Aerospace Company Risks
Gain an understanding of the top global political and economic risks for mid-sized and large U.S. based aerospace companies operating internationally, as well as what geographic areas have the highest demands, regional developments and key opportunities in the space
- Shifts in international trade agreements are expected, and may increase cost of production and disruptions to the global supply chain.
- Accelerated innovation has significantly decreased the barrier to entry into the aerospace market, which has added competitive pressure.
- New startups are creating an increased need for innovation, especially as they reinvent short-range transportation options for regional air travel.
- Given rapid innovation in the aerospace industry globally, keeping a competitive edge is most important for international participation.
- It's noted that in order to maintain a competitive edge in international markets, a company must understand what the focus is in each area, as it varies widely by region.
- The global aerospace industry is led by the US, with other leading regions including China, France, India, Japan, the Middle East, and the UK.
- China and India are the two countries with the most rapid growth of their aerospace programs.
- By 2030, China is projected to have aerospace division that is only smaller than the US.
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