Chad search on Yellow Pages World
This is Chad search on Yellow Pages World now. Your search will be narrowed down to the country or region of the country Chad. Enter your desired search term, for example company name or product name, in the input field and click on search. The search for the term you entered starts immediately for the local area of the country Chad.
Benefits of Chad Yellow Pages World Now
Entries on Chad's Yellow Pages World Now are easy to make. Yellow Pages World Now (Yellow Pages Chad, Directory Listing Chad, Business Listing Chad, Local Search Chad, Business Directory Chad) at yellowpagesworldnow.com/Chad shows Chad companies listed in Google free of charge. Chad companies in Yellow Pages World Now. Search and find your local businesses by name in the Business Directory of Chad. In addition, Yellow Pages World Now offers you the cost-effective option for Chad to publish your company, your product or your news including an open link (dofollow link) on yellowpagesworldnow.com/Chad to your target website. Your content must not violate applicable Chad law. Unfortunately, websites from the areas of online casino and erotica cannot currently be actively promoted for Chad. The publications are published for a period of 12 months. Use the power of dofollow links as your added value. To start the publication process, click on the appropriate link Add your Company, News or Product for 6 months | for 5 years.
After paying the fee for 6 months or 5 years, your company name, product name or news including a link to your target website will be published in the right column below the Chad flag within 5 working days.
This Chad Yellow Pages page is a free service provided by Yellowpagesworldnow.com. Commercial services for companies from Chad are optional and not mandatory. Yellow Pages World Now always strives for the best possible publication of Chad company data and information.
Information about N'Djaména | Chad
Chad is a country in Africa. The ISO-Code ALPHA-3 for Chad is TCD. According to Wikipedia.org: N'Djamena is the capital and largest city of Chad. It is also a special statute region, divided into 10 districts or arrondissements. The city serves as the centre of economic activity in Chad. Meat, fish and cotton processing are the chief industries, and it is a regional market for livestock, salt, dates, and grains. It is a port city located at the confluence of the Logone River with the Chari River, forming a transborder agglomeration with the city of Kousséri (in Cameroon), capital of the Department of Logone-et-Chari, which is on the west bank of both rivers. It had 1,093,492 inhabitants in 2013. N'Djamena's primary economic source is agricultural work. About 80% of the population within N'Djamena works within farming-based industries, including cultivation of crops and growing livestock. The economy in N'Djamena is therefore almost totally reliant on good weather, making the economy struggle in years with low rainfall. N'Djamena receives financial aid from the World Bank, as well as the African Development Bank. There is a high demand for skilled laborers within N'Djamena to work for oil and gas sectors, as well as laborers for foreign non-governmental organizations, medical services, and English teaching. Residents of N'Djamena are liable to pay tax up to a maximum amount of 60% of all net income.
The Top-level domain for Chad is .td. A top-level domain (TLD) is one of the domains at the highest level in the hierarchical Domain Name System of the Internet after the root domain. Top-level domains, also known as TLDs or domain extensions, are the final segment of your website domain. A top-level domain was intended to help classify a feature of a website, such as its purpose, the owner, or the geographical origin.