Tag Archives: Senegal

Check computergees for Senegal in 2006.

Senegal Market Entry

Subchapters: Market entry Forms and conditions of operation on the market Marketing and Communications Issues of intellectual property protection Public procurement market Payment terms, payment ethics and resolution of commercial disputes Visas, fees, specific conditions of travel to the territory Employment of citizens from the Czech Republic Fairs and events Market entry The most common… Read More »

Senegal Energy and Security

Economy and energy Thanks also to the help of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, Senegal has carried out a series of reforms to liberalize the economic system, especially in the 1990s. The results are uncertain, but the country is nevertheless characterized by being one of the most developed and industrialized in West… Read More »

Dakar, Senegal

According to abbreviationfinder, Dakar is the most important city in Senegal and the capital of the country. It is located on the Atlantic coast of the African continent, specifically on the Cape Verde peninsula. Its geographical location is very favorable for maritime traffic with America and Europe, which was decisive for the establishment and development of the largest seaport in the entire… Read More »

Senegal Geography and History

HUMAN GEOGRAPHY According to ejinhua, the population of Senegal is made up of Sudanese, who have had contact with “white” people, especially through the Fulbe (or Fulani), and who are now almost entirely Islamized. The most representative ethnic group is that of the Wolof (42.7%), active farmers in the areas bathed by the Sine and… Read More »

Senegal Population, Politics and Economy

Population in Senegal According to directoryaah, around 15.5 million people live in Senegal (2016). About 58% of the population in Senegal are younger than 20 years. In the past 20 years, Senegal’s population has almost doubled, even if hundreds of thousands live abroad. Many of them in neighboring countries or in France. The largest tribe… Read More »