US President-elect Donald Trump will soon take charge of the Oval Office amid controversies with regard to his international business dealings, which are likely to influence his administration’s key decisions on foreign policy.
The controversial business tycoon owns at least 144 individual companies with dealings in at least 25 countries in Asia, Europe, Africa, South America and North America, according to the CNN.
Trump's business interests range from management deals with golf courses in the UAE; branding agreements with real estate projects in India, as well as companies involved with beverage sales in Israel.
What Pakistan can expect with Trump in Oval Office
Although the upcoming president’s foreign business dealings have become a focal point of controversy in the US, he has refused to release his tax returns, making it almost impossible to realise the full extent of his international business ties.
Here's a list of countries with most business dealings with Trump’s companies:
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