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(From South China Morning Post)
Byline: Alex Lo
A successful Disney theme park in Hong Kong could threaten the territory's tourism industry, workforce and even its cultural identity, an author and leading US political scientist has warned.
Richard Foglesong - a visiting scholar at the University of Hong Kong and professor of politics at Rollins College, Florida - said it was likely that the SAR government would pay 90 per cent of the costs while collecting only 10 per cent of the profits from the venture.
Judging from its past business practice, he warned that Disney could end up importing low-wage earners from outside Hong Kong. Its hotel …