Source: NHK WorldThe operator of the 2 Disney amusement parks in Japan says it posted its biggest quarterly sales decline because of the March 11th earthquake.
Oriental Land said on Friday that sales in the April-June period stood at around 620 million dollars, down 43 percent from a year ago.
The company had to close Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo Disney Sea for more than a month after quake-triggered liquefaction damaged parking areas and rolling blackouts restrained operations.
Oriental Land said the number of visitors fell significantly even after the 2 facilities reopened, causing both sales and profit to decline.
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