Trump `Always Changes His Mind' Say Exporters Wary of Trade Deal

The terminology isn’t important, according to Jacob Parker, vice president of China operations with the US-China Business Council. “From the business community’s perspective, it doesn’t matter if it’s called an MOU, if it’s called a trade agreement, if it’s called Sunday brunch,” he said in a Bloomberg Television interview. “What the US business community wants to see happen is see the tariffs removed.”