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The Year Ahead: Military helicopter market

4th January 2017 - 16:00 GMT | by Tony Skinner in London

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Recent global events have starkly cast the reduction in military spending across the Western world in the past six or seven years in a fresh light.

Regarded as an obvious necessity by various governments as they attempted to get their houses in order after the financial crisis, the erosion of military capability brought about by deferred or cancelled defence procurements has since been shown to be a risky choice by the posturing of China and Russia, and enduring insurgencies in Afghanistan and Iraq.

However, even should the defence budget floodgates open around the world in 2017, the trends

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