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UAE signs free trade agreement with Indonesia after deals with India, Israel

The UAE has a similar deal in the works with a South American country next.
Dubai skyline

The United Arab Emirates has signed another trade agreement, this time with Indonesia. 

The UAE signed the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement with Indonesia on July 1. The deal removes a variety of tariffs on goods and services traded between the two countries. The UAE hopes to boost trade with the southeast Asian country to $10 billion annually within five years from the $3 billion traded in 2021, the official Emirates News Agency reported

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