Chinese military exports to other countries


DBR01

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Indonesia is also another user of Chinese air defense systems. They purchased:

- TD-2000B gun-missile system (pending delivery)
- QW3 MANPAD
- 23mm AAA

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More news on Indonesia and Chinese military cooperation. It doesn't say really what the item is and just continues to state what they've been stating.

RI, China reaffirm commitment to closer military cooperation
Friday, June 12, 2009 18:56 WIB | National | | Viewed 102 time(s)
Jakarta (ANTARA News) - The Indonesian and Chinese governments have reaffirmed their commitment to intensifying their military cooperation, especially through transfer of technology, an Indonesian defense official said.

"We have reaffirmed our commitment to step up our existing military cooperation , especially in the transfer of technology," Rear Marshal Erys Heriyanto, director general of defense infrastructure, said here on Friday, following a working visit to China recently.

He said the military and defense cooperation between Indonesia and China had run well so far, and the two countries had agreed to intensify the cooperation based on mutual respect and mutual benefit.

"I emphasize the importance of the transfer of technology in every military cooperation with any country, including China. So, when we buy weaponry , armored vehicles, and even missiles from any party, including China, it must include transfer of technology," Rear Marshal Erys Heriyanto said.

It was reported recently from Beijing that Indonesia had welcomed China`s offer to cooperate in military technology and in the production and marketing of military equipment.

"Indonesia welcomes the Chinese desire to cooperate in the production of military equipment on the basis of mutual benefit," Indonesian military attache Col. Yayat Sudrajat at the Indonesian embassy in Beijing said last May 2009.

He said Chinese military technology had reached an advanced stage so that Indonesia desired to explore various forms of military cooperation with Beijing.

"This cooperation also constitutes an effort to reduce Indonesia`s dependence on Western military technology," he said.

Yayat Sudrajat said Indonesia-China military cooperation had run well so far. A number of military officers, including defense ministers of both nations, had exchanged visits and held talks.

The Indonesian and Chinese governments signed a defense and security cooperation agreement in Beijing on November 7, 2007.(*)
 

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basically talks about LS-6 in the Paris airshow. It has apparently already received export orders, from mostly countries that already use Chinese weapons. You can guess which ones are those.
 

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looking at CDF's recent photo, looks like China exported QW-2 to Bangladesh
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actually, pretty much most of bangladesh's weapons are from China, so this is not much of a surprise.
 

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China providing Pakistan with $280 million of security gadgets, don't know what they are, but that's what the article says.
 

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Kanwa says that Indonesia air force has purchased a battalion (26) of QW-3s from China.
 

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Military relations between Algeria and China does not exist by any information on the Internet????

China has built a nuclear reactor to Algeria ... China has also sold surface to surface missiles (C-802) to algerian navy...Algeria bought a ship from China for training 2006 ....ect.

But in recent years did not show any news about the arms deals between the two sides????

any one of you have any information about arms deals between Algeria and China ???

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Not an export, but talks of military cooperation between China and Brazil. We've read about China helping Brazil with its nuclear submarine program and Brazil reciprocating with help in aircraft carrier. It's interesting to see what else will happen. I think they could do some military joint development projects like what they are doing with CBERS satellites. If anything, this shows the emergency of the BRIC countries, because they are helping each other rather than deferring to USA.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Nov. 17 (UPI) -- Brazil and China have
agreed to build military cooperation that will include
development of joint defense industries, collaboration in
science and technology, and personnel training.
An outline of a "five-point consensus" between
the two governments was revealed as Brazil announced a major
military exercise on the Paraguay border that will include
simulated warfare over a strategic hydroelectric dam.
Brazil, awash with earnings from commodity exports and
steady economic growth, has moved swiftly to revive its
armaments manufacturing, modernize armed forces and send a
message to neighbors about its claim to pre-eminence in Latin
America.
The pact with China and plans for a military exercise
involving more than 8,000 members of the Brazilian army, navy
and air force follow weeks of arms shopping that has seen U.S.
and European military suppliers competing for Brazilian defense
contracts worth more than $20 billion.
Brazilian Defense Minister Nelson Jobim, who announced the
new military cooperation pact in Beijing after talks Monday
with Chinese Defense Minister Liang Guanglie, has been scouting
for military technology transfer deals since President Luiz
Inacio Lula da Silva unveiled his military regeneration plans
last year.
He said Brazil is looking to boost domestic technical and
defense production capacity with its military purchases and is
not "a Venezuela, buying in the world's arms
supermarket."
Explaining the strategy to Brazil's Congress, Jobim said,
"We're not on a shopping spree. We're on a spree to boost
national capacity."
Brazil has already contracted to buy submarines and
helicopters from France and tanks from Germany but has not yet
decided on a major deal for fighter jets, for which Boeing's
F18 and Dassault's Rafale are in the race with Sweden's Saab
Gripen NG.
Brazil has been insisting on maximum transfer of
technology on all defense deals.
Defense industry suppliers were drawn to Brazil's
announcement of a major military exercise next to landlocked
Paraguay with the main "target" being the recovery of
a jointly owned hydroelectric dam -- a reference to the Itaipu
complex -- from enemy hands.
Analysts said the exercise was the largest simulation of a
major conventional conflict ever staged in Latin America and
could only lead to copycat actions in other neighboring
countries before it could intimidate Brazil's neighbors.
"We are training our people for dissuasion, so that
nobody trespasses our frontiers," Brazilian military
commander Gen. Carlos de Nardi said.
Analysts said the exercises would heighten concerns that
Latin America could be heading for an arms race despite denials
from all sides.
 

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