International Trade in Togo

International Trade in Togo

Togo's growth is less than the average of the countries of the West African Monetary and Economic Union (UEMOA).  This is due to the fact that the country has been denied international aid for 15 years and also to the drop in the prices of raw materials.  From 3.1% in 2009, the growth... Read more

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  • Shalom Technologie
    We are both in the import export and bank instruments industry 1. We provide Letters of Credit Service to importers and traders...
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    GIP Logistics

    International Banking, Togo

    Since 2002, GIP Logistics serve in the following business fields: Constrictuion Equipement and Logistics, Building and Roads, Office...

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    Projesan Hospital Furniture Co

    Hospital Furniture, Togo

    Our Product include, hospital bed, bedside cabinets, over bed tables,strechers, trolleys,stainless steel products for operation...
  • Tropical Foods Logistics

    Tropical Foods Logistics

    Distributors, Togo

    Tropical Commodities Traders and Purchasing Agents in West Africa. With a combined experience of over 20 years, we represent several...

Overview About International Trade in Togo

Economic Overview

Togo's growth is less than the average of the countries of the West African Monetary and Economic Union (UEMOA).  This is due to the fact that the country has been denied international aid for 15 years and also to the drop in the prices of raw materials.  From 3.1% in 2009, the growth slightly increased to 3.3% in 2010.  It is estimated that during the next coming years Togo's growth rate will be much higher due to the restoration of its international aid. 

In April 2008, the government negotiated a three-year agreement with the IMF for an Extended Credit Facility (ECF).  In this framework, the budget for 2011 has emphasized the revival of public investments to sustain growth on a mid-term and the reduction of poverty.  The authorities have the intention of limiting the non-priority expenses and continuing to implement a solid budget plan, mainly giving the priority to social expenses.  The government of Faure Gnassingbe Eyadema has launched an ambitious project aimed at achieving food self-sufficiency and establishing a reliable electricity network.  The factors that encourage economic growth are the privatization and the financial aid from international sponsors. 

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