The business repercussions for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump may be growing wider after his call to ban Muslims from entering the U.S. In Canada, there have already been calls from city officials to remove Trump's name from buildings in Toronto and Vancouver.

Business and foreign affairs experts are saying Trump's deep relationships with investors in Muslim countries could be in jeopardy after his comments. Trump has partnered with investors for years in Muslim nations such as the U.A.E., Turkey, Indonesia and Azerbaijan.

Prominent U.A.E. businessman Khalaf Al Habtoor, a billionaire whose construction company built Dubai's airport, withdrew his support for Trump's presidential candidacy. "He is creating a hatred between Muslims and the United States of America," he told NBC News.

It remains to be seen whether Trump will feel the backlash from other business partners worldwide, and if his comments will end up hurting his organization's exploration of business opportunities in other parts of the Middle East.

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