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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Ven 06 Fév 2015, 12:51

Le voilà, le 2ème C28A pour l'Algérie, numéro de coque 921, a été mis à flot aujourd'hui à 14h58 heure locale...

On voit d'ailleurs dans les 2 premières photos le 1er C28A, on voit bien le hangar et les installations au-dessus.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Ven 06 Fév 2015, 16:18

Une autre série de photos sur la mise à flot du 2ème C28A au chantier naval Hudong à Shanghai...

Sur la 2ème et la 3ème photo, on peut apercevoir une corvette Type 056 sur la cale sèche, elle devrait être le 8ème exemplaire construit dans ce chantier naval et la 25ème (??) de série. Avec ce bâtiment on vient de dépasser la moitié de la 1ère vague de commande des Type 056.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Ven 20 Fév 2015, 01:05

La Turquie aurait décidé, malgré la pression de l'OTAN, d'acheter 12 bataillons de SAM chinois FD-2000, version export de HQ-9.

L'information a d'abord été diffusée par un site russe :

Турция с помощью Китая создаст независимую от НАТО систему ПРО

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13:47, 19 февраля 2015

Создаваемая в Турции система противоракетной обороны не будет интегрирована в систему НАТО. Об этом, как передает Reuters, заявил министр обороны страны Исмет Йылмаз. Разработка турецкой ПРО ведется при содействии Китая, который в 2013 году выиграл тендер T-LORAMIDS (Turkish Long Range Air And Missile Defence System) на поставку Турции зенитно-ракетных систем средней и большой дальности.

Отвечая на парламентский запрос, турецкий министр обороны отметил, что китайская заявка оказалась лучшей. По сведениям из других источников, ключевым преимуществом HQ-9 оказалась меньшая цена при приемлемых характеристиках. Под давлением партнеров по НАТО Турция продлевала тендер, однако решение о выборе китайской системы в итоге осталось неизменным.

Сообщалось, что по итогам тендера Турция приобретет не менее 12 комплектов (дивизионов) зенитно-ракетной системы (ЗРС) HQ-9, разработанной и производимой так называемой «Второй Академией» китайской государственной корпорации China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (CASIC). HQ-9 является китайским аналогом советского/российского семейства ЗРС С-300П. Ряд источников, в том числе российский военный блог bmpd, отмечает, что разработка HQ-9 могла стать плодом сотрудничества китайских и российских предприятий.

Другими претендентами в тендере T-LORAMIDS на заключительных этапах выступали представленная альянсом Raytheon и Lockheed Martin ЗРС Patriot (комбинация РАС-2 GMT и РАС-3), представленная европейским консорциумом Eurosam ЗРС SAMP/T (с ЗУР Aster 30 Block 1) и представленная ОАО "Рособоронэкспорт" ЗРС С-300ВМ «Антей-2500». Ранее "Рособоронэкспорт" отказался от продвижения Турции ЗРС С-400, предлагавшейся на ранних этапах тендера.

Представители НАТО неоднократно открыто предостерегали Турцию от выбора российского или китайского предложений, мотивируя это возможными проблемами интеграции «незападных» комплексов в объединенную систему ПВО НАТО.

BBC et Reuters ont repris l'information rapidement. Mais on ne voit plus l'article sur BBC - http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-31537334



Le site d'information russe, RT.com, a diffusé la nouvelle plus tard dans la journée :

NATO member Turkey to buy $3.4 billion worth of incompatible Chinese antimissiles

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Published time: February 19, 2015 14:49
Edited time: February 19, 2015 18:57

The Turkish military is determined to buy long-range anti-missile systems from China, even though they wouldn’t be compatible with NATO weapons. Security concerns have been raised by other members of the alliance.

Defense Minister Ismet Yilmaz, in a written statement to the parliament, gave an assurance that the contract would go ahead.

"The project will be financed with foreign financing. Work on assessing the bids has been completed and no new official bid was received," the minister said.

"The system in question will be integrated with the national system for Turkey's defense and will be used without integrating with NATO," he added.

However, later an official for Turkey's Defense Industries told Reuters that Turkey had not taken a final decision on the contract and talks with China were continuing.

An arms procurement committee in Turkey chose the bid from China's Precision Machinery Import and Export Corp in 2013. The state-owned firm requested $3.4 billion for its FD-2000 system, the export derivative of HQ-9. Turkey needs the system for its national long-range air defense project, which Ankara first announced in 2006.

Competing bids for the Turkish contract were placed by US defense contractor Raytheon, the producer of the Patriot missile system, and Franko-Italian firm Eurosam with its SAMP/T system.

The tender is expected to be finalized later this year. Some Turkish media suggest that the announcement will come on April 24, the date of the commemoration of the 1915 genocide of Armenians by the Ottoman Empire.

Ankara doesn’t consider it genocide, merely calling it the “1915 incidents.” There have been ongoing diplomatic battles for years to make other countries share Turkey’s point of view. The lucrative air defense contract may serve as Ankara’s bargaining chip with the US and France, whereby they might reconsider their choice of antimissile system suppler in exchange for concessions on the genocide issue, reports suggest.

Earlier the media said that the Turkish government was in consultations with Paris over the deal, which some defense experts think is a hint that the selections of the Chinese product may be overturned.

On attend la confirmation officielle. Quoiqu'il en soit, la Turquie a déjà cédé une fois à la pression de l'OTAN et a rouvert l'appel d'offre après avoir annoncé le choix sur le système chinois, si malgré cela le choix final est toujours chinois, ce sera tout de même une belle gifle. Il n'est pas exclut que ce deal de 3,4 Md de dollar soit également un moyen de pression politique sur l'Occident suite au bordel laissé par ce dernier...

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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Sam 21 Fév 2015, 11:36

Le chantier naval indonésien a remplacé l'AK-230 sur la corvette KRI Sultan Thaha Syaifuddin par un PJ-12B chinois



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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Sam 21 Fév 2015, 17:48

CCTV a repris l'information selon laquelle la Turquie aurait décidé finalement de choisir le FD-2000 dans le programme T-LORAMIDS.



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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Jeu 26 Fév 2015, 22:29

IDEX 2015: China reveals 'new' LPD concept

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Richard D Fisher Jr, Abu Dhabi - IHS Jane's Navy International
25 February 2015

The China Shipbuilding and Trading Company (CSTC) used the IDEX show in Abu Dhabi to reveal a model of a new landing platform dock (LPD) that it could build for export.

A CSTC official told IHS Jane's that the concept was not developed to meet any current customer requirement, but was done to "show we have these capabilities".

The CSTC official could not confirm reports that China had offered a version of its Type 071 LPD in 2006 to meet a Malaysian requirement, but did not discount them.

CSTC's export LPD concept appears to be slightly smaller than the Type 071, the fourth of which was launched for the Chinese navy on 22 January. The model's vehicle and well deck contained 18 main battle tanks and 16 smaller utility vehicles.

Its hangar appears to hold two helicopters the size of the Changhe Z-8. Defensive armament included a 76 mm gun on the foredeck and two automatic cannon.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Ven 27 Fév 2015, 00:24

Quelques exposants chinois au salon IDEX 2015.



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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Sam 28 Fév 2015, 16:03

Le Pakistan met en servicele 4ème escadron d'AWACS ZDK-03 conçu par les Chinois.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Sam 28 Fév 2015, 16:25

Cela se précise de plus en plus sur le gagnant de l'appel d'offre turque T-LORAMIDS qui a pour but de procurer 12 systèmes de défense anti-missile longue portée pour le pays.

Le secrétaire adjoint turque des industries de la défense Ismail Demir dit le vendredi 27 Février que "Nous avons déjà annoncé quel pays a gagné l'appel d'offre du système de défense anti-missile", et précise que "il n'y a pas de discussion officielle avec la Russie", qui propose le S-400.

On sait que le Président turc avait déjà annoncé la Chine comme gagnant de ce deal il y a quelques jours.

Ce serait donc la 2ème fois que le système chinois FD-2000 gagne ce même deal sous la très forte pression de l'OTAN. Des sources officieuses chinoises indiquent que la Chine accepte de transférer les technologies sur la coque et le moteur pour la production locale, mais pas celles les plus importantes sur les systèmes d'acquisition et de tir. Le montant du contrat s'élève à 3,4 Md de dollar.

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No talk with Russia over missile system, says official

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27 February 2015 13:00 (Last updated 27 February 2015 13:01)

ISTANBUL

Turkey has rejected claims that it has been in negotiations with Russia over a long-range air defense system.

Speaking on Friday, Ismail Demir, Turkey’s undersecretary for defense industries, said: “There is no official talk with Russia.”

Demir was attending a conference on the country’s defense sector in Istanbul.

Local media had reported that Moscow renewed its interest in the missile project and said it previously revised a bid to sell Ankara its S-400 missile system.

“We announced which country won the tender of the missile defense system,” Demir added.

Turkey, a NATO member state since 1955, announced in September it had decided on an FD-2000 missile defense system – worth US$3.4 billion – from China Precision Machinery Import and Export Corp over systems from the Italian-French and American companies.

However, CPMIEC faced sanctions by the U.S. government for its violations of the Iran, North Korea and Syria Non-proliferation Act. NATO and the U.S. are pressuring Ankara not to build a missile defense system in co-operation with a company from a non-NATO-member state, saying that the Chinese system is incompatible with NATO technology.

Demir stated that Turkey not only wants a missile defense system but a technology transfer as well. “Turkey wants that the missile system can be equipped with the latest technology after 10 or 15 years. That’s why we are seeking a technology transfer too,” Demir said.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Mer 04 Mar 2015, 23:18

La Chine exporte ses centrales nucléaires "Hualong 1" à l'Argentine.

http://news.xinhuanet.com/politics/2015lh/2015-03/03/c_1114507751.htm

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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Ven 06 Mar 2015, 08:51

2 autres pays s'intéressent au chasseur chinois FC-1 selon Jane's...

IDEAS 2014: Nigeria 'close to signing up' for JF-17

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Farhan Bokhari, Karachi - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
02 December 2014

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) is close to finalising an order for the purchase of one or two squadrons of the JF-17 Thunder fighter aircraft co-produced by Pakistan and China, a senior Pakistani Ministry of Defence official told IHS Jane's on 2 December.

Speaking at the International Defence Exhibition and Seminar (IDEAS) 2014 in Karachi, the official said the NAF finalised its recommendation for the purchase of 25-40 JF-17s after NAF chief air marshal Adesola Nunayon Amosu visited Pakistan in October. AM Amosu's engagements in Pakistan included a visit to the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) at Kamra, north of Islamabad, where the JF-17 is manufactured.

So far, the PAC has produced 50 Block 1 JF-17s and began work on another 50 Block 2 variants in late 2013. Pakistan Air Force (PAF) officials have told IHS Jane's that a Block 3 variant is being planned. While the JF-17 has PAF capability plans, it has so far failed to find an export customer.

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PAF officials have described the JF-17 Block 3 as a fourth-generation-plus fighter, a term that is used to describe Western aircraft such as Lockheed Martin F-16 Block 60s, the Saab Gripen, Eurofighter Typhoon, and Dassault Rafale, among others.

Western officials have previously said that a first successful export of the JF-17 holds the key for the programme's long-term sustainment. Potential export customers mentioned as likely candidates for the JF-17 have included Egypt, Nigeria, Myanmar, and Venezuela.

Senior PAF officials have promoted the JF-17 as costing much less than comparable fighters produced by Western manufacturers. However, prospective customers are likely to consider established manufacturers ahead of PAC, which is a relative newcomer to the international market.

Bulgaria to be offered JF-17 fighter by Pakistan

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Gareth Jennings, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
04 March 2015

Bulgaria is to be offered the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex/Chengdu Aircraft Industry Corporation (PAC/CAC) JF-17 Thunder combat aircraft, according to national media reports.

The single-seat, single-engined fighter is to be offered by Pakistan as an alternative to the several Western aircraft types that are all vying to be selected by Bulgaria as it looks to replace its ageing MiG-29 'Fulcrum' and Sukhoi Su-25 'Frogfoot' platforms, the novinite.com Sofia News Agency reported on 4 March.

No details pertaining to costs or potential delivery timelines were revealed.

The Bulgarian government has stated that it will choose to buy new or secondhand Western fighters, or commit to a further MiG-29 upgrade. The acquisition of 'new' fighters is expected to cost more than BGN500 million (USD282 million), although actual new aircraft, such as Lockheed Martin Block 52 F-16s, are almost certainly unaffordable.

Contenders for secondhand jets include surplus Block 25 F-16s from the US Air National Guard, F-16 midlife upgrade aircraft from Belgium, early tranche Eurofighter Typhoons from the Italian Air Force, or surplus Saab Gripens from Sweden.

Developed jointly by China (where it is designated the FC-1) and Pakistan, the JF-17 Thunder made its maiden flight in 2004. Powered by a single Russian-designed but Chinese-built Klimov RD-93 (RD-33 derivative) turbofan, it has a top speed of Mach 1.6 (at altitude); a radius-of-operation of 648 n miles (1,200 km) as a fighter and 378 n miles (700 km) as a ground attack platform; a range of 971 n miles (1,798 km) on internal fuel, or 1,100 n miles (2,037 km) for ferry; a service ceiling of 52,500 ft; and a g-rating of +8.5/-3.5.

It has seven underwing/fuselage hardpoints, and is equipped with an internal GSh-23-2 twin-barrel cannon. Weapon options include up to four PL-5, -7, -8 or -9 short-range air-to-air missiles (AAMs) or four PL-12/SD-10B medium-range AAMs; two C-802A anti-ship missiles; two anti-radiation missiles; five 500 kg bombs; twin launchers for up to eight 250 kg, MK-20, GBU-12 or anti-runway bombs; single 1,000 kg bomb or GBU-10; or up to three mission pods.

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Although widely offered for export with countries such as Argentina, Serbia, and even Saudi Arabia, the JF-17 has yet to secure its first international customer.

While Bulgaria's economic situation would appear to make it a good candidate for the approximately USD30 million fighter (a comparable Western type would likely cost double this at least), its status as a NATO member would not.

As one of the alliance's newest members, Bulgaria is striving towards achieving full interoperability with its NATO partners, and indeed this is one of the primary reasons that it is looking to replace its Soviet-era MiGs and Sukhois. The JF-17 is not a NATO-compatible aircraft (although it can be upgraded to be so), and so is not a good fit for Bulgaria operationally.

Politically, such a procurement of a joint Chinese-Pakistani platform would be extremely difficult for Bulgaria, as evidenced by the reaction to Turkey's proposed procurement of the China Precision Machinery Import and Export Corp (CPMIEC) HQ-9 air and missile defence system in 2013.

That decision caused a fury, with Turkey's alliance partners saying that the Chinese system would never be integrated with NATO systems, effectively forcing a back down from the Turkish government, which is now moving away from the HQ-9 and is restarting negotiations with US and European suppliers instead.

Being a new and enthusiastic member of NATO, Bulgaria will be loath to place itself in a similar position, and for this reason primarily it would seem that a JF-17 buy is not likely to happen.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Lun 16 Mar 2015, 11:09

L'Institut SIPRI (Stockholm International Peace Research Institute) a publié un rapport sur la tendance d'exportation et d'importation d'armement dans le monde.

l'Article traduit en français :

http://www.sipri.org/media/pressreleases/2015/Press_Release_Translations_15/pr-at-2015-in-french

A propos de la Chine, on note :

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Durant la même période, les exportations chinoises d’armes majeures ont augmenté de 143 %, ce qui en fait le troisième plus grand fournisseur durant la période 2010-14, cependant elle reste nettement derrière les États-Unis et la Russie.

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Sur les dix plus grands importateurs d’armes majeures durant la période 2010-14, cinq sont en Asie : Inde (15 % des importations d’armes dans le monde), Chine (5 %), Pakistan (4 %), Corée du Sud (3 %) et Singapour (3%).

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L’Inde représente 34 % du volume des importations d’armes en Asie, soit trois fois plus que la Chine. En fait, les importations d’armes de la Chine ont diminué de 42 % entre 2005-09 et 2010-14.

Ce dernier constat illustre l'effort continue des Chinois dans l'indépendance technologique et capacitaire des 10 dernières années, et ce n'est pas prêt de s'arrêter.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Lun 16 Mar 2015, 22:02

Le groupe de construction navale CSIC expose des maquettes de navire pour l'exportation ainsi que celle du porte-avions 16 Liaoning au salon LIMA 2015.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Mar 17 Mar 2015, 20:33

Le Soudan du Sud reçoit les MANPAD chinois de type QW-2.

Sudan: South Sudan Received Chinese QW-2 Vanguard, New surface-to-air missile launcher

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Khartoum (HAN) March 14, 2015– Weekly Security and Regional defense briefing News.

The civil war in South Sudan is a little more than a year old, but it won’t end for lack of fresh weapons. Recently, South Sudanese troops proudly paraded a new surface-to-air missile launcher.

It’s also Chinese. Specifically, it’s a Chinese QW-2 Vanguard, according to consultant firm Armament Research Services, which identified the weapon from its design and markings.

The shoulder-fired QW-2 is a fairly advanced and modern weapon. It launches infrared-homing missiles that can shoot down everything from transport helicopters to jet fighters traveling at altitudes higher than 13,000 feet.



And there’s one overriding reason why China is supplying South Sudan with the missile — to ward off occasional air strikes by Sudan.
Chinese weapons and ammunition began appearing in large numbers among South Sudanese President Salva Kiir’s troops in 2014.

“In recent months, we’ve seen large transfers from China,” Emile LeBrun of weapons-monitoring group Small Arms Survey tells War Is Boring.

South Sudan is also highly dependent on oil  —  with most facilities located in the war-torn northern regions of the country. China heavily invests in South Sudan’s oil infrastructure, and wants to protect it.

The wells are vulnerable to Sudanese warplanes. In 2012, Sudan carried out an air campaign against Juba’s oil facilities. While air attacks are now less common, Khartoum still launches the occasional cross-border strike.

But Kiir’s real edge comes from Uganda — his ally. Uganda has a modern fleet of Su-30 multi-purpose fighters. This allows South Sudan and Uganda to bomb rebel positions, which are often ill-equipped to defend against air strikes.

In 2014, Ugandan air power played a pivotal role in the capture of several strategically important towns by Kiir’s troops.

For rebels loyal to former vice-president Riek Machar  —  known as the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-in-Opposition  —  the situation is a bit different. Many rebel fighters are soldiers who defected from the national army.

To get more weapons, the rebels either have to capture them, buy them on the black market, or receive them from state backers.

But the militants do appear to have some foreign support. Ammunition cartridges of recent Sudanese origin appeared at the site of a massacre committed by rebels in May 2014, according to Small Arms Survey.

“It would not surprise us if, as has been suggested, elements of the Sudanese security forces are providing materiel support to the SPLM-IO,” LeBrun says.

Last year, Ugandan forces captured an Igla-1 anti-aircraft missile launcher from the militants. If Machar’s fighters have more where that came from, they can threaten both United Nations and private military company helicopters operating in South Sudan.

South Sudan also has very little domestic manufacturing for arms or ammunition. As the government of a sovereign state, it’s completely legal for Kiir’s administration to go shopping for weapons abroad.

But this kind of overt and covert arms trade — on both sides — could prolong the conflict. When both sides have plenty of weapons, there’s little incentive to stop the killing.

For example, there’s an embargo in place for Darfur. It doesn’t stop the Sudanese government from flaunting the restriction more or less openly, with arms circulating freely among factions aligned with — or fighting — Khartoum.

To be effective in South Sudan, an embargo couldn’t just focus on the affected country — it’d have to forbid deliveries to all neighboring states, too. This is because end-user agreements that forbid re-exporting weapons are typically not worth the paper they’re printed on. Worse, these measures are close to impossible to enact.

Uganda provides troops, air power and arms to the South Sudanese government. Were an arms embargo to pick up steam, Uganda would likely throw a tantrum — and carry enough political clout to block it.

The international community would also have to convince China.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Mar 17 Mar 2015, 23:11

Les IFV 8x8 VN-1, d'origine chinoise, dans l'exercice "anti-invasion américaine" du Venezuela.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Mer 18 Mar 2015, 23:48

Les premiers FC-1 / JF-17 Block II commencent à sortir de la chaîne d'assemblage pakistanaise.

Le Block II comprend la capacité de ravitaillement en vol, un nouveau système de génération d'oxygène pour que le pilote puisse rester plus longtemps en vol, ainsi qu'une nouvelle suite d'auto-défense électronique ECM.

Le Block III est en développement actuellement en Chine, qui comprend par exemple un nouveau radar AESA pour remplacer le KLJ-7 actuel.

Le 2ème Block II, immatriculé 2P-02.



Le radar KLJ-7 actuel des JF-17.



Block 2 JF-17 makes first flight ahead of Block 3 improvements

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Alan Warnes, Kamra, Pakistan - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
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The first Block 2 JF-17 Thunder combat aircraft made its maiden flight from the Pakistan Aeronautical Company (PAC) facility at Kamra on 9 February.

The aircraft (serial number 2P01) made three more successful flights before being taken to the paint shop in mid-February. The test flights came as a boost as PAC continues to look for a first export customer for its platform.

Air Commodore Ahsan Rafiq, Deputy Chief Project Director (Operations) JF-17 and a former commanding officer of the JF-17 Test and Evaluation Unit, described the Block 2 version as "an upgraded Block 1 with an air-to-air refuelling (AAR) probe, enhanced oxygen system [to allow the pilot to stay in the air longer], and improved electronic countermeasures system (ECS)".

The Pakistan Air Force (PAF) has a contract for 50 Block 2 JF-17s but as Air Cdre Ahsan pointed out, "the full AAR system will not appear until the 29th jet, which should fly later this year [at Chengdu Aircraft Corporation (CAC) in China]."

In a further development that sends a clear signal that PAC and Chinese marketing partner CATIC intend business in the international arena, the Block 2 JF-17 will also have a two-seater version, which is now being developed at Chengdu according to the PAF's requirements.

"We know potential customers would like to see a two-seater, although it is not such a big deal for the PAF, which started flying several types, [A-5, F-6, F-7P and F-7PG] without a training version," Air Cdre Ahsan said. "This will give us the chance to show potential suitors how the jet can perform in the air."

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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Jeu 19 Mar 2015, 00:08

Lors du interview avec un représentant de CPMIEC au salon malaisien LIMA 2015, il indique que le SAM chinois FD-2000 a gagné l'appel d'offre turc T-LORAMIDS (contre S-300 russe, SAMP/T Aster-30 européen et Patriots américain).



L'interview est diffusé sur CCTV-4 et a été rapidement repris par plusieurs médias chinois.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Mer 25 Mar 2015, 22:03

Pas 100% sûr encore mais mes sources indiquent que la vente de FC-1 en Egypte ça bouge bien, même après la vente de Rafale.

A suivre.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Mar 31 Mar 2015, 22:53

Trois Z-10 sont arrivés au Pakistan pour évaluation.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Jeu 02 Avr 2015, 23:29

Confirmed: Pakistan Will Buy Eight Chinese Subs

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Details on the type of vessel as well as the new fleet’s price tag remain unknown.

By Franz-Stefan Gady
April 02, 2015

Yesterday, the Pakistani government confirmed the purchase of eight new submarines from China. “The National Security Committee has approved, in principle, the acquisition of eight Chinese submarines,” Additional Secretary of the Ministry of Defense, Rear Admiral Mukhtar Khan, informed the National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Defence in Islamabad.

Details on the type of vessels or their price tag are murky. IHS Jane’s quotes an unnamed Pakistani Foreign Ministry official who said that, “in the recent past, there have been reports of discussions for the Type 041 submarines.”

According to IHS Jane’s Fighting Ships the Type 041 Yuan-class is,“a diesel electric attack submarine (SSK), potentially with Stirling air independent propulsion, that is armed with YJ-2 (YJ-82) anti-ship missiles and a combination of Yu-4 (SAET-50) passive homing and Yu-3 (SET-65E) active/passive homing torpedoes.” The export version of the vessel allegedly displaces about 2,300 tons, according to public sources.

However, as I noted here, the Wuhan-based China State Shipbuilding Industrial Corp (CSIC) supposedly had already signed a contract in April 2011 to deliver six Type 032 Qing-class conventional attack submarines by 2016/2017. Apparently, this deal must be off the table now.

Still other media sources report that Islamabad will build submarines under license based on the Qing-class vessels displacing 3,000 tons: “Pakistan will also build two types of submarines with Chinese assistance: the Project S-26 and Project S-30. The vessels are to be built at the Submarine Rebuild Complex (SRC) facility being developed at Ormara, west of Karachi.”

The procurement of a new fleet of submarines constitutes Islamabad’s most expensive arms deal by far. Estimated total costs range between $4-5 billion. IHS Jane’s quotes a former Pakistani defense official who said that it is “difficult to imagine a price of less than USD 500 million per submarine, if not more.”

He also said that he suspects China to extend a long-term loan, possibly at a low interest rate. Another Pakistani military expert told the Financial Times that there are still many unknowns: “At this stage, we don’t know the exact financial terms and unless we know the financial terms we can’t be certain about the significance of this order,” he said. “Still, it’s an important contract for Pakistan.”

Ali Sarwar Naqvi, a former senior Pakistani diplomat, said about Beijing’s rationale behind the weapons deal: “China has its own strategic reasons to help Pakistan in this area. As India prepares to head in to the Pacific Ocean, the Chinese are looking to head in to the Indian Ocean.”

A noter que, il n'existe pas de "Type 041", ou disons que ça n'existe que dans le rêve de certains journalistes mal informés, qui ne se contentent que de copier coller ce que disent les autres sites. Je ne parle même pas l'exportation de "Type 032"...

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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Jeu 02 Avr 2015, 23:36

Les 3 hélicoptères de combat Z-10 au Pakistan sont prêts à effectuer des vols d'essai dans la ville de Rawalpindi.



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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Dim 05 Avr 2015, 17:43

La Thaïlande a procédé au tir de test de son LRM DTI-1G, produit sous licence du modèle chinois WS-32. Le système a une portée de 150 km et est monté sur un châssis Volvo si je ne me trompe pas.

Dans l'une des photos, on peut voir un howitzer qui se ressemble à PLZ-52 chinois.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Mer 15 Avr 2015, 14:09

D'après la dernière publication du Ministère pakistanais de la défense, le Pakistan a acheté 3 systèmes SAM chinois LY-80 pour un total de 225 millions de dollar durant l'année budgétaire 2013-2014.

http://modp.gov.pk/gop/index.php?q=aHR0cDovLzE5Mi4xNjguNzAuMTM2L21vZHAvdXNlcmZpbGVzMS9maWxlL1llYXIlMjBCb29rJTIwMjAxMy0xNCUyMCgxKS5wZGY%3D



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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Mar 28 Avr 2015, 23:01

La 2ème OPV nigérienne construite en Chine quitte le chantier naval Wuchang à Wuhan.

Ce 2ème exemplaire intègre environ 400 demandes d'évolution que le client a formulé. 5% de travaux restant seront réalisés au Nigéria.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Information] Exportation des Armements Chinois   Jeu 07 Mai 2015, 21:53

Si tout va bien, l'armée égyptienne va signer un contrat d'acquisition des FC-1 chinois. Les sources informelles indiquent que la production se fera plutôt à Chengdu qu'à Kamra.

Le Nigeria et l'Argentine devraient suivre après aussi.

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