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DLP 71.9 Million Net Loss Due To Falling Attendance

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  • News DLP 71.9 Million Net Loss Due To Falling Attendance

    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?p...d=a9KQR1wUS1Yo


    Internal park figures show that visitor numbers from Spain and the United Kingdom are seriously down. According to EuroDisney SCA reports, an equally serious profit loss is the result of the downturn.

    "The net loss in the six months ended March 31 was 71.9 million euros ($94 million), up from 37.5 million euros a year earlier, the company, based east of Paris, said in a statement today. Sales fell 7.3 percent to 558.8 million euros."

    Apparently, the poor economy is hurting DLP right at a time when it is making major strides to get back on it's feet. Let's hope the economy improves soon. Hope some of the rumored major attraction additions occure at the two Paris parks over the course of the next few years as well.
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    Last edited by Zarniwoop; 04-30-2009, 05:04 AM.
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