Trump’s two golf resorts in Scotland have applied for more than US$4 million in funding from the UK’s policies to support difficult businesses during Covid-19.
British media reported this week that the company manages two golf resorts owned by the former president of the United States. Donald Trump In Ayrshire and Aberdeen, Scotland, due to difficulties during the Covid-19 period, they have applied for 2.8 million pounds (more than 3.7 million US dollars) support from the British government, which led to 273 layoffs last year.
This year, as the British government continues to maintain corporate subsidies to keep workers at work, the two Trump golf courses continue to apply for 520,000 to 1.3 million pounds (700,000 to 1.7 million U.S. dollars) for support.
The applications for support of the golf course all stated that the British government’s decision to blockade and the requirement for long-term closure of companies in 2020 and 2021 have had a significant impact on business operations.
In total, Trump’s two golf resorts in Scotland have asked the British government to support approximately US$44-5.5 million within two years. Forbes On December 27, it was reported that these resorts subsequently received US$4 million in support.
Representatives of the Trump Organization and Trump Turnberry in Ayrshire and Trump International Scotland in Aberdeen did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Trump opened the Trump International Scottish Golf Resort in Aberdeen in 2012 and purchased Trump Turnberry in Ayrshire in 2014. After taking office as president. America In 2017, Trump handed over the management of these two golf courses to his son Donald Trump Jr. And Eric Trump.
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