Togo: Exporter Guide

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Togo’s economic growth is expected to grow after a sharp decline to annual real GDP in 2020 due to the COVID – 19 pandemic. The Togolese economy relies heavily on the agriculture sector which is responsible for 42 percent of GDP and employs 60 percent of the population. Strong global demand for agricultural exports, particularly cotton, organic soybeans, and pineapples is positioning Togo to outperform neighboring countries in the region. In 2022, Togo imported about $1.3 billion of agricultural and related products. Imports from the United States totaled $22 million.

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