Togolese agriculture is growing

The report explains this growth by the increase in the number of employees in the "undefined", "extractive industries" and "agriculture, forestry and fishing" branches, whose numbers increased respectively by 31.7%, 30% and 12, 9%.

It pointed out that "the majority of the employees declared to the CNSS come from the branches of commerce, specialized activities, scientific and technical and manufacturing activities".

These branches account respectively for 15.0%, 14.8% and 9.8% of all employees registered at the CNSS at the end of June 2018 compared to 14.8%, 14.6% and 9.8% at the end of December 2017.

According to the distribution of employees declared by categories or legal sectors, the private domestic is ranked first, followed by the public and the Para public.

The workforce in these sectors is respectively 112,568 (74.1%), 24,593 (16.2%) and 8,384 (5.5%) at the end of June 2018 compared to 107,439 (73.0%), 24,398 (16.6%) and 9,644 (6.6%) at the end of December 2017.

 Recap by sector of activity

Compared to the end of December 2017, the number of employees by branch of activity has evolved as follows:

Agriculture, forestry, hunting and fishing (+12.9%); mining activities (+30.6%); manufacturing activities (+3%); production and distribution of electricity and gas (+4.1%); production and distribution of water, sanitation, waste treatment and pollution (+1.2%); construction (+3.7%); trade (+4.3%); transportation and storage (-0.3%); accommodation and food (+0.0%); information and communication (+1.3%); financial and insurance activities (+4.7%); real estate activities (+5.1%); specialized, scientific and technical activities (+4.7%); support and office activities (+1.5%); public administration activities (-0.2%); education (+3.1%); activities for human health and social action (-8.0%); artistic, sports and recreational activities (-1.4%); other NAC service activities (+3.8%); special activities of households (+2.4%); undefined (+31.7%).

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