Spotlight: US business community yearns for end to US-China trade dispute

"The main thing that we hear from American companies is that they have a lot of uncertainty about where things are going in US-China relations," Erin Ennis, senior vice president of the US-China Business Council, told Xinhua recently. "That is not something that companies like." "Companies like to know what the price of their product is going to be, where their market is. They like those things long-term," she said, adding that a resolution of bilateral trade issues "in a substantive manner" will be of primary interest for US companies.