Walt Disney Co.’s is opening a theme park in Shanghai in 2015, but Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Robert Iger said it won’t face the same troubles that have plagued Disneyland Paris, Bloomberg reports. The Shanghai park won’t have the debt overhang that hurt the Paris park, and will profit from a larger local population base and stronger economy, Iger said Thursday in an interview on Bloomberg Television.
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