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Economy, Foreign Trade

principal partners, raw cotton, cacao, ores, transportation equipment

Togo’s yearly foreign trade often shows a deficit. In 2000 exports totaled $427 million and imports totaled $425 million. The leading exports are metals and ores, including phosphates and accounting for 27 percent of total exports; raw cotton; cacao; coffee; cement; karite nuts; and palm kernels. The principal imports were food and food products, textiles, machinery, electrical equipment, construction materials, and transportation equipment. Togo’s chief trading partners for exports are Canada, the United States, Taiwan, Nigeria, Bolivia, and Indonesia; principal partners for imports are Ghana, China, France, and Cameroon.



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