World Business Report

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

International Monetary Fund will block the Taliban from accessing reserve funds
We examine Zambia's economic challenges ahead of president-elect Hichilema's inauguration
Taliban militants give their first press conference,try to reassure Afghans and the world
As Facebook blocks Taliban content we look at the role of social media in Afghanistan
Stocks in the US fell sharply when trading opened but slowly climbing back up again
Afghanistan is now effectively controlled by the Taliban, 20 years after they were ousted
Taliban fighters are taking over the capital Kabul, seize the presidential palace
We have a regular look at the US markets with Chris Low from FHN Financial.
Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong has been released from a South Korean prison and is on parole
The white population in the US has declined for the first time in history
China's five-year plan has already impacted the technology and education sectors
Lebanon's central bank will end fuel subsidies amid a spiralling financial crisis
Hackers steal $600 million in one of the largest crypto thefts ever, then return some
Hackers have stolen some $600m in one the largest cryptocurrency heists ever.
A global shortage of timber is causing challenges for the construction industry
Tobacco giant Philip Morris has raised its bid to buy respiratory drugmaker Vectura
French Health Pass at more public venues; wildfires wreak havoc on Greek island
The senate is slowly approaching passing the $1 trillion bill
The figures provide further evidence the economy is recovering from the pandemic
News network CNN has fired three unvaccinated employees for going to an office.