A record number of visitors helped Hong Kong's Disneyland to finally turn a profit — the first time since it opened in 2005.
The theme park made about $14 million in the fiscal year ending September 29, 2012, compared with a net loss of $30.5 million the year before, The South China Morning Post reported.
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Business at the park, which is 52 percent-owned by the Hong Kong government and 48 percent-owned by Walt Disney Company, was lifted in part due to a 13 percent increase in visitor numbers to a record 6.73 million.
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