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In the past, it was novel for China to export Huawei telecom equipment. That was during the late 1980s and the 1990s.

Next, we saw DJI drones conquer the worldwide consumer market. DJI incorporated advanced sensors into their drones and they are clearly the most advanced consumer drones on the planet.

China's DFH-4 communications satellite has gained wide acceptance among developing nations (e.g. Pakistan, Nigeria, Bolivia, etc.).

Today, it is becoming common-place for Chinese subway train cars to be exported all over the world (such as the United States, New Zealand, Australia, etc.). [See news citation below]

In the future, China's Hualong One nuclear reactor will probably become widely accepted all over the world.

China exported submarines to Pakistan and Thailand. It should become common-place for China to export submarines to more countries.

The trend is absolutely astonishing. There seems to be no end to Chinese high-tech exports. Advanced and expensive Chinese technological products are gaining wider acceptance. China keeps staking out another export industry.
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Are you guys giving subs to Pak at concessional rates? Like buy two and get one free?
 

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Are you guys giving subs to Pak at concessional rates? Like buy two and get one free?
I think it's FRIENDSHIP prices. The margins are pretty thin and the interest rate is probably 2% or less.

China offers FRIENDSHIP prices on satellites and other big-ticket items to poorer countries.
 

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