Donald Trump’s Aberdeenshire golf resort has constructed losses for the seventh consecutive year, according to the latest published accounts.
Documents lodged with Companies House indicate the Trump International Golf Club made an annual loss of PS1. 07 m in 2018.
It is a slight improvement on the previous year when loss stood at PS1. 25 m.
The golf resort at the Menie Estate opened in 2012, but since then it has continued to make a loss.
The accounts, which were first reported by The Scotsman, also give details of a PS40m interest-free loan from Mr Trump.
And they reveal that 77 people were employed by the business – down from 84 in 2017.
Mr Trump promised to expend PS1bn and make 6,000 undertakings developing the golf course.
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