Rank 32 from a survey of 80 countries
Global Tobacco Index Score
Indicator 1: Level of Participation in Policy Development
Indicator 2: Tobacco Industry’s Corporate Social Responsibility Activities
Indicator 3: Benefits to the Tobacco Industry
Indicator 4: Unnecessary Interaction between Government and Industry
Indicator 5: Measures for Transparency
Indicator 6: Preventing Conflicts of Interest
Indicator 7: Measures that Prevent Industry Influence
Senegal became a Party to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control on April 27, 2005. Due to political stability and an investment code designed to attract foreign investors, the tobacco industry as a firm has been granted the same favorable conditions to set up in Senegal.
Senegal does not have a code of conduct for government officials vis-à-vis the tobacco industry, least of all a law regulating the relationship between officials and the tobacco industry.
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