Hello IL96M! I'm glad to see your topic!
The point you rose is very interesting! After discussing about the industries, I would put a topic here talking about the products themselves! But, you took the lead...
I think that the Latin American (especially Bolivia, Peru, Ecuator, Nicaragua, Honduras), the African (countries such Mauritaine, Guinée, Togo, Benin, Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger, Chad, Sudan, Gabon, Uganda, Zambia, Malawi, Botswana, etc) and the Asian (places such Iran - I've already told you about the Iranian order for 80 An-140 -, Afeganistan, Pakistan - well, let's see what to wait after the militar coup -, India, Bangladesh, Myammar, Laos, Cambodia, China, North Korea, Mongolia, plus the CIS states) markets are those most likely to receive the new CIS-made products.
The planes made in CIS countries are very cheap and this factor is extremely important on those regions I've citted. Planes such An-140, Tu-334, Tu-214 would offer very important possibilities at a rational and accessive price. many airlines can't pay for an A320/321 or B737/757, but could pay for a Tu-214 for instance. The same goes for a Dash-8 vs. An-140 debate!
About other markets, then things become a bit more complicated. I'd like to see some IL96s, Tu-214,... flying in the European (EU), Japanese, South Korean, Singaporian, Thai, Australian, Canadian and USAmerican skies, but it seems very very improbable to me! The same goes for Western Europe (Poland, Hungary, Czech,...). It seems they are going to eastern products (Airbus, Boeing, Embraer, etc).
About the quality of them, FLY777UAL, I suggest you to take a look at the topic "Perspectives for CIS air industries" (first and second editions). You will see that the old fame the Russian planes had is something of the past, according to especialists!
TP343, São Paulo, Brazil.