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Donald Trump’s South African (ad)Ventures

by Marquette Turner

in Design & Trends, News & Views, Real Estate Radar, Rich & Famous

Donald Trump recently stated that his real estate company will move into South Africa in a joint venture with local businessman Neill Bernstein. The two real estate honchos will work on a variety of properties, including golfing, hotel and residential developments. They have signed a 10 year agreement, and over the next couple of years plan to develop a myriad of new properties for sale.

Bernstein, owner of Devland Holdings, has indicated that there are a number of projects already in the works. He recently took Donald Trump Jr., the eldest son of Trump and the man expected to lead the venture in South Africa, on a tour of potential projects and sites in South Africa.

The Trump Organization, which used to primarily focus its interests in the United States, has expanded overseas in recent years with new developments in Dubai, Panama, and Asia. Simon Turner

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Dubai Property October 27, 2008 at 5:22 pm

I think it will still be great if they are going to stay here or at least put a branch of their company in Dubai.. most investors go first to the targetted instead going to SouthAfrica and then buy a property in Dubai.. weid though..

Dubai Property October 27, 2008 at 5:22 pm

I think it will still be great if they are going to stay here or at least put a branch of their company in Dubai.. most investors go first to the targetted instead going to SouthAfrica and then buy a property in Dubai.. weid though..

Dubai Property October 27, 2008 at 5:22 pm

I think it will still be great if they are going to stay here or at least put a branch of their company in Dubai.. most investors go first to the targetted instead going to SouthAfrica and then buy a property in Dubai.. weid though..

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