World Business Report

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

Record sales and revenue as Google's owner Alphabet beats expectations
As investors fret about China's crackdown on tech firms, share prices continue to fall
The world's biggest luxury brand made sales of $17 billion in the three months to June
Environment ministers met in London as flash floods sent parts of the city under water
Can we build a more efficient world economy for the post Covid-19 era?
Hong Kong media tycoon and pro-democracy supporter Jimmy Lai has been charged with fraud.
The travel rule was announced following a spike of new coronavirus cases in Spain
Investors are looking for a safe haven as US-China tensions continue
It includes a $2.5bn payout by Goldman and guarantee to return at least $1.4bn in assets
Jobless claims in the US rise as covid-19 continues to dent the economy
The beginning of the end for the Olympics?
The automaker has defied expectations and made profit for almost one year continuously
The collapse of the Mariana dam nearly five years ago has led to legal proceedings
India study shows 1 in 4 have Covid 19 - we get the latest from India's viral epicentre
EU leaders have struck a deal on a huge coronavirus recovery package after days of talks
Oxford University scientists announce progress in the hunt for a coronavirus vaccine.
Video-sharing app TikTok has denied that it is controlled by the Chinese government.
Restrictions are tightened in Hong Kong over coronavirus fears
Housing and retail have seen an uptick on the stock markets post-Covid
British Airways is retiring all of its Boeing 747s as it suffers from the travel downturn