Mike E wrote:Like I said, they will both make them and receive them. This prevents over-production and means that proven components will be used. It also allows the Russian manufactures to spend more time and money on other projects rather than forcing them to expand. It is a none-problem.sepheronx wrote:Meh, i rather they make it themselves. They could try after all since it seems Russian tech companies are willing (mikran, elvees, mcst, etc).
That being said, I see where you're coming from... Maybe sometime in the near-future, production and the components will be "all-Russian".
Well, the number 1 big thing is keeping competition as you would say. So importing from China, S.Korea and Taiwan is fine by me as well. As long as they try to produce themselves as well.