The United States came under fire from China and the European Union on Monday, accused by both major trading partners of taking protectionist measures and bringing the World Trade Organization (WTO) to its knees.
European shares and U.S.
stocks futures traded in the red on Monday as concerns over
global growth that sent world equity markets to 17-month lows
last week failed to dissipate ahead of key policy decisions from
the United States and China.
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