(Reuters) – The US is making futures extended losses on Monday after China said it was planning to set import tariffs against US $ 60 billion.
Futures were weaker earlier after US officials demanded promises of concrete changes to Chinese law, and Beijing said it would not devour any "bitter fruit" that harmed its interests.
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