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Weekly Roundup – Disney Shanghai Edition

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I just ran across an interesting article about Disney receiving the go-ahead from China’s central government to build a new theme park in Shanghai. Current estimates are that the new park will cost close to $4B and will open in five to six years. I can only imagine how thrilled Disney is at being given access to such a huge market.

And now… Eight recent articles that caught my eye…

That’s it for now. Have a great week.

Published on November 3rd, 2009
Modified on November 4th, 2009 - One Comment
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One Response to “Weekly Roundup – Disney Shanghai Edition”

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    Matt Jabs Says:


    Global wealth distribution is really starting to show now. Whenever all the manufacturing jobs of a nation are exported to another nation, that nations wealth is exported with them. This trend will only increase as we continue to halt America’s manufacturing prowess of old.

    China has growing prosperity while America has growing bankruptcy and home foreclosure.

    Their middle class grows, our middle class shrinks.

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