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December 18, 2001
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Israel and China failed to resolve a dispute over Israel’s cancellation of an airborne radar system. In a first round of talks aimed at resolving the dispute, China sought $2 million in damages because of the cancellation, according to the Jerusalem Post. Under pressure from the United States last year, Israel canceled a $250 million sale of the early-warning radar system known as Phalcon.

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