Chinese companies and European companies jointly bid for the Argentine military radar
Global Times special correspondent Li Qiuheng reported, according to Agence France-Presse reported, including two Chinese companies, including four companies participated in the tender Argentine military radar systems.
reported that the Argentine Ministry of Defense said Monday that four companies submitted to the Argentine military sale of long-range 3D radar system tender material. Reported that four companies are from China Light and Power Technology International Trade Co., Ltd. (CETC International), China’s electronics industry engineering company (CEIC), the United States and the Franco-American joint venture company Traktel Thales Raytheon Systems. Reported that four companies want to sell to Argentina four mobile long-range radar systems.
reported, 3D allows the user to monitor the radar and aircraft from the flight path and altitude. Argentina’s Ministry of Defense in December 2006 to permit the Air Force, this international tender.
Argentina’s Defense Ministry said in a statement, the establishment of 3D radar system is designed to “optimize the airspace control”, and “illegal information.”