Posted Monday, May 7, 2012 9:34 AM | Contributed by Jeff
The Euro Disney theme park near Paris reported a 22-percent increase in its net loss for the first half of its financial year on Monday and warned it might have to take cost-cutting action. Euro Disney, the biggest amusement park in Europe and celebrating its 20th anniversary, reported a net loss of 100.8 million euros ($130.6 million), an increase of 21 million euros from the loss for the first half 12 months ago. The company reported an increase in an operating loss of 38.0 percent to 84.7 million euros, and an 8.0-percent fall in sales to 552.4 million euros.
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Its been there for 20 years?! Wow am I getting old.
And has it ever made money?
Acording to Wiki, they turned a profit in at least 1995 and 2002. :-)
Hooray! Two out of 20 ain't bad!
^That's not what Meat Loaf said! ;~)
And the kids say, "Meatloaf can talk?"
Lets hope Hollande can help them :/
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