1. U. S. market position depends on two factors; the technological superiority of U. S. equipment, and the political value in establishing a defense relationship with the United States.
2. Chinese arms in the hands of traditional U. S. export partners may not be quite as dangerous as those in Chinese hands, but they have the potential to undercut a dominant U. S. market position.
3. Not the least of these is convincing Chinese tech firms that their technologies are safe in the hands of state-owned defense giants, a task that is probably even more difficult than getting U. S. tech firms to work with Lockheed Martin and Raytheon.
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