Trump Plans to Invest in India’s Hotel Sector

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Trump New York

Recently, the Trumps broke ground on their talked-about Washington D.C. hotel (situated in the historic Old Post Office Pavilion). Across the world, Donald Trump just launched Trump Tower in Mumbai in partnership with India’s Lodha Group. (This luxury residential tower offers its residents indoor jacuzzis and concierge service.)

A recent article in Reuters highlights Trump’s planned investments in the Indian real estate and hotel sectors, “betting on Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led new government's efforts to revive the economic growth and boost infrastructure.” Trump hasn’t yet made an equity investment, but it’s only a matter of time before we hear about new hotels in the works for India.

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Trump Tower Mumbai

Currently, the Trump Hotel Collection is comprised of properties in major North American cities (New York, Chicago, Las Vegas, Waikiki, Toronto, Miami, Vancouver) plus Panama, Rio de Janeiro, and Ireland. According to Reuters, there are projects in the pipeline for South Korea, Turkey and Dubai.

Image of Trump Tower Mumbai via Dezeen; image of Trump Tower New York’s atrium via Wikipedia/Fletcher6

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