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MOSCOW, September 11. /ITAR-TASS/. Facing Western sanctions, Russia will order electronic equipment and components for its space industry in Southeast Asia, United Rocket and Space Corporation Director-General Igor Komarov said on Thursday.
“We will develop contacts with China, South Korea, India, Singapore, and other countries that want to have opportunities and competences in these areas, many of which, including machine-tool building, are developing quite rapidly,” he said.
Komarov said the ban on the supply of electronic components to Russia would be painful and the corporation would have to find a less costly solution. “One must understand that the electronics sanctions will change the landscape of international division of labor dramatically,” he said.