New Caledonia has a rich mineral resource. New Caledonia has about 25% of the world's known nickel resources. Only a small amount of the land is suitable for cultivation, and food accounts for about 20% of imports. The agricultural products of the country are beef, deer, varieties of vegetables etc. The most important industry of the country is the nickel mining and smelting industry. Some of the primary export commodities of New Caledonia are ferronickels, nickel ore, fish and so on. The countries that are involved in the export trade of New Caledonia are Japan, France, South Korea, Taiwan, Spain, South Africa and Belgium.