The Gambia: Exporter Guide

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The United States exported $69.8 million of food and agricultural products to The Gambia in calendar year (CY) 2019. Chicken cuts, edible offal, and sauces and condiments accounted for 92 percent of U.S. agricultural exports to The Gambia in CY 2019. Although a small country with two million inhabitants, The Gambia has a relatively open economy and is a major re-export hub in West Africa. Tourism is the fastest growing sector and accounts for 16 percent of GDP, creating potential for increased demand for high-value food products.

The Gambia: Exporter Guide

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