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Senegal - Joint World Bank-IMF Debt Sustainability Analysis (English)

This report focuses on joint World Bank-IMF Debt Sustainability Analysis (DSA) for Senegal as of April 2020. Senegal’s debt is assessed to remain sustainable with a moderate risk of debt distress (external and overall) using the post Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic scenario as baseline, in line with the previous Debt Sustainability Analysis (DSA) of January 2020. However, the country’s space to absorb shocks previously deemed limited in the short term has somewhat narrowed compared to the previous DSA. The macroeconomic framework reflects currently available information. However, risks are heavily tilted to the downside: a more extensive global and domestic Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak could lead to a much steeper economic decline in 2020 and more gradual recovery thereafter.

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Senegal - Joint World Bank-IMF Debt Sustainability Analysis (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/368031592861328551/Senegal-Joint-World-Bank-IMF-Debt-Sustainability-Analysis