The government wants to boost cooperation with the private sector under its current five-year development roadmap

Economic governance
Friday, 20 November 2020 16:03
The government wants to boost cooperation with the private sector under its current five-year development roadmap

(Togo First) - To strengthen cooperation with the private sector, the Togolese State plans a survey to “take stock of the needs and wishes of business actors who want to carry out development projects that align with the government’s development roadmap.” This was disclosed on November 18, 2020, during the council of ministers. 

The survey will be conducted by a commission set up by the council. The main purpose of this commission is to carry out preliminary surveys to “better assess the impacts of public projects, especially those involving expropriation by the State, land allotment, classification, and declassification of State estate.”

It should be stressed that the private sector is expected to contribute to more than 50% of investment projects valued between CFA2,800 and CFA3,400 billion by 2025. 

Séna Akoda

 
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