On a more detailed level, Senegal’s overall sub-indicator performance is good. The highest-scoring sub-indicator is institutional governance at 94. Its score on management and settlement of investor-State disputes and respect for property rights is 75. On restrictions on FDI and communication of vision and policies it has scored 70 and 56, respectively. Senegal has improved its score on the sub-indicator robustness of policy goals and commitments, which now stands at 55. Transparency and regulatory effectiveness are the lowest-scoring sub-indicators, both at 50.