World Business Report

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

The streaming service has benefited hugely from lockdown period as families stay in
China's decision to ban imports of waste plastic caused a problem for other Asian nations
Apple avoids an EU ruling over its tax bill in Ireland
The EU's second highest court says Apple will not have to pay a record sum in back taxes.
Virgin Atlantic has finalised a £1.2bn rescue deal with private backers
The UK's mobile providers have been told to remove Huawei kit from 5G networks by 2027.
The World Health Organisation reveals a fresh record rise in cases worldwide
South Africa has reintroduced some restrictions as coronavirus cases continue to rise.
In Hong Kong, 500,000 people have cast a 'protest' vote against the new security law
Financial markets have reacted to rising coronavirus cases in the US
We have an in-depth report examining how African American-owned assets can be undervalued
The US Supreme Court has ruled prosecutors can examine the president's financial records
UK phone companies warned of mobile blackouts if a possible ban on Huawei is rushed.
The Trump administration threatens to withhold funding for schools that don’t cooperate
We ask how German electronic payment firm Wirecard fell foul of a big accounting scandal.
A group of scientists warn airborne transmission of Coronavirus is being under-considered
Five million residents of Australia's Melbourne have to stay home as coronavirus surges.
Social media companies such as Twitter, Google and Telegram are "pausing" co- operation
The future of shipping July 6, 2020
Shipping has evolved a great deal over the years, so is the next move towards autonomy?
Constitutional reforms could see Russia's President remain in office until 2036