Based on the financial disclosure report he filed last year, Trump appears to own or control more than 500 businesses in some two-dozen countries around the world.
But his holdings remain largely shrouded in secrecy, in part because the President-elect defied long-held precedent by declining to release his tax returns to the public.
Opened in 2012, the property is owned by Talon International, a real-estate development firm owned by a Russian-born Canadian national.
The firm paid the Trump Organization to license the brand and manage the building, which was placed into receivership in November after Talon failed to make debt payments.
Trump also has a licensing and management deal to operate a hotel-condo tower in Vancouver.
In January, the Trump Organization announced it had abandoned plans to pursue the project. Azerbaijan In December, the Trump Organization scrapped a business deal to license the President-elect’s brand for a hotel in Baku.Meanwhile, Trump has significant Chinese business ties stateside: the biggest tenant in New York’s Trump Tower has been the Industrial & Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), a state-owned bank whose lease is set to expire in 2019.According to ethics watchdogs, the renewal negotiations could place Trump—who pledged during his campaign to impose tariffs on Chinese imports and label the nation a currency manipulator—in violation of the so-called “emoluments” clause in the Constitution, which prohibits accepting gifts or payments from foreign governments. Egypt Trump has positions in two companies that may be related to business in Egypt: Trump Marks Egypt and Trump Marks Egypt LLC.After Trump’s victory in November, the project’s Georgian developer told a reporter that the plans were back on.Yet in December, Garten said that the Trump Organization was taking steps to extricate itself from the project.Trump International Hotel and Tower Vancouver put off a planned 2016 opening until at least early 2017. China Trump has wanted to bring his brand to the Middle Kingdom for years.