Chinese conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group will be spending nearly $15 billion on a theme park and more than a dozen malls in China’s Hunan province that will compete with Walt Disney Co.’s new $5.5 billion theme park in Shanghai, the Los Angeles Times reports. The company will spend more than $7 billion on a Wanda City theme park and another $7 billion on 15 shopping plazas.
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