Six Flags announces deal for theme parks in China
Written by Robert Niles
Six Flags this morning announced a deal to partner on "multiple" theme parks to be built in China over the next decade.Tweet
The deal is with Chinese real estate developer Riverside Investment Group. Six Flags' press release describes Riverside as "an investor, constructor and operator of middle and high-end communities, participating in the whole industrial chain from planning and design to construction, business attraction and operation."
No word on the number or location of the planned Six Flags-branded parks, nor any estimated dates for completion. This is the second announcement this year of an expansion of the Six Flags brand outside its North America home, following a revival this spring of plans for a Six Flags-branded park in the United Arab Emirates.
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