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Business in Kpalimé, Atakpamé, Togo

Foreign Trade and Business in Kpalimé (Togo): Ewe, Kloto, Highlands, handicraft

Kpalimé is the capital of the Highlands region (plateaux) of Togo (West Africa)

  1. population of Kpalimé: 101,000 inhabitants (the fourth Togolese city)
  2. Border to Ghana: 15 kilometres
  3. Kpalimé represent 80% of the Togolese cocoa and coffee production
  4. Kpalimé is the principal handicraft centre of Togo: woodcarving, weaving, basketry etc.

Distances from Kpalimé to:

  1. Lomé (Port of Lomé): 120 kilometres
  2. Sokodé: 284 kilometres
  3. Kara: 358 kilometres

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Foreign Trade and Business in Kpalimé (Togo)

  1. Kpalimé is the County capital of the Kloto Prefecture
  2. Main ethnic group of Kpalimé: Ewe
  3. Main language in Kpalimé: Ewe
    1. Ewe is a Gbe language
    2. Three million people speak Ewe in Ghana and Togo

Port of Lome, Togo. Access to Burkina Faso, Niger, and Mali

Highlands region (plateaux) of Togo:

  1. Population of the Highlands region (plateaux) of Togo: 1.4 million inhabitants
  2. Area: 16,975 km²
  3. Coffee and cocoa production
  4. Capital: Atakpamé
    1. Atakpamé is the fifth Togolese city by population
    2. Distance from Lomé to Atakpamé: 161 kilometres

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