South East Asian countries are spending heavily on the Defense Southeast Asian countries spent $38.2 billion on defense in 2014. There were large disparities in military spending between 2013 and 2014. Brunei surged 28.2 percent, followed by Cambodia at 14.4 percent and Vietnam at 14.1 percent. All countries saw strong increases in military spending between 2010 and 2014. Vietnam led with a 59.1 percent increase, followed by Cambodia, 56.2 percent, and Indonesia, 50.6 percent. The average increase between 2010 and 2014 was 37.6 percent in U.S. dollars and 44 percent in local currencies. Defense Budget of Vietnam is 3,365,000,000 USD.
On the backdrop of the heavy spending of the Asian region, Vietnam in particular, we are presenting the Vietnam’s own defense and police expo where it will be instrumental in bringing the latest and modern arms, equipment, technology and products for the Defense and Police forces. DEFPOL denotes an integrated expo for Defense and Police where word DEF represents Defense and POL represents Police. DEFPOL EXPO 2016 will bring the key leaders of both the segments. f the Ministry of Public Security, Ministry of Defense, Police Forces, Civil Defense Force, Army, Navy and Air force will be attending the event to witness the latest products, technology and equipment.