The Honduran economy, one of the least developed in Latin America, has traditionally been fueled by the export of bananas and coffee. Agriculture, the most important sector of the economy, accounts for 28% of GDP, employs 62% of the labor force, and produces two-thirds of exports. The banana plantation supports the Honduras economy. Honduras is known to have in store rich reserves of forest resources and mineral deposits. Silver, lead, zinc, iron, gold, cadmium, antimony, and copper are some of the possessions the country preserves in its stocks. Economic growth remains dependent on the US economy its largest trading partner.