Euro Disney narrows its losses

The financial crisis continues to hit Euro Disney hard, with revenues falling by one per cent and visitor numbers falling in the full year to the end of September. The Disneyland Paris operator posted a loss of €78m (£65.1m), an improvement on the €100.2m it lost last year, but attendance figures were at the lowest since 2007, at just 14.9m. The firm last turned a profit in 2008. Euro Disney said the decline in attendance was partially offset by growth in visitors from the UK and higher spending per guest.

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