Accounts for the Trump International Golf Links & Hotel in Doonbeg, Co. Clare, have revealed that the venue's operating profit came to €2,939 last year while its revenues rose 7.5% to €11.47 million.
However, the resort company, TIGL Ireland Enterprises Ltd, experienced a pre-tax loss of €1.49 million last year as a result of non-cash depreciation and amortisation costs of €1.487 million, as reported by The Irish Times.
Shareholder Funds And Staff Statistics
Additionally, the company's shareholder funds amounted to €19.14 million at the end of last year and the number of people employed by the Trump International Golf Links & Hotel increased from 213 to 221, with staff costs rising 5.5% to €6.35 million.
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