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The theme park is now operating at a loss.
It’s not just a question of staff and customers being short of cash, it’s also a question about the company and its future.
While the theme park, with an annual revenue of $5 billion, is expected to be able to survive this year and into next, the company’s future is also in question.
The theme park has lost about $10 million over the last few months as guests have been coming back from the festival, which includes a three-day fireworks show and an art exhibit called “Tropic of Cancer”.
It is a significant drop in revenue, especially for a company whose value has been growing steadily.
“We’re in the early stages of restructuring the business to allow us to better focus on our core business,” said David O’Connor, chief financial officer for Disney Parks and Resorts.
“I think it’s important to note that we still have about $8 billion in cash.”
The theme parks have always been about creating a safe, comfortable environment for guests.
We’ve always been focused on building a great experience for guests and we’re committed to that.
“But with the economic downturn, we’re also in the midst of a transition, a new business model that requires us to look at our business more carefully and make adjustments to the way we operate.”
The theme of the year at Epcot has been “The Princess and the Frog” and this year’s fireworks show has been moved to a different show from last year’s “Trophic of Cancer.”
The company also has been forced to cut back on the number of fireworks displays and the number that can be installed at the park.
The company also says that they will be cutting back on ticket prices by 10 per cent next year.
Disney said that its “main operating expense” is about $1.8 billion, with the rest coming from its operations at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Epcot and Disneyland.
This year’s revenue fell to $4.1 billion from $5.9 billion last year.
“We anticipate that we will be operating under very difficult conditions and that we may have to take some measures to ensure that we are not losing too much money to our theme parks,” O’Brien said.