Comparison of Naval Acquisition Efficiency Between the United States and China
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The People's Republic of China has emerged as the most significant long-term strategic competitor to the United States on the world stage. To accomplish this, China has made substantial investments in modern naval systems. In order to understand how successful China has been in this effort, an understanding of its acquisition system is required. Currently, there is not a standard method for comparing the efficiency of acquisition systems between the United States and other nations.
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