  8. Report: Military modernisation efforts to drive Polish defence spending to $11.9bn

    The annual defence spending of Poland is anticipated to grow to $11.9bn in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate…
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    6 Apr
  9. Report: Norwegian defence spending to reach $7.6bn by 2022

    Norway’s annual military spending is forecast to increase from the estimated $6bn in 2017 to $7.6bn by 2022, witnessing at…
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    9 Mar
  10. Report: Force reduction and self-reliance to influence South Korean defence spending

    The annual defence expenditure of South Korea is expected to reach $43.3bn by 2022, witnessing at a compound annual growth…
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    2 Mar