So far the Trump family has not commented. Mr. Kumar said the promise of meeting Donald Jr. in New York definitely helped move some of the million-dollar apartments — they sold 20 in the first day of sales earlier this month. “Indians, especially Delhiites, love to show off,” he said. “If someone has money and also wants a lifestyle to match it, what better than a Trump Tower?” he continued, his voice growing more excited.
It was pleasing to read Jeffrey Gettleman’s description of how, despite so many problems, “Somalia Rebounds” [NYR, December 7]. In my experience Somalis tend to be brave, tough, and hardworking; but that does not quite explain where the money is coming from to rebuild Mogadishu. In good part the rebuilding may be financed by remittances from the large and growing Somali diaspora in America and elsewhere.
Zwei Weltkriege, faschistische Diktaturen, Aufstieg und Fall des Ostblocks: Das sieht, wer an das 20. Jahrhundert denkt. Am meisten Menschen aber starben an der Spanischen Grippe. Vor 100 Jahren forderte sie in der Schweiz 25 000 Tote. An sie erinnert sich niemand mehr. von Patrick Imhasly6.1.2018, 16:13 Uhr
“Indians, especially Delhiites, love to show off. And if someone has money and also wants a lifestyle to match, what better than a Trump Tower? And then add to it the chance of meeting the first family?” the words of an Indian developer on Trump in India. http://nyti.ms/2FTFVFZ
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