SHANGHAI, June 15 (Reuters) - China stocks ended lower on Tuesday, as tensions between Beijing and the West soured investor sentiment after G7 leaders took the Asian nation to task over a range of issues, which China called a gross interference in the country’s internal affairs.
** The blue-chip CSI300 index ended 1.1% lower at 5,166.56, while the Shanghai Composite Index slipped 0.9% to 3,556.56.
** NATO leaders warned on Monday that China presents “systemic challenges,” taking a forceful stance towards Beijing in a communique at U.S. President Joe Biden’s first summit with an alliance that former president Donald Trump openly disparaged.
** Among the worst performing sectors, the CSI300 Real Estate Index and the CSI A-share resource industries slumped 2.5% and 2.6%, respectively.
** Shares of developers retreated after state media warned speculators that China’s housing prices would inevitably enter a cycle of slow growth.
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