World Business Report

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

India's had 266,000 fatalities so far and the figure is still rising
Russia orders checks on facilities built on permafrost after a fuel spill in the Arctic.
Protests demanding an end to inequality and police brutality gather momentum
Coronavirus is claiming the life of one Brazilian every minute.
Drug company AstraZeneca is to start producing a potential vaccine for coronavirus
However, the economy is re-opening.
HSBC and Standard Chartered back China’s new security laws for Hong Kong
The order applies to four airlines, including Air China and Hainan Airlines, from 16 June
Balancing tourism with coronavirus
The Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford postpones its events and performances.
Will coronavirus prove to be an existential threat to accommodation platform Airbnb?
As riots continue in major US cities, how have America's biggest companies reacted?
Bangladesh garment sector aims for recovery
Protests have continued in cities across the US in response to the death of George Floyd.
We hear why Twitter has hidden one of President Trump’s tweets from his timeline.
The effects of hotel disruptor site Airbnb on the capital city of Edinburgh.
The development of aviation in Africa faces barriers like high taxes and mismanagement.
We look at the global board games industry, estimated to be worth $12bn by 2023.
Susan Schmidt of Aviva Investors in Chicago on the day's trading.
Although more firms offer paternity leave for dads, why don't many take it up?