David Greene talks to William Zarit of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Beijing, about what the pause in the trade war means to Americans doing business in China.

William Zarit: …what I do see, you know, the Chinese – the party and the government – basically, they control the economy, most of the Internet, media, security. And they can pretty much, in 90 days, do what they need to do – perhaps, do just enough – to keep the U.S. administration at bay. And then I think they’ll probably continue to extend, and the Chinese will respond.