Invest with peace of mind, benefit from security and growth of your capital in a country of peace and stability where you will love to work and live with your whole family.
The Autonomous Port of Lomé (PAL) is the number one port in West and Central Africa, according to the ranking of The Maritime Executive. The only natural deep-water port in the sub-region with a draft of 16.6 meters and a length of 1050m, it welcomes the latest generation ships 24 hours a day.
With its new 21,000 m² terminal, Gnassingbé Eyadéma International Airport (AIGE), which can accommodate up to 2 million annual passengers, is positioned as a commercial and economic hub. It offers direct connections to global airport hubs: Paris, Brussels, New York, Addis Ababa and to the main West and Central African capitals thanks to the pan-African company ASKY which makes it its hub for its flights.
Togo occupies a key position in West Africa, being at the heart of the Abidjan (Côte d'Ivoire) - Lagos (Nigeria) corridor and offering direct access to the sea to the countries of the hinterland (Burkina- Faso, Niger, Mali).
Togo was ranked Top reformer in Africa and 3rd best in the world in the World Bank's Doing Business Ranking 2020 with flagship reforms.
Thanks to its membership of the Joint Community Assembly of the European Union (ACP-EU), Togo has quota-free and customs-free access to the European Union. Access reinforced by the fact that Togo is a party to the EU's All Except Arms (TSA) agreement, which allows goods and services produced in Togo to enter the European market freely.
Togo offers investors three types of tax regimes adapted to their activities:
With 70% of the population under 35, Togo has a substantial workforce. The literacy rate is 85%; the workforce is educated, able to receive training and be qualified for any type of job.
Togo is home to the headquarters of the largest financial institutions, including that of the West African Development Bank (BOAD) and the ECOWAS Investment and Development Bank (EBID); and the headquarters of large pan-African banking groups such as Ecobank and Oragroup are also located in Lomé, the capital.
The Togolese Government has chosen to base its economic growth around the implementation of projects, the vast majority of which are public-private partnerships. The 2018-2022 National Development Plan (PND) and the 2020-2025 government roadmap notably provide for 65% financing of projects by the private sector.
Togo offers any investor personal peace of mind and security for their invested capital.