The Helicopter and Systems Market Thrives in Emerging Countries, Says Frost & Sullivan
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The Helicopter and Systems MarketThe Helicopter and Systems Market Thrives in Emerging Countries, Says Frost & Sullivan PR Newswire LONDON, Feb. 25, 2014 - New Market Insight captures investment opportunities across the global rotorcraft industry – over 46 billion dollars in emerging economies The helicopter industry has been marked with notable ups and downs in 2013, both requested orders in transitioning economies and terminations in the West, such as in North America, the largest helicopter market in the world. The dialogue between industry and customers is therefore becoming increasingly challenging, blurring potential opportunities for OEMs on the short and medium term. A new Frost & Sullivan Market Insight, "Global Helicopter & Systems Market: Capturing Growth Opportunities across the Rotorcraft Industry," highlights the progressive decrease of helicopter deliveries across Western Regions, while substantial growth is registered in Asia- Pacific, Central Asia and the Middle-East – as part of these regions' military modernisation programmes and investments in civilian infrastructure.

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The Helicopter and Systems Market Thrives in Emerging Countries, Says Frost & Sullivan

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- New Market Insight captures investment opportunities across the global rotorcraft industry – over 46 billion dollars in emerging economies

The helicopter industry has been marked with notable ups and downs in 2013, both requested orders in transitioning economies and terminations in the West, such as in North America, the largest helicopter market in the world. The dialogue between industry and customers is therefore becoming increasingly challenging, blurring potential opportunities for OEMs on the short and medium term.