PwC releases white paper on investing in defence technology
Source: PwC , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Thu July 19, 2018 6:32 pm

UAE. The technologies most valuable to national defence are those that maximise the nation's freedom to develop and use its military capability as it sees fit, according to PwC’s latest white paper titled “In Which defence technologies should Middle East governments invest?”

The white paper addresses the reasons to invest in Defence technology and how effective the use of technology underpins modern military capability and provides control over the development and production of key technologies, enabling the nation with the freedom to act as it chooses.

To read the whitepaper click here
 
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