A glimpse of Hong Kong Disneyland. (File photo/China News Service)
(ECNS) -- Hong Kong Disneyland reported its operating income declined by $55 million during the fourth quarter of the financial year as social unrest affects tourism in the region.
Disney expects the park's income to fall by $80 million in the next quarter, from October to December, and if unrest continues it could see a $275 million decline for the year.
As a result, the company said it would significantly revise Hong Kong Disneyland projects.
Disney's Shanghai and Paris parks saw growth in the quarter, offsetting declines at Hong Kong Disneyland.