The US decision “violated basic norms of international relations" and "harmed China ’s interests,” said a Chinese foreign ministry spokesman.
The two sides have not fired a bullet since 1975, but small-scale clashes have escalated in recent weeks.
Investors focused on the positives despite growing US-China tensions stalling recovery for equities in May, amid signs that many European economies are coming back to life.
Many countries in Europe have relaxed their restrictions and the Trump administration in the US has asked states to open their economies, but the threat of the coronavirus still looms over any social gathering.
"Aside from the devastation caused by the novel coronavirus, there is also a political virus spreading through the US," Foreign Minister Wang Yi said. "This political virus is the use of every opportunity to attack and smear China."
The department said those entities were "complicit in human rights violations and abuses committed in China’s campaign of repression, mass arbitrary detention, forced labor and high-technology surveillance against Uighurs" and others.
The train services suspended on March 28 due to coronavirus outbreak will resume in four routes with 16 services in a day, Transport and Infrastructure Minister Adil Karaismailoglu said in a statement.
The discussion by President Donald Trump's administration comes after some US officials reportedly claimed that Russia and China have been holding their own low-yield tests, which both the governments have denied.
The most controversial move at the National People's Congress opening was the introduction of a proposal to impose a security law in Hong Kong –– immediately denounced by critics who called it a death sentence for the territory's unique freedoms.
A previous attempt to adopt similar legislation in 2003 was met with a protest that drew around half a million people onto the streets and was eventually shelved.
Prime Minister Li Keqiang told the opening of the National People's Congress that Beijing will not set an economic growth target due to the "great uncertainty" caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The pullback extended the week's pattern of volatility after a big rally day Monday was followed by a pullback Tuesday and then more gains Wednesday.
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