Hong Kong media the global market is still lagging behind China weapons today – Russian Military Cha-hamimelon

Hong Kong media: the global market is still lagging behind Chinese weapons not Russia Sohu military channel first: Hong Kong media said China weapons not [Abstract] for 20 years Chinese military expansion, a common view is that the domestic weapon has shrunk to a certain extent, as did the. Some research institutions said that from 2011 to 2015, China is the world’s third largest arms exporter, accounting for nearly 6% of the total market share. However, China is still far behind the United States (33%), Russia and the United States, although it ranks the first in the global arms trade (third) (25%). The western media reported that the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute said in a report, 14% growth in the world arms trade in five years, the United States is a major exporter of arms, arms imports in Asia, Oceania and the Middle East increased. China has jumped by 88%, with a growth rate of more than $third, more than France and Germany, where exports are declining, as well as Britain and spain. The picture shows the African flying cadets for China’s senior trainer". Hongkong Asia Times Online September 17th article, the original title: if China’s weapons are very good, why not buy it? For Chinese 20 years of military strength, a common view is that the domestic weapon has shrunk. To a certain extent. China relatively modern weapons, such as fighters -10 aircraft, "Yuan class submarines and 99 tanks, really good to be replaced, the f -7" Ming "class submarines and 59 tanks. At the same time, some of China’s existing weapons are highly competitive compared to similar products in the West or russia. This includes UAV, anti-ship cruise missiles and shoulder fired anti-aircraft missiles and light trainer etc.. But all this raises an important question: why do so few countries want to buy them, since Chinese weapons are considered so good? On the face of it, China appears to be a fairly successful weapon exporter. Stockholm International Peace Research Institute data show that from 2011 to 2015, China is the world’s third largest arms exporter, accounting for nearly 6% of the total market share. In recent years, Beijing has also signed a number of high-profile overseas deals, including Pakistan and Thailand were exported 8 ships and 3 Ship "Yuan class submarines, tanks sold to Burma, sold to Indonesia anti-ship cruise missiles etc.. But China norm is still "in the global arms market in the corner of the game player. First, there are few countries that buy Chinese weapons. For example, in the last 5 years, more than 23 of China’s (71%) weapons have been sold to only 3 countries: Pakistan, Bangladesh and Burma. Secondly, most of China’s low-end weapons sold. As a result, China is still far behind the United States (33%), Russia and the United States, although it ranks the first in the global arms trade (third) (25%). Further reading: Algeria has received China strongest export ships with carrier based aircraft red flag 9 exported to Central Asia revenge or to promote a series of weapons page second: but in the global market is still lagging behind the United States and Russia for 20 years Chinese military expansion, a common view is that the domestic weapon has shrunk. To a certain extent. China relatively modern weapons, such as fighters -10 aircraft.相关的主题文章: