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Senegal’s growing economy is dependent on key sectors, including infrastructure, energy, fisheries and recent significant oil and gas discoveries. Its economy is driven by mining, construction, tourism, fisheries and agriculture, which are the primary sources of employment. Senegal’s well-developed tax and legal systems and long-standing political stability make it attractive to diverse foreign investors, especially from the United States and Europe. The country has an ambitious modernization plan that centres on infrastructure improvements and aims to become a net energy exporter, offering a range of export and investment opportunities for Canadian businesses.