World Business Report

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The latest business and finance news from around the world from the BBC

São Tomé and Príncipe, in the Gulf of Guinea in Central Africa, wants the world to act
Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron will face-off in two weeks time.
Can the new leader tackle the economic issues that led to Imran Khan's departure?
Macron is likely to face off with Marine Le Pen for the French presidency in two weeks.
Macron is likely to face off with Marine Le Pen for the French presidency in two weeks.
Roger Ng was found guilty by a court in the US
The first round of voting for the next president is on Sunday.
Russia's currency is trading at levels not seen the invasion of Ukraine
The new list includes measures against Putin's daughters.
China's financial capital quarantines its 26 million residents
The latest measures would include a ban on coal imports.
The latest measures would include a ban on coal imports
The IPCC report calls for changes to how we travel, eat and heat our homes.
Protests continue over the government's handling of the worst economic crisis in decades.
Protests continue over the government's handling of the worst economic crisis in decades.
US unemployment now stands at 3.6%
Russia's foreign minister has been holding meetings in Delhi with his Indian counterpart
Covid measures in Shanghai create knock-on problems for shipping
Amid a worsening humanitarian crisis, the UN is seeking $4.4bn in aid for Afghanistan
U.S. President Biden could invoke a Cold War-era law to encourage domestic mining