Palimé


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Palimé

 

a town in southwest Togo. Administrative center of the district of Klouto. Population, 20,000 (1970). Palimé is linked by railroad and highway to the city of Lomé. It is the center of an agricultural region, which produces coffee, cocoa, yams, manioc, maize, and rice. Near Palimé, in Agou, there is a palm-oil plant. There is a hydroelectric power plant at the Kpémé waterfall.

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