This study seeks to chart the progress of Polish defence modernisation efforts against the most recent market restraints and examine the current status of procurement programmes, the impact of recent elections, and long-term defence spending projections.
- The country’s Technical Modernisation Programme remains a driving force behind the rise in defence spending, the augmented imports, and the increased tender offers. However, the recent change in government is affecting the timeline and the progress of the programme as the new executives look to review key pre-election procurement decisions.
- Military activities in Crimea/Ukraine are perceived as a significant threat, thereby bolstering domestic export opportunities. The country’s recent introduction of a Regional Security Assistance Programme has generated export interests in neighbouring countries, notably Slovakia.
- Key Findings
- CEO’s Perspective
- Key Questions this Study will Answer
- Country Outlook
- Market Drivers
- Drivers Explained
- Market Restraints
- Restraints Explained
- Procurement Process and Decision Makers
- Defence Spending Projections by Budget Appropriation
- Defence Budget Spending Forecast by Budget Appropriation Discussion
- Modernisation Programmes Tracker
- Competition and Programmes Map
- Competitive Landscape - Key Established Participants
- Strategic Dashboard
- Legal Disclaimer