Hong Kong Disneyland's Future Is in DangerBy
Pixie dust is in mighty short supply at Hong Kong Disneyland. The park, a joint venture between Walt Disney (DIS) and the Hong Kong government, was supposed to be Disney's foothold in the potentially lucrative China market but has steadily lost money since opening in September 2005. The Hong Kong version of the Magic Kingdom is the smallest of Disney's theme parks, and some visitors gripe that it's too small to entice them back for a second visit.
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