I was reading this question on Quora, when I reached the last answer:
I visited the Tbilisi Aircraft factory at the end of the Cold War and was astonished to see that MIG fighter fuselages were being built with American Cincinnati machinery. I now know that they also had built-under-licence Rolls-Royce 'Nene' engines.
The claims presented are:
- American Cincinanti machinery was used to build MIG fuselages (in Tbilisi)
- British Nene engines were built under licence
Did the two most prominent members of NATO supply / license machinery to the Soviet Union, and if so, how long before the Cold War did it happen?