Abe’s G-20 show eclipsed by Trump-China trade talks, tweets

“I think that realistically that the two sides, there are substantive issues that remain to be resolved — subsidies, state owned enterprise, reform, industrial policy in China — that go to the core of China’s economic system,” said Jacob Parker, vice president of US-China Business Council China Operations. “These are not issues that are going to be resolved quickly or overnight. And I think we have to expect that both sides are going to have to compromise a little bit. They can’t let perfect be the enemy of good,” Parker said.