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Europe

Britain to sell China military radar equipment, technology 
“Unlike previous deals involving British arms sales to China, which were capped by amount and value, under the new agreement the supplier can ‘export an unlimited quantity of goods,’ including equipment, components, software and technology for military radar systems, the department said.”
[South China Morning Post]

EFTA, Indonesia to conclude FTA by year end
“Thanks to the agreement, practically all customs duties on Swiss exports to Indonesia are to be abolished in the medium term. Indonesia’s palm oil exports, that were the subject of recent discussions and debate, will benefit.”
[Swissinfo]

EU scraps duty on most biodiesel from Argentina, Indonesia 
“Under EU law, importers can also claim back duties paid in the past.”
[Reuters]

Brexit deal by 21 November possible
[Reuters]

Middle East

Israel eases arms export rules
“Israeli defense companies will henceforth be allowed to negotiate with almost any country in the world for a possible sale of weapons systems defined as unclassified without obtaining special licenses in advance from the Israeli Defense Export Control Agency (DECA).”
[Globes]

Africa

Nigeria in no hurry to sign African FTA
[News Agency of Nigeria]