Congo: 2019 intra-Africa trade and tariff profile
In 2019, 5% of Congo’s world exports and 26% of world imports were to and from the rest of Africa. Between 2018 and 2019, Congo’s intra-Africa exports and imports dropped by 165% and 41% respectively. Congo’s intra-Africa exports are mainly to ECCAS and CEMAC members – Angola, Gabon and Cameroon – importing 67% of Congo’s intra-Africa exports. 23% of intra-Africa imports are sourced from Angola, 14% from Cameroon, 13% from Namibia and 10% from Togo. Congo’s intra-Africa trade is mainly with Angola, Cameroon, Gabon and Namibia. Outside CEMAC, Congo exports mainly export to Angola, Namibia and Nigeria. Congo mainly imports cruise ships, petroleum oils, frozen fish and manufactured tobacco from African countries outside CEMAC. Most of the products imported from outside CEMAC are levied import duties.