South African defence industry moves to collaborate at home and abroad to thrive
October 23, 2014 Editor
South Africa’s defence, aerospace and maritime industries contribute to the country’s economy through the development and maintenance of high level scientific, engineering, technological and technical skills and jobs, as well as advanced design, development and manufacturing processes. They have developed excellent reputations in the global market and the majority of their production is exported, earning most of their revenues in hard currencies. South African aerospace and defence products – ranging from complete systems to subsystems to major components to parts – can be found in service on virtually every continent.
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