Lesotho is a water-rich nation in a water-starved region. Lesotho is an agricultural country, with modest industrial, tourism and labor-remittance incomes. The country has light industries, including food and beverages, textiles, apparel assembly, and handicrafts. Mineral resources include some diamonds. Lesotho's main exports are clothing, footwear, road vehicles, wool and mohair, foodstuffs, and live animals. Imports include food, building materials, vehicles, machinery, medicines, and petroleum products. The United States, China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan are the main trading partners.