I happened to be glancing at a pair of Salomon skis and was very surprised to see "Made in Austria" on the topsheet of this formerly very-French brand.
Salomon and Atomic are lately pretty much like Rossignol and Dynastar.... different graphics same skis. Well it's like that with race skis, but not completely true with recreational skis, yet it still holds to some extent. But thing is, skis are nowadays not made as they were 30 or 40 years ago. Certain factory, even if not is same group is making one line of skis, other factory is doing the other line, so it's not so uncommon that certain company, with no official link to let's say Elan, has skis "made in Slovenia" (and there's no other ski factory then Elan in Slovenia). With Atomic and Salomon (or Rossi/Dynastar) things are even more so, considering they are both in same group. Some skis (and boots) are made in Atomic in Austria (as Atomic and as Salomon) and some are made in Salomon in France (again, as Atomic and as Salomon).
As for Rossi and "made in Spain" goes, Rossignol has their own company there (until few years ago, Elan had it in Austria too for example), so it's a bit different. But realistically, in my mind it doesn't really matter if it's done in Austria, France, Spain or Slovenia. Quality is more or less same, and it's in range of ski you have not in range of country where it's made.