Will coronavirus derail China's ability to fulfill Trump's trade deal?

"Depending on the sector, there may be some disruption in supply chains, especially in or near the epicenter of the epidemic," said Doug Barry, spokesman for the US-China Business Council. Barry noted that the Chinese government has ordered many companies, including manufacturing facilities, in the region to remain closed until Feb. 9. "If the closings extend beyond then, suppliers will be unable to fulfill orders," he said. "Companies have some inventory to draw on, but these reserves will run out in time."