Angola: 2019 intra-Africa trade and tariff profile
Angola mainly trades with countries beyond the African continent. In 2019 only 4 per cent of Angola’s total trade was intra-Africa trade. On the African continent Angola mainly trades petroleum oils with South African and Togo; mainly exports petroleum oils (crude and non-crude accounting for 65 per cent of intra-Africa exports) to other African countries and imports light petroleum oils from Togo and Egypt at 2 per cent import duties. Although Angola is a member of both SADC and ECCAS it is not yet a member of any African trade agreement; ECCAS has no trade agreement in place and Angola is not yet a member of the SADC FTA although it recently submitted an offer to accede to the FTA.
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