Something I haven't seen discussed here and that hasn't been given much room in the news - Russia's UAC have published their 2012 production and delivery numbers.
The target was a modest 36 deliveries, but they only achieved "about twenty" (adding up the published numbers, you get to 19 deliveries in 2012).
Here's the production and delivery breakdown:
Il-96 - 1 produced/1 delivered (government use)
An-148 - ?/3
Tu-204 - 0/2 (government use)
Tu-214 - 1/1 (government use)
An-140 - 3/2 (Ministry of Defense)
Tu-154 - ?/2 (Ministry of Defense)
Superjet - 12/8
Total - ~20/19
Even the two tiny glimmers of hope in this, the An-148 and the Superjet (the two types that aren't built exclusively for government use) fall way short of their targets (An-148 delivery target was 9, Superjet target was 24) and also short of sustainable production numbers, especially considering how many plants UAC operates to produce this few planes.