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 The Islamic Chamber of Commerce , Industry and Agriculture (ICCIA)
The Togolese Republic
Head of State : Faure Gnassingbe
Population : 7.3 Million
Capital City : Lomé
Largest City : Lomé
Languages : French (official, commerce); Ewé, Mina (south); Kabyé, Dagomba (north); and many dialects
Monetary Unit : CommunautéFinancièreAfricaine Franc (XOF)
Facts
GDP (USD) : 4 Billion (2014)
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) (USD) : 166.32 million (2012)
GNI (USD) : 3.63 Billion (2015)
Exports of Goods & Services (USD) : 1.78 Billion (2014)
Imports of Goods & Services (USD) : 2.61 Billion (2014)
Life Expectancy at Birth : 59.66 Years (2014)
Intra-OIC Exports (USD) : 618.09 million (2013)
Intra-OIC Imports (USD) : 841.90 million (2013)
Location & Geography
Togo is one of the smallest countries in West Africa. It has borders with Benin in the East, Ghana in the West and Burkina Faso in the North. In the South, on the Bight of Benin, the country opens on the Atlantic Ocean. To the South-west a low plateau rises gradually, followed by a South-west, North-east mountain range. Togo is mostly flat. Savannah type vegetation dominates. The coastal region is covered with extensive marshes and lagoons. Roughly, a quarter of the land is arable and forested with the remaining part-unused. The country is divided climatically into Southern and Northern zones. In the Southern part, a tropical and humid climate prevails all through the year. In the North, temperatures fluctuate and humidity is less.
Investment Profile
Doing Business 2016 Rank***Doing Business 2017 RankChange in Rank
1541540
Doing Business 2016 DTF**
(% points)
Doing Business 2017 DTF**
(% points)
Change in DTF**
(% points)
47.448.571.17
Investment Opportunities
Recruitment of a national expert in monitoring and evaluation
Agriculture, Food and Beverages, Consultancy | December 4, 2015

Consultancy | December 4, 2015
Events
Training | April 20 - 22, 2015 | Togo
Training | October 01 - 01, 2014 | Togo