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What’s at stake as Shanghai Disney brings the magic to mainland China
The Walt Disney Company’s newest “happiest place” opened Thursday in Shanghai, a USD5.5 billion project that’s been in the works for nearly 20 years.
Shanghai Disney to reshape Shanghai civil aviation market
Shanghai Disney Resort, the first on the Chinese mainland, is expected to bring three to four million more air travelers to Shanghai each year and reshape the city's civil aviation market.
World’s biggest Disney theme park opens in Shanghai
Shanghai Disney Resort opens today, becoming the first Disney theme park in mainland China and the company’s largest global resort.
Disney bounce expected for Shanghai aviation, tourism, catering stocks
Market watchers are expecting a rally in airport- and airline-related stocks in the run-up to the much-anticipated opening of Shanghai Disneyland later this week.
China's top 20 travel groups collectively rake in record income
The collective income of China’s top 20 tourism groups this year is 40% higher than last year. The rapid growth is said to be a result of capital-driven mergers and online-offline consolidations.
Hong Kong Disneyland rebounds despite Shanghai park's opening
Hong Kong Disneyland bounced back in the third quarter despite recent losses and Shanghai Disney Resort's opening.
Disney sparks theme-park battle to entertain China's middle class
With already 300 theme parks in China, including some ranked among the world’s worst, competition to amuse the nation’s growing middle class is set to intensify.
Disney faces a noisy competitor as Shanghai park prepares to open
Competition between China’s Wanda Group and Global theme park Disney is heating up.
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