It means that we are the true developed countries and the rest is not.
You mean it's only viable for large, developed manufacturing countries to set up this industry. If you're in a small country where this isn't already developed, why invest in the development and manufacturing costs when you can just buy them from a company that's already got a preddy guud product?
>Airplane engines? No one else?
I working for united technologies industry, they have 3 giant factories in Poland, and we producing turbojet engines to fighter planes and inteligent rockets.
we make some for civil and military planes, as well as some shit for Ariane
however there's some kind of partnership with general motors iirc
>The manufacturing industry for steam turbines is dominated by Chinese power equipment makers. Harbin Electric, Shanghai Electric, and Dongfang Electrice top
Still not OP was talking about
*Germany meant to be in there as well, it suddenly posted
Size doesn't really mean much when it comes to how developed states are.. Russia is huge, and it's a shit. China has the largest population in the world, and they still barely develop anything of their own. The US is big and developed, but they keep outsourcing jobs...
>implying british engineering didn't won WW2 and destroyed the eternal aryan forever.
The King size turbines for big electric plants are only manufactured by three companies in USA,JP and Germany. Off course marine steamturbines and small steamturbines are manufactured everywhere.
Russia would never built a nuclear sub with a NATO or JP steamturbine.
Look at the size of it. It's not an airplane engine. It's a steam turbine for ships and power plants.
OP is still wrong though. According to Wikipedia, China is #1 producer of steam turbines.
The manufacturing industry for steam turbines is dominated by Chinese power equipment makers. Harbin Electric, Shanghai Electric, and Dongfang Electric, the top three power equipment makers in China collectively hold a majority stake in the worldwide market share for steam turbines in 2009-10 according to Platts. Other manufacturers with minor market share include Bhel, Siemens, Alstom, GE, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, and Toshiba. The consulting firm Frost & Sullivan projects that manufacturing of steam turbines will become more consolidated by 2020 as Chinese power manufacturers win increasing business outside of China
>says his country is numba 1
>gets controlled by chinks.
Brazil does as well. Retarded Jap.
Alstom did. But the entreprise were dismantled. GE have bought the steamturbine division. EDF and France with Safran have bought the critical part aka steamturbine for nuclear powerplant and defense things.
>Brazil does as well. Retarded Jap.
Brazil Airplane too small .lel
Every country but Japan can't produce this. It means that rest are the true developed countries and Japan is not.
>Brazil's high-end aerial aparatus
Every country but Finland can't produce this.
It means that we are the true developed country and the rest is not.