After a slight dip in growth in 2013, the world economy would certainly do no better in 2014, given the already low levels recorded over the past period, even though at the beginning of the year, the different initial forecasts of most international organizations have bet on a significant improvement in activity.

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  • Lower prices for industrial production

    Lower prices for industrial production In November 2014, the industrial activity is marked by a 0.9% decline in producer prices. This is mainly explained by lower producer prices of chemical (-4.5%) and food (- 0.2%) industries. However, the increase in producer prices of construction materials industries (+ 0.3%) and mechanical engineering (+ 0.1%) could not reverse the trend. 

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  • The Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices at the base 100 in 2008 decreased by 0.1% in December 2014 compared to the previous month.

    This change is attributable to the decline in services prices of «housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels", “transportation" and "recreation and culture". Year over year, the consumer prices fell by 0.8%. The annual inflation rate in 2014 stood at 1.1%.

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  • The National Index of Consumer Prices fell by 0.4% in October 2014 compared to the previous month.

    This was the result of lower prices of "food and non-alcoholic beverages" (-0.9%). However, it is mitigated by the increased cost of services of "communication" (+ 2.8%), «education" (+ 1.8%) and "clothing and footwear articles" (0.6 %). Year over year, the consumer prices fell by 2.3%. The average price ratio of the first ten months of 2014 over that of the corresponding period of 2013 shows 1.5% decrease.

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1. For more than fifty years, Senegal has experienced rates of economic growth close to the rate of population growth. This poor performance has not permitted a sustainable reduction in poverty.Overall, the reduction in poverty incidence has been especially weak in rural areas. This situation stands in contrast with the stated objectives of the economic and social policy papers so far adopted.
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Minister signs 4 financing agreements in Washington for a total amount of 125 billion FCFA

The Minister of Economy, Finance and Planning signed 4 financing agreements in alongside these Annual Meetings of the IMF and the World Bank Group held in Washington from October 6 to 9, 2016.

1- Agreement with the European Investment Bank (EIB)

2- With the Islamic Development Bank (IDB)

3- With the World Bank

4- With the Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA)

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The PAP operationalizes the Emergent Senegal Plan through the alignment of strategic priorities, sectorial targets and lines of action, with development projects and programs within a budget framework for the period 2014-2018. To determine priorities, lines of action were evaluated based on their likely contribution, mainly on economic growth and sustainable human development. 2. Lines of action and measures on the number of 451 were subjected to the evaluation grid below that allowed the definition of actions' priority levels to come into 190 priority actions (42%).>>> Read next


  • Quarterly GDP: + 3.6% (Q2)
  • Harmonised Index: + 0.8% (Oct.)
  • National Index: + 0.4% (Sep.)
  • Export: -33.6% (August)
  • Import: -11.0% (August)
  • Export prices: -2.7% (August)
  • Import prices: -0.6% (August)
  • Inflation: -0.7% (S1)
  • Competitiveness: +0.2
  • Current account balance: -10% of GDP
  • Budget balance: -5.1% of GDP
  • Growth rate: +4.9%



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