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Togo declared AGOA beneficiary on 21 April 2008

Monday, 21 April 2008


Togo has been declared an AGOA beneficiary country under US Federal Register No. 77, Vol. 73 of 21 April 2008. This brings the number of AGOA beneficiaries currently eligible for duty-free market access to the US to 40.

Togo, located between Nigeria in the East and Ghana in the West, last year imported approximately US$ 285 million worth of goods from the United States, while exporting only US$ 5 million. There is hope that AGOA will substantially increase Togo's access to the US market and lead to a more balanced trade performance.

Togo's US-bound exports consist mainly of agricultural products, while its US imports are predominantly energy-related products, transportation equipment and to a lesser extent agricultural products, chemicals ans related goods, and footwear.

Download the Federal Register Notice declaring Togo eligible in's legal documents archives.

“ Latest AGOA Trade Data currently available on

Click here to view a sector profile of Republic of Togo’s bilateral trade with the United States, disaggregated by total exports and imports, AGOA exports and GSP exports.

Other regularly updated trade statistics on include: (click each link to view)

  • AGOA-Beneficiary Countries’ AGOA and GSP Trade Aggregates

  • AGOA Trade by Industry Sector

  • Apparel Trade under AGOA’s Wearing Apparel Provisions

  • Latest Apparel Quotas under AGOA

  • Bilateral Trade Data for all AGOA-eligible countries individually.