Togo

Togo is officially known as Togolese Republic. This country is located in West Africa. The country is bordered by Burkina Faso in north, Gulf of Guinea on south, Ghana in the west, Benin in the east. Lome is the capital of Togo. This is a small thin sub-Saharan nation. The population of Togo is 4.97 million people. French is the official language of Togo. Ewe or Mina is the languages that are spoken in the commercial sectors on Togo.

The earliest inhabitants in this country were the voltaic people and Kwa. In the 14th century the Ewe followed and next Ane in the 18th century. By 1884 German colony established after the leagues of World War I, the country was split into two, British and French. Subsequently they were administered as UN trusteeship. The British portion of Togo voted for Ghana for incorporation and which later was popularly known as Togo in April 27, 1960.

Togos economy is dependant on the commercial as well as subsistence agriculture. Agriculture provides 65 % population with employment. In case of basic food goods, Togo is self-sufficient. Coffee, cocoa, and cotton are exported and contribute 30 % of earnings. Phosphate mining is popular in this region. Togos GNI per capita is $380. Togo turned into International Monetary Fund in 1979. The GDP had a fall of 1 % in 1998 with resuming growth in 1999. It was estimated to rise 5 %. Togo is a regional commercial and trade center. Togo has strong ties Europe in terms of historical and cultural although its foreign policies are non-aligned. Togo pursues a lively foreign policy also participants are in various organizations. The relation of Togo with the neighboring countries is good.

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