Facing the Atlantic Ocean from the westernmost part of Africa's Sahel, Senegal borders Gambia, Guinea, Mali, and Mauritania. It is one of West Africa's key political and economic hubs.


Senegal's Economy

Senegal's growth momentum recorded since 2015 is expected to continue in 2019 and 2020 due to continued public investment under the Senegal Emergence Plan. Consolidation efforts could bring the fiscal deficit below 3% of GDP after 2020.


  • CDH drafted an agreement between Dubai World and the Government of Senegal regarding the development of various tourism opportunities in Senegal.