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Hong Kong Reports a Profit, if you don’t include a bunch of costs

The Disney company appears desperate to make their Hong Kong Disneyland Resort appear to be a good decision. They’re now reporting that the park would be profitable if they didn’t include taxes, loan interest, amortization, and depreciation. So basically, they’re still losing money. Great.

Hong Kong Disneyland is, hopefully, the last example of Disney deciding to open small and hope the crowds come to justify expansion. The Tokyo Disney Sea model has instead proven to be the winner. Build something that people just can’t stay away from and they won’t.

(via Marketwatch)