Pakistan can not sell JF-17: China

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  1. JAISWAL

    JAISWAL Senior Member Senior Member

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    China backs Pak moves to safeguard its security
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    The Chinese
    government did not
    agree with a proposal
    from Pakistan for
    selling JF-17 multi-
    purpose fighter planes
    produced by Pakistan
    and China jointly.
    Pakistan has received
    offers for the sale of
    the planes about four
    times more than what
    these planes cost
    Pakistan. The Chinese
    have asked Pakistan not
    to sell the planes
    before the expiry of 10
    years of the production
    of the same.

    The sources revealed that
    Pakistan’s satellite Pak-
    One Sat is undergoing lab
    test as the satellite has
    been manufactured by
    Pakistan but it would be
    launched by China
    through its rocket in the
    orbit. The satellite has
    spent 11 days for tests of
    various parameters in
    China and it is likely that
    it would take seven days
    further in labs before
    getting ready for
    launching, the sources
    said.
    The satellite will be
    launched on 14th of
    August this year. Prime
    Minister Gilani, who visited
    the Chinese Space
    Research Academy here
    on Friday, had visited the
    site and he was impressed
    to see advancement of
    Chinese technology on
    space. The prime minister
    also inspected 13 Chinese
    satellites, which have
    been prepared in China
    through its most modern
    technology for various
    purposes..
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    China backs Pak moves to safeguard its security
     
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  3. JAISWAL

    JAISWAL Senior Member Senior Member

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    Pakistan News Service - PakTribune.
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    The Chinese government did not
    agree with a proposal from
    Pakistan for selling JF-17 multi-
    purpose fighter planes produced
    by Pakistan and China jointly.
    Pakistan has received offers for
    the sale of the planes about four
    times more than what these
    planes cost Pakistan. The Chinese
    have asked Pakistan not to sell
    the planes before the expiry of
    10 years of the production of the
    same.
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    from Jung group.
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    http://thenews.jang.com.pk/TodaysPrintDetail.aspx?ID=6138&Cat=13&dt=5/21/2011
     
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  4. LETHALFORCE

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    Good move by China, someone could reverse engineer it.
     
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    Is china saying something which we or the world didnt know?
     
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    This is hilarious, even Pakistan so called closest bed mate ditched it.. This shows how much Pakistan must have contributed in the so called joint effort.. Not exactally a Bramos.
     
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  7. Armand2REP

    Armand2REP CHINI EXPERT Veteran Member

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    You missed the part with Pakistan's begging bowl extended and China saying get lost. :laugh:
     
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    Begger beggar,
    yes papa,
    Making JF-17,
    Yes papa,
    Why can't you sell some,
    Ha Ha Ha..

    :rofl:
     
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    I think rather China wouldn't want JF17s falling over other customer countries.

    They can coverup crashes in China or Pakistan. It'll be difficult in other nations, then eventually bringing bad PR :D
     
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    China dont want Pakistan to sell junk fighter to anyone
     
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    USA will get their hands on it soon.
     
  12. JAISWAL

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    China is considers
    attack on Pakistan attack
    on China but doesn't
    allow it's new best friend
    to export a aircraft like
    JF-17.Chinese foreign
    policy exposed.
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    What a friendship
     
  13. sayareakd

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    China dont want Pakistan to sell junk fighter to anyone, there goes their special and all weather relationship.

    When it comes to commercial national interest, China does not support Pakistan. LOL :becky::becky::becky:

    Pakistan is fast loosing its friends, this shows the end of road for Paksitan.............:wave::wave::wave:
     
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    Pakistan will ruin the chances that JF-17 may have ever had to be sold elsewhere. Chinese just ensured they will not be an arms exporter with this move.
     
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    China is correct, they cant sell anyone these fighters, because
    1] The Might story told about the fighter will be gone.
    2] It was developed by China, so Pak has no right to sell anyone.
    3] If sold to any countries, if they will operate and tell the world, how much Junk Fighter is this to the world.
     
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    this month is very bad news for pakistani, first they came to know their PAF is incompetent fools, their radar, fighter and other US stuff is useless, they were fooled and made laughing stock of whole world without any sympathy from anyone.

    US raided, killed and take off with body of OBL right under the nose of PA and ISI.

    Now China their all weather friend just told them, their junk fighter Bunder is not for sale to anyone else. Which means that both US and China have indirectly given up China, now a days they are only doing lip service for Pakistan.
     
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    Very competent move by the Chinese, quite predictable actually for all the brouhaha the mandarins at zhongnanhai have shown that their real interest lie with their own people, The JF-17 can only bring "loss of face" and bad name to china if sold to outsiders . Good idea by the Chinese to nip the plan in the Bud.
     
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    If advertised or to sell china should do it, not Pak, these people want to get these fighters for one rupee and want to sell it for Rs100, then what will China do in mean time!
    just bite its nails!!!
     
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    Brahmos If you know pakistan correctly they all always make tall claims . If they are able to sell it about 3-4 times the current price it will be must costlier than many current generation planes. No country is fool to fall in their trap even if somehow they decide to sell it . Only reaon they may be able to sell few JF 17 because its dirt cheap . I think that kind of claim of getting 4 times the current price is to fool people living in land of fools.
     
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    I still feel that cost is more for a 3rd generation fighter?
    the poor african countries cant afford that for $1million for a Blunder Fighter :confused::tsk:......
    hehehe:becky:
     
  21. Armand2REP

    Armand2REP CHINI EXPERT Veteran Member

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    I hate to bust the party, but this is more about Russian export controls of RD-93 than it is about China sticking it to Pakistan.
     

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