Business of Sport: Company that sold Doonbeg resort to Trump had Euro 80.6m in liabilities

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Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
9th March, 2014

The company that owned Doonbeg Golf Club - the resort bought by American billionaire Donald Trump last month for a reported price of €15 million - had net liabilities before the sale of €80.6 million, and a shareholders' deficit of €71.9 million at the end of December 2012.

Its owners, South Sea Partners, a US fund, appointed receivers to the resort last January, and Trump bought it in February. The golf course reported a loss on...

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