Hong Kong Disney turns profit for 1st time
HONG KONG — Disneyland in the southern Chinese city of Hong Kong has turned a profit for the first time since it opened in 2005, as new attractions helped push visitor numbers to a record, theme park officials said Monday.
The park earned $14 million Hong Kong in the year that ended Sept. 29 and its revenue jumped 18 percent to $550 million. The park drew 6.73 million visitors, 13 percent more than the previous year, with guests spending 6 percent more than a year earlier.
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