Even in China they'll take a maximum of one week for the celebrations. The holiday will start on Thursday to allow travelling home for the reunion dinner that night and they'll be working again by Thursday of the following week at the latest.
As for the venue, it may a pointer, doubt it's significant.
If no deal this week I would guess nothing next week either at a minimum.
Of course when there is a deal there is no guarantee anyone will bother to tell us anyway, they might have reached one last week for all we know, the lack of an announcement means absolutely nothing in BMR
Chinese New Year starts on 31/1/2014 this year, but I read it lasts up to 23 days (maybe this is only in China itself?) Will that mean no talks with Hunan until it is over, or have we already begun negotiations hoping to get a deal in place before then, I wonder? If so, would they be in London or China, and would the venue necessarily be a significant pointer as to who has the upper hand here? Views welcome.
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