Russia's Iron Curtain Descends on U.S. Tech Firms
The Russian parliament is likely to limit purchases of Western computer hardware and software by public companies and government agencies -- a response to Western sanctions that would cost billions to the likes of Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard and IBM. Russia surely can do without the big brand products. The question is why so much Western technology was bought in the first place.
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