Disney, China seal deal for Shanghai Disneyland
Written by Robert Niles
A Chinese newspaper is reporting that the proposal for Shanghai Disneyland is now a done deal.Tweet
The park would open in 2014, at the earliest. No design details yet, but Disney will own 43 percent of the park, with the remainder held by the Shanghai government, through a holding company.
The park would be Disney's second in China (after Hong Kong Disneyland) and fourth theme park resort outside the United States.
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