Há cada um a dizer cada bacorada!!!!!"Top trading partners with ChinaThis list was released on January 10, 2014 and reflects the volume of trade in 2013. Total trade values are in billions of USD.Rank Trading Partner Total trade1 United States 5212 Japan 312,553 South Korea 274,244 Taiwan 197,285 Germany 161,566 Australia 136,377 Malaysia 106,078 Brazil 90,279 Russia 89,21Fonte: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_the_largest_trading_partners_of_China
The top export destinations of Russia are China ($39.3B), the Netherlands ($39B), Germany ($29.8B), Italy ($22.9B) and Japan ($21.5B). The top import origins are China ($50B), Germany ($37.3B), the United States ($16.5B), Belarus ($14.9B) and Italy ($12.4B).
However, China remains partly dependent on imports for some key weapons and components,including large transport aircraft and helicopters, and engines for aircraft,vehicles and ships. Engines accounted for 30 per cent of China’s imports in 2011–15. In 2015 it signed orders for air defence systems and 24 combat aircraft from Russia, indicating that China is also not yet self-suffi cient in those categories. China’s largest supplier was Russia, which accounted for 59 per cent of Chinese imports, followed by France with 15 per cent and Ukraine with 14 per cent.
Parece que ouvi um asinino a dizer algo!"Between 2012 and 2015, India will once again become the number one importer ($14.3 billion), followed by Venezuela ($3.2 billion) instead of Algeria. Vietnam will rank third, with imports of $3.2 billion.that the Asia-Pacific now accounts for more than half of the company's deliveries. In recent years Russia approved about $7 billion worth of export loans under weapons contracts. This has enabled Rosoboron export to sign new deals with Myanmar, Malaysia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and Vietnam. Moscow is determined to keep its share of the Indian defence market and to retain its status as the world's second-largest defence exporter. Last year Rosoboronexport signed $17.6 billion worth of new contracts, which represents an increase of 150 percent compared to 2011. The company's portfolio of contracts has reached an impressive $37.3 billion. Russia ranks second in the world’s arms export. Moscow supplies arms and military equipment to 66 countries, has concluded agreements on military and technical cooperation with 85 countries and its portfolio of orders for defence-related products currently stands at a staggering $46.3 billion. Russian global arms exports reached $15.2 billion in 2012, up 12% compared to the previous year.said Venezuela, Peru, Brazil, Argentina and Mexico were interested in buying helicopters and air defense systems. Grigory Kozlov, head of Helicopter Export Department at Rosoboronexport, said there is good potential for cooperation virtually with all the countries in the region, and especially with Brazil, where Mi-35M helicopters are successfully used.The main partner in the region is a traditional friend of Russia – Venezuela. It is now the second biggest purchaser of Russian arms, after India, that Russia needs to press ahead. The PAK-FA fifth generation fighter and the BrahMos supersonic multiple usage cruise missile are the most visible outcomes of joint venture production with India. The Center for Analysis of the World Arms Trade estimates the value of equipment acquired by Caracas from the Russian defence industry at $4.4 billion. This includes 24 Su-30MK2V fighters, 100,000 AK-103 machine guns, more than 40 Mi-17V-5 multipurpose helicopters, 10 Mi-35M2 attack helicopters, three Mi-26T2 heavy transport helicopters and 5,000 SVD sniper rifles.India is working on two co-design defence projects with Russia – the FGFA and the Multi-role Transport Aircraft, which is already in detailed design stage."Mas onde é que aparece a China?https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Defense_industry_of_Russia
According to forecasts, bilateral commerce could grow up to $100 billion in 2015 and if the two countries continue to nurture the right conditions for trade investment growth, it is likely to reach $200 billion by 2020. The total trading value between China & Russia has grown 17.8 % p.a. in the past 11 years.
The HQ-9 is a fourth-generation surface to air missile (SAM) system. While not the most advanced SAM system in the world, if it has indeed been deployed to Woody Island then this would be the most advanced long range air defense missile currently deployed to an island in the South China Sea.The HQ-9 is capable of engaging multiple aircraft, including combat aircraft. It resembles the Russian S300 system but China is assessed to have developed variants of the system with a longer range, potentially up to 230 kilometers.
Operationalrange91RE1: 50 km3M-54E: 220 km3M-54E1/3M-14E: 300 km3M-54/3M-54T: 660 km3M-14/3M-14T: 2500 kmlong range variant: 4000 km?
Discordo em alguns aspectos.É verdade que em termos militares os Chineses estão atrás dos Russos, mas dada a velocidade a que crescem e a quantidade brutal em I&D, é uma questão de tempo até ultrapassarem os Russos.Factos:- Os chineses têem já à vários anos, os maiores supercomputadores à face da terra dedicados em exclusivo a I&D. Têem várias universidades militares que se dedicam apenas a I&D! E mais surpreendente, o último e maior supercomputador (Sunway TaihuLight) é 100% chinês!!!!! Até os processadores!!!!!- Têem misseis 100% chineses, anti-navio, anti-míssil, etc...- Têem um sistema próprio e independente de geoposicionamento (Baidu);- Tecnologia aeroespacial, que inclui um programa de armas anti-satélite que vai estar operacional em 2020;- Têem o J-20 com alguns problemas, é verdade;- Vão também lançar um avião comercial para rivalizar com o A320.- Armas de impulso Electromagnético em desenvolvimento;Resumindo, podem demorar algum tempo, mas têem tudo a favor para ultrapassarem a Rússia. Só é preciso a paciência de Chinês E para ajudar, o PIB da China é quase 10 vezes maior que o Russo!!!Têem é um enorme ponto fraco que é o abastecimento de matérias primas......https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Science_and_technology_in_China
C-801 is a huge diversion from earlier Chinese anti-ship missiles such as HY/SY/FL AShMs in that its size has drastically reduced, and the layout was similar to that of contemporary western AShMs: the dimension of C-801 is extremely close to that of French Exocet, while the triple control surfaces of C-801 are almost identical to those found on the American Harpoon, and C-801 is sometimes referred by some as the Chinese Exocet. The compact size of C-801 provides it with distinct advantage over earlier HY/FL/SY missiles in that C-801 can be carried various platforms such as fighters and helicopter that previously could not carry large-sized missiles of earlier FL/HY/SY series, and shore-based batteries can carry more missiles in a single vehicle in comparison to earlier AShMs.
List of active People's Liberation Army Navy ships is a list of ships currently in active service with the People's Liberation Army Navy. There are approximately 496 ships listed in the tables below that constitute active ships, but this figure does not include the 232 various auxiliary vessels of the PLAN. A summary of ship types in service with the PLAN include an aircraft carrier, amphibious transport docks, landing ship tanks, landing ship medium, destroyers, frigates, corvettes, missile boats, submarine chasers, gunboats, mine countermeasures vessels, replenishment oilers and various auxiliaries. In addition, there are also nuclear and conventional submarines presently in service.All ships and submarines currently in commission with the People's Liberation Army Navy were built in China, with the exception of the Sovremenny-class destroyers, Kilo-class submarines and the aircraft carrier Liaoning. Those vessels were either imported from, or originated from Russia or Ukraine. As of 2008, English-language official Chinese state media no longer uses the term "People's Liberation Army Navy", instead the term "Chinese Navy" along with the usage of the unofficial prefix "CNS" for "Chinese Navy Ship" is now employed.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_active_People%27s_Liberation_Army_Navy_ships