Turkey’s top defense company is seeking an established role in global markets by expanding its foreign operations, company officials said, as they inaugurated the leading military electronics specialist’s production facility in the Jordanian capital Amman.
Turkey will increasingly rely on a special non-budgetary fund in financing its multi-billion dollar armaments programs, while budget figures for defense foresee a modest rise for 2015.
A final decision on Turkey’s disputed contract for the construction of the country’s first long-range air and anti-missile defense system will most likely come in early 2015
Turkey’s military and procurement planners are favoring a 'hybrid' approach which they believe will optimize their logistical requirements and help them maintain a fine balance between new and old gear
The successful production of an indigenous tactical unmanned aerial vehicle developed by a partnership of two privately owned Turkish companies has unwittingly highlighted major delays in a government-run program, the Anka.
Just as defense trade with Italy prospered in the 2000s when then-PM Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Silvio Berlusconi enjoyed a close personal friendship, French arms makers may benefit from Erdoğan’s new-found alliance with President François Hollande
Turkish military giant Aselsan and US partners have signaled their intent to win a contract to protect energy pipelines running through Turkey, particularly in the southeast
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