"Togo is really the place where the private sector should come invest in Africa"- Sérgio Pimenta, IFC's Vice President for Africa

Economic governance
Friday, 01 November 2019 17:15
"Togo is really the place where the private sector should come invest in Africa"- Sérgio Pimenta, IFC's Vice President for Africa

(Togo First) - Yesterday, the International Finance Corporation (IFC), World Bank's arm for the private sector, opened its offices in Togo. A headquarters agreement was signed the same day.
During the inauguration ceremony, the institution's Vice President for Africa and the Middle East, Sérgio Pimenta declared: "Togo is really the place where the private sector should come invest in Africa."
He added that "conditions in the country are encouraging for not only foreign private investors but for Togolese men and women enabling them to create their own jobs and businesses."
The ceremony was held in the presence of executives from the IFC, President Gnassingbé who chaired it, and top government officials. A tour of the building then followed.

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