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Investment framework and opportunities in Togo

Procedures Relative to Foreign Investment

Freedom of Establishment
There are no laws or practices that discriminate against foreign investors. In fact, the new investment code of January 2012 prescribes the right for foreign and domestic private entities to establish and own business enterprises and engage in all forms of remunerative activities; free management and circulation of capital for foreign investors; respect of private property and protection of private investment against expropriation.
Acquisition of Holdings
Foreign investors can own 100% of a Togolese company or create a wholly owned subsidiary. There is no obligation for a foreign investor to associate themselves with a local investor.
Obligation to Declare
There is no obligation to declare FDIs. New businesses have to register at the Centre de Formalite des Entreprises.
Competent Organisation For the Declaration
Centre de Formalite des Entreprises
Requests For Specific Authorisations
There are no formal investment approval mechanisms in place in Togo for inbound foreign investment, nor rules, restrictions, limitations or requirements applied to private investments.

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Investment Opportunities

Investment Aid Agency
Togo Invest
Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Togo (in French)

Tenders, Projects and Public Procurement
Global Tenders Togo,   
Tenders Info Togo
Africa Gateway Togo
Dg Market Togo
Other Useful Resources
Togo e-Regulations - Online Entrepreneurs and Investors Guide

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