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Cityneon set to roar with Jurassic World acquisition, says CIMB

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PC Lee8/31/2017 11:02 AM GMT+08  • 3 min read
Cityneon set to roar with Jurassic World acquisition, says CIMB
SINGAPORE (Aug 31): CIMB is maintaining its “add” on Cityneon with target price of $1.27 after the group announced the acquisition of JP Exhibition which holds global rights to the Jurassic World travelling exhibition.
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SINGAPORE (Aug 31): CIMB is maintaining its “add” on Cityneon with target price of $1.27 after the group announced the acquisition of JP Exhibition which holds global rights to the Jurassic World travelling exhibition.

In 2016, Jurassic World: The Exhibition made a six-month stay at the Melbourne Museum, welcoming over 430,000 visitors at an average ticket price of US$25. It was the museum's most popular attraction since 2011’s Tutankhamun show, according to the local Australian newspapers.

This travelling exhibition made its next stop in Philadelphia, recording total visitorship of more than 400,000 people at an average ticket price of US$35 at the Franklin Institute. The temporary set has since relocated to the Field Museum in Chicago, and will be there till Jan 2018.

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