Wiki also confirmed that China copies

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  1. Blackwater

    Blackwater Veteran Member Veteran Member

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    Guy amazing Wikipedia also confirms china copies. I was searching SMERCH Multi barrel system and see what i found


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    Ukrainian BM-30 Smerch launchers during a military parade


    Kuwaiti BM-30 Smerch launchers during a military parade in Kuwait
    Algeria - 18 systems in 1999.
    Armenia - unknown.[2]
    Azerbaijan - 12 systems 9А52 .[citation needed]
    Belarus - 48 systems in 1990.[3]
    India - 62 Systems in service. Total cost $750 million.
    Indonesia - 12 systems on order. To be delivered.
    Kazakhstan [4]
    Kuwait - 27 systems in 1996.
    People's Republic of China - Copied as the PHL-03.[5]:rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::laugh::laugh:
    Russia - 300 in 2001 (100 in 1995).[6]
    Turkmenistan - 6 systems 9A52-2T in 2008/2009.[7]
    Ukraine - 99 in 2008,[8]
    United Arab Emirates - 6
    Venezuela - 12 ordered to be delivered May 2011.[citation needed]
     
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  3. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    China copies and that is for sure.

    However, they claim that others have copied them!
     
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    tony4562 Tihar Jail Banned

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    You can only copy something you have access to. China never bought any Smerch, how could China copy it? China's developed literally dozens of MLRS systems over the years some of which have been exported to NATO country Turkey (WS-1). For a country that is fielding Aegis-like destroyers en masse and is test-flying a stealth fighter, developing something equivalent to Smerch is a piece of cake. It is possible though that chinese designers might have gotten some design cures from Smerch through photographs or arms exhibitions. Anyway, PHL-03 and Smerch share some superficial similarities, nothing more.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    China also never bought any Stealth!

    They are simply totally brilliant and innovators!

    It is just that they show their innovations, after others have done so! ;)
     
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    This seems the only thing that our Indian friends are good at these days。

    Yawn。。。。:rofl:
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Yawn to you for not being able to handle the truth!

    Demolish what is stated instead of obfuscating with the irrelevant and totally juvenile!
     
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    tony4562 Tihar Jail Banned

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    It is so funny that folk here insist that chinese products are copied from this or copied from that while there is very little evidence to back up their claims. On the other hand, they have no problem telling you, for example, that Akash is a compplete indigenous design even though it looks like a carbon copy of SA-6 and India has been a royal user of latter for decades and thus has had amble time to study it.
     
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    tony4562 Tihar Jail Banned

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    Another example. Folks here are adamant that J20 is copied from Mig 1.44, but the truth is China never got her hands on Mig.144 and these two aircrafts look very different. If J20 is a copy of Mig 1.44, you might as well say that F-15 is a copy of Mig25 or in turn Su-27 is a copy of F-15. Similarities between these aircrafts far exceed any similarities that may exist between J20 and Mig 1.44.
    The same folk also conveniently forget that India's LCA looks exactly like a a scaled-down Mirage which IAF has been operating for over 2 decades and likes a lot.
     
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    tony4562 Tihar Jail Banned

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    Foxconn workers in China who make 315$ a month, are routinely labeled as 'slave labor' by folks here, but they conveniently forget that their countrymen are working for exactly the same company at 1/3 of the wage.
     
  11. SpArK

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    Bullsh!t...

    China never copies anything..

    You guys need to relax .. go buy something from

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    or

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    Haters gonna hate. That's what I can see on this forum.
     
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    Drsomnath999 lord of 32 teeth Elite Member

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    can anyone tell does china has the technology to build an underwear of it's own without copying :lol:
    WHAT AMAZING THING IS ,CHINA COPIES & WHEN ONE ACCUSES IT THEY START WHINING & SAY U GUYS ARE BIASED & ANTICHINESE ,(LOL)

    GOD DAMN it :toilet:
     
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    At least our fellow Chinese customers know it's not right hence the complaint and incoming punishment.
    How about Indian's "generic pharm" industry? You are even proud of it.

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    Come on, tony, are you going to take away the only fun left for our Indian fellows?
     
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    50 centers unite!!!
     
  17. SpArK

    SpArK SORCERER Senior Member

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    Sorry .. never heard of it... but GUCCI and KFC are global brands.... u need to improve ur searching abilities in google..










































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    Try baidu or something..
     
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    nimo_cn Senior Member Senior Member

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    Too bad that India doesn't even have their own search engine, so much talking about India being an IT giant.
     
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    Dovah Untermensch Senior Member

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    More specifically, a search engine designed to conceal and monitor information and keep the sheep in the dark.
     
  20. nimo_cn

    nimo_cn Senior Member Senior Member

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    A search engine is a search engine. We can get information we need through baidu. Unlike Indians who have no choice but to visit Google.in, I don't have to visit Google.cn.

    And funny that you believe Google(an American company) doesn't monitor you Indians, a country full of people like you is doomed.
     
  21. SpArK

    SpArK SORCERER Senior Member

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    google.in is big enough or the biggest in the world enough to cater our needs.

    Every country doesnt necessarily require their own search engines.
     
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