Sunday February 18 2018
Senegal - Credit Rating at 35.00


Standard & Poor's credit rating for Senegal stands at B+ with stable outlook. Moody's credit rating for Senegal was last set at Ba3 with stable outlook.





Wednesday February 14 2018
Senegal Mining Production at 28.50 percent


Mining production in Senegal increased 28.50 percent in December of 2017 over the same month in the previous year.





Wednesday February 14 2018
Senegal Industrial Production MoM at 21.20 percent


Industrial Production in Senegal increased 21.20 percent in December of 2017 over the previous month.





Wednesday February 14 2018
Senegal Industrial Production at 0.60 percent


Industrial output in Senegal rose 0.6 percent year-on-year in December of 2017, following a 1.7 percent fall in the previous month. Mining production rebounded (28.5 percent compared to -5.6 percent in November) and output increased faster for paper (55.0 percent compared to 13.1 percent). In addition, production fell at a softer pace for food (-13.4 percent compared to -19.4 percent). On the other hand, output slowed for chemicals (13.0 percent compared to 17.8 percent) and energy (4.5 percent compared to 6.2 percent). Also, production declined further for other manufacturing (-7.2 percent compared to -6.0 percent) and construction output decreased at the same pace (-5.5 percent). On a monthly basis, industrial production advanced 21.2 percent, after a 9.7 percent drop in November. Considering full 2017, industrial output went up 2.0 percent.





Tuesday February 13 2018
Senegal Sales Tax Rate - VAT at 18.00 percent


The Sales Tax Rate in Senegal stands at 18 percent.





Tuesday February 13 2018
Senegal Exports at 101.50 CFA Franc Billion


Exports in Senegal rose 15.4 percent year-on-year to CFA 101.5 billion in December of 2017, boosted by industrial products (75.9 percent) and food, beverages and tobacco (15.2 percent). The most important export partners were: Switzerland (21.0 percent of total exports), Mali (13.7 percent), United Arab Emirates (5.7 percent), Ivory Coast (5.0 percent) and India (5.0 percent).





Tuesday February 13 2018
Senegal Imports at 312.10 CFA Franc Billion


Imports in Senegal jumped 73.5 percent year-on-year to CFA 312.1 billion in December of 2017, mostly due to food, beverages and tobacco (131.3 percent) and other products (119.1 percent). Main import partners were: France (15.0 percent of total imports), Nigeria (11.6 percent), China (9.6 percent), Netherlands (7.0 percent) and India (6.5 percent).





Tuesday February 13 2018
Senegal Balance of Trade at -210.50 CFA Franc Billion


Senegal’s trade gap increased to CFA 210.5 billion in December of 2017 from CFA 96.9 billion in the same month a year earlier. Imports jumped 73.5 percent to CFA 312.1 billion, mostly due to food, beverages and tobacco (131.3 percent) and other products (119.1 percent). Main import partners were: France (15.0 percent of total imports), Nigeria (11.6 percent), China (9.6 percent), Netherlands (7.0 percent) and India (6.5 percent). Meantime, exports rose 15.4 percent from the previous year to CFA 101.5 billion, boosted by industrial products (75.9 percent) and food, beverages and tobacco (15.2 percent). The most important export partners were: Switzerland (21.0 percent of total exports), Mali (13.7 percent), United Arab Emirates (5.7 percent), Ivory Coast (5.0 percent) and India (5.0 percent). Considering full 2017, the trade deficit widened to CFA 2050.1 billion from CFA 1606.3 billion in 2016.





Monday February 12 2018
Senegal Personal Income Tax Rate at 40.00 percent


The Personal Income Tax Rate in Senegal stands at 40 percent.





Friday February 09 2018
Senegal Corporate Tax Rate at 30.00 percent


The Corporate Tax Rate in Senegal stands at 30 percent.