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Shanghai Disneyland

Joe

aka TestTrack321
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Feb 15, 2012
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Pittsburgh, PA
Shanghai Disneyland....from Disney's 1st quarter (Oct. Nov. Dec. 2018)report ...drop in attendance plus increased costs.....interesting......perhaps the luster is wearing off, or the flattening of the Chinese economy is affecting attendance.
The overall Chinese economy has entered a recession, see Apple and Samsung for example. We're likely next this summer.
 

Orlandofan12

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May 25, 2018
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The overall Chinese economy has entered a recession, see Apple and Samsung for example. We're likely next this summer.
If we're being particular, the Chinese have been experiencing a slowdown in growth, not a retraction of GDP which is the definition of a recession.
 

Mad Dog

Premium Member
Jan 30, 2013
19,317
Pittsburgh area
This is starting to look like one of those Walking Dead TV/Movie series....only in real life.....China really needs to shut down all of those markets (the central government has outlawed them but the people, towns and markets pay no attention) selling any creature, to eat, that walks or crawls or flies. These weird pathogens keep popping up from people eating that diseased unregulated dirty disgusting stuff.
 

Disneyhead

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Jul 24, 2008
11,000
Orlando, FL
They really need to 'permanently' shut down the live wildlife and exotic meat markets . This is the second time it's bit them in the a _ _. When will they learn?
They do. But it's not really possible. The Chinese Gov't isn't interested in developing the infrastructure nationwide that would sustain a controlled food supply chain.
 
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Andysol

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Jun 21, 2016
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I’d like to know if this opening is more from China’s pushing or Disney’s. I’d guess China.

Contrast that with HK, who has contained the virus in remarkable fashion; is it HK government or Disney pushing not opening there?

And obviously Shanghai is profitable whereas HK isn’t, so that’s another underlying issue.