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  中国人民解放军  
People's Liberation Army Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg
Flag of the People's Liberation Army
Founded 1 August 1927
Service branches Ground Force Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg ကြည်းတပ်
Naval Ensign of the People's Republic of China.svg ရေတပ်
Air Force Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg လေတပ်
China Emblem PLA.svg ဒုတိယ အမြောက်တပ်
Leadership
Commander-in-Chief ဟူကျင်ထောင်း (ဗဟိုစစ်ရေး ကော်မရှင် ဥက္ကဋ္ဌ)[၁]
Chief of staff Chen Bingde
Manpower
Military age 18–49 (compulsory de jure; voluntary de facto)
Conscription None
Available for
military service
654,229,201 males, age 16–49 (2009 est.),
429,058,000 females, age 16–49 (2009 est.)
Fit for
military service
472,294,719 males, age 16–49 (2009 est.),
350,991,416 females, age 16–49 (2009 est.)
Reaching military
age annually
11Million~ males (2009 est.),
10Million~ females (2009 est.)
Active personnel approximately 3,440,000[၂] (ranked 1st)
Reserve personnel 1,200,000[၂]
Deployed personnel Overseas: ~300 anti-pirate personel in Somalia [၂]
Paramilitary: approximately 4,100,000[၂]
Total: 7,540,000~ [၂] (ranked 3rd)
Expenditures
Budget $70 billion (2009) [၃] (ranked 2nd)
Percent of GDP 1.2% (2009 est.)
Industry
Domestic suppliers Defence companies of China[၄]
Foreign suppliers Russia, Israel[၅][၆], France, Germany
Annual imports  ?
Annual exports  ?
Related articles
History History of the PLA
Modernization of the PLA
Ranks Army
Navy
Air Force

ကိုးကား[ပြင်​ဆင်​ရန်​]

  1. Article 93 of the Constitution of the People's Republic of China places the authority to direct the armed forces of the PRC in the Central Military Commission. However, Article 80 gives the President of the People's Republic of China the power to proclaim martial law, proclaim a state of war, and issue mobilization orders. Since the mid-1990s, it has been standard practice to have the President, the CMC Chairman, and the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China be the same person although the differences in the start of terms means that there is some overlap between an occupant and his predecessor.
  2. ၂.၀ ၂.၁ ၂.၂ ၂.၃ ၂.၄ "China's Armed Forces, CSIS (Page 24)" (PDF), 25 July 2006. 
  3. http://milexdata.sipri.org/result.php4 The SIPRI Military Expenditure Database
  4. Source
  5. http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Middle_East/FL21Ak01.html
  6. http://www.nytimes.com/2005/02/24/world/europe/24iht-arms.html