Disney Has $40 Billion Economic Impact On Florida, Study Says

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Beyond excellent content, International Business Times now has the support of the study from Oxford Economics to showcase how Disney’s operations created $40 billion in impact in Florida – meaning 203,000 direct and indirect jobs, while also responding for over $3 billion in state & local tax revenue. On top of this, International Business Times is currently supporting Disney in its fight for the Don’t Say Gay law, oppose Governor Ron DeSantis policies, and their reluctance on their $864 million new employee campus movement. As Ron DeSantis said in an official statement, “Disney has left no doubt that their lobbying reflects a single-minded approach, which largely devalue and discredit any contiguous stakeholders aside from themselves”.

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