Originally Posted by FlyingFrog
1. Bridges or Powerplants are heavily guarded they are strategic facilities, a couple of helicopters cannot seize those targets at all.
Im not saying there going to seize them unaided but if an army needs to cross a river it isnt going to blow up the bridges unless it can help it and if the helicopters are preceded byan airstrike that takes out the defences they should be able to seize it! (the advancing army does need to be close)
2. I agree those American and European heli manufactures have already established their tech and market, it will be very difficult to Koreans to occupy a large chuck of those market BUT don't forget how Korean car industry is winning fields in the world car market. First Japan did it, then S.Koreans, and I believe next is Chinese cars
Theres plenty of possible markets for them to expand into!
[/quote]Just FYI, China at this moment produces 4 million cars per year, it is already the 3th or 4th largets car producer in the world after USA, Japan or maybe Germany.
Well I know the quality is a problem, but it can be overcome given a bit more time.[/quote]
Every company has to start somewhere, quality will come!