THE HONG KONG government is talking to Walt Disney about building a theme park in the city, it was confirmed yesterday, a move which could help drag the economy out of recession. Donald Tsang, Hong Kong's financial secretary, who announced details of the Disney talks in his annual budget speech, said a decision would be made by the end of June. Ending months of speculation about the project, Mr Tsang said: "I am fully aware of and indeed share the public's excitement at the prospect of seeing Mickey and his friends in Hong Kong."
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Disney may build in Hong Kong