Trump's name restored at Dubai golf complex

View shows the signboard after putting again the Trump International Golf Club portion, which was removed on Thursday, at the AKOYA by DAMAC development in DubaiA Dubai real estate firm has restored Donald Trump’s name on a $6 billion golf complex it is building with the U.S. businessman and presidential hopeful, days after taking it down following his proposal to ban Muslims from entering the United States. Gold letters spelling out “Trump International Golf Club,” affixed to a landscaped stone wall at the entrance to the golf complex being built by DAMAC Properties, were removed on Thursday, according to a Reuters photographer. Trump’s comments provoked a backlash in the Gulf, where he has said he would like to expand business, and one of the region’s biggest retail groups, Landmark, said it was pulling Trump merchandise off its shelves.

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