Posted Tuesday, September 14, 2010 10:57 AM | Contributed by Rick_UK
In the latest deal with the French government, the extension of the deadline by which Euro Disney would have to develop the land from 2017 (under the previous deal signed on March 24,1987) to 2030, has provided the time needed to construct a third theme park. The French government originally gave consent for Disneyland Paris to be built on the condition that Disney would only buy pockets of land in stages once previous plots have been developed. It was France's first regional development public-private partnership.
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