Senegal has established itself as one of sub-Saharan Africa’s most sophisticated economies in the past decade. Lacking the natural resources prevalent in many of the continent’s other fast-growing countries, its pillars of growth have been political stability and prudent fiscal management. But next month’s elections will put its credentials to the test.

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