Posted Friday, February 16, 2007 9:54 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Walt Disney Co.'s Hong Kong theme park, majority-owned by the city's government, is facing calls from lawmakers to improve performance, including avoiding a repeat of last year's Lunar New Year ticketing mix-up. Since opening in September 2005, Hong Kong Disneyland has suffered from lower-than-forecast attendance and revenue, which may force it to refinance a bank loan. For this year's Lunar New Year holidays, to start Feb. 18, it wants to avoid last year's chaos when it was forced to turn away hundreds of customers.
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