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The European Commission has adopted new regulations banning unauthorised exports of covid-19 vaccines to many countries outside the European Union. In this brief note, Eduardo Nogueira Pinto and Filipe Brito Bastos, of the Health, Life Sciences and Pharmaceutical Working Group, examine the procedure for issuing export authorisation.

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Tender for nine onshore petroleum concessions in Angola

The National Agency for Petroleum Gas and Biofuel (ANPG) announced on 31 December 2020 the tender for the concession of 9 onshore blocks in Angola. The tender comprises Blocks CON1, CON5 and CON6, of the Lower Congo Basin and Blocks KON5, KON6, KON8, KON9, KON17 and KON20, of the Kwanza Basin. https://www.plmj.com/en/knowledge/informative-notes/Tender-for-nine-onshore-petroleum-concessions-in-Angola/31187/

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