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Tussauds sold in £1bn deal

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This brings together some of the biggest brand names in the global parks and attractions market, including Alton Towers, Chessington and the London Eye in the UK, the four Legoland …
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Strong forecast for India

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The figure was revealed by Finance Minister Shri P Chidambaram on February 27, presenting his annual economic survey.

He also predicted that agriculture, industry and services would all show …
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Wipeout for Pleasurewood

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The Wipeout will take riders through three inversions along 935ft of track and return back through the loops, at speeds approaching 50mph and experiencing over 5Gs of force.

The 116ft …
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Euro-wide safety standards backed

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The programme is similar to the one introduced in 2001 for IAAPA members in the US.

A statement from IAAPA said that: "As in the US, the European Ride Safety …
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Disney denies Bahrain plan

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The country’s Al Waqt newspaper reported Saudi billionaire Prince Al Waleed bin Talal  – the world’s eighth richest man, who owns a 10 per cent stake in Disneyland Paris operator …
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Mega-park plan for Florida

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Developers have proposed a project which includes about 45 rides and attractions, a waterpark, man-made lake, 15 hotels, 12,000-seat amphitheatre, restaurants and nightclubs.

The area is surrounded by wetlands, one …
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‘Digital Theme Park’ planned for South Korea

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The project, according to press reports emerging from the region, will feature interactive games, simulators and virtual reality games.

"We think that it is an ideal location for the project …
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Singapore turning canals into recreation waterways

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Part of the five-year project will involve the government constructing two islands in the middle of a reservoir in western Singapore.

The Public Utilities Board will also build an …
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Acquisitions hit Cedar Fair profits, but revenue soars

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Revenue for the year ended December 31, 2006, totalled US$831.4m, up 46.1 per cent on the $568.7m reported in the previous year.

Net income during 2006, however, slumped 45.6 …
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Jamaica reveals Columbus plans

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The St Ann’s Bay site will undergo a US$1m development later this year. Local craftsmen will sell artworks from kiosks inside the upgraded Seville Heritage Park.

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