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Togo’s President Faure Gnassingbe celebrates record number of greenfield investment projects in 2019 Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 26, 2021

The President of Togo is in a celebratory mood. Mr. Faure E. Gnassingbe fired a tweet on Friday to celebrate a record number of greenfield projects in his country last year.

“This gratifying news reinforces our belief that we are on the right track with the numerous reforms undertaken to ensure our country’s prosperity and inclusive development,” he tweeted after fDi Markets announced that Togo had won a record number of greenfield investment projects last year.

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President Gnassingbé, in power for 14 years, will stand for re-election on 22 February 2020 and any good news is good news.

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