Disney Is Opting Out of ‘Divisive’ Tax Deals for Its California Theme Parks

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Visitors are shown at Disneyland in Anaheim, California. Walt Disney Co. asked the city to let it out of agreements that would have given the company hundreds of millions in tax subsidies. George Frey / Bloomberg

Skift Take: Is Disney just looking to ease an "adversarial climate" in Anaheim, home to Disneyland Resort? Or is the prospect of avoiding a potential mandatory $18 minimum wage a factor in the company's request to get out of tax subsidy deals?

— Hannah Sampson

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Source: Travel News