The oil industry dominates Iraq's economy, traditionally accounting for nearly 95% of the country's revenues. Agriculture is not sufficient to meet the country's food requirements. Iraq's chief crops includes wheat, barley, rice, vegetables, dates, cotton; cattle, sheep, poultry. Iraq is one of the largest producing countries in the world for the best kinds of date. Main industries are oil refining, food processing, textiles, leather goods, cement and other building materials, tobacco, paper, and sulfur extraction. Iraq has been highly dependent on foreign economic aid in recent years, from both Western and Arab countries. A major trading partner of Iraq includes United States, Turkey, and Syria.