Posted Monday, October 13, 2014 8:38 AM | Contributed by Jeff
After 13 years of negotiations and planning, Universal Parks & Resorts said Monday it would open a $3.3 billion, 300-acre theme park in Beijing. The company and its Chinese partners did not set an opening date, but state-run media said the complex would debut in 2019.
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