Stephanie Young, the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort managing director, attributed the improved financial performance to increased visitor numbers and a rise in revenue. Photo: Jonathan Wong Stephanie Young, the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort managing director, attributed the improved financial performance to increased visitor numbers and a rise in revenue. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Stephanie Young, the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort managing director, attributed the improved financial performance to increased visitor numbers and a rise in revenue. Photo: Jonathan Wong

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Hong Kong Disneyland Resort posts loss for fourth straight year – despite higher visitor numbers reducing deficit to HK$54 million

  • New managing director attributes performance to 8 per cent rise in attendance and 18 per cent rise in revenue
  • Theme park focused on making most of new transport links to mainland China

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Stephanie Young, the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort managing director, attributed the improved financial performance to increased visitor numbers and a rise in revenue. Photo: Jonathan Wong Stephanie Young, the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort managing director, attributed the improved financial performance to increased visitor numbers and a rise in revenue. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Stephanie Young, the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort managing director, attributed the improved financial performance to increased visitor numbers and a rise in revenue. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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