Guatemala's economy, the largest in Central America, is dominated by the agriculture. The agricultural sector makes up nearly one fourth of Guatemala's GDP, two-fifth of the country's exports and 50% of its labour force. The other major sectors include sugar, chemical, textile, petroleum and tourism industry. The major agricultural products are Coffee, sugar, and bananas. Guatemala exports commodities like petroleum, coffee, apparel, sugar, fruits and vegetables and imports products like fuels, grain, construction materials, fertilizers, electricity, machinery and transport equipments. Leading trading partners of Guatemala are U.S., El Salvador, Mexico, Honduras, South Korea, China, and Japan.