This story is honestly depressing, and I love that they call Toy Storyland three small fairground-style attractions. LOL
The Paris-based theme park operator Euro Disney is in talks with lenders about increasing its investment budget to make improvements before its 20th anniversary a year from now.
But the business, which runs the Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney Studio theme parks, is struggling with a massive debt mountain and poor visitor numbers that could undermine its fundraising move.
To make matters worse, Euro Disney is also under investigation by France's stock market watchdog after the price of its shares doubled to €9.05 (Ģ7.95) over a 10-day period in February.
A total of 50.2% of Euro Disney's shares are publicly traded on Paris's Euronext exchange and the spike left analysts scratching their heads. As a result, celebrations for its 19th birthday on Tuesday are on ice.
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