Trump’s allies push him to resist a quick China deal

Still, the group continues to hear from both governments that they are making substantive progress on the main structural concerns, such as industrial subsidies and forced technology transfers, said Erin Ennis, vice president at the US-China Business Council. “The details are incredibly important, both from a transparency perspective and from a desire to have whatever the final outcome be the best possible agreement,” Ennis said. “We would like to have as much information as far in advance as possible so that we can provide feedback.”