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Since the agricultural sector is almost non-existent , Hong Kong has to import 80% of its food supplies.
Hong Kong does not have any natural resources and depends entirely on imports of raw materials and power.
Agriculture contributes practically nothing to the economy.
The manufacturing Industry's contribution to the GDP is also very low.
Hong Kong’s main industrial sectors are textiles, electronic components and household appliances, computer technology and communications.
The tertiary sector, particularly financial services, is the heart of economic activity.
Hong Kong contributes around 90% of the GDP and employs about 80% of the active population.
Hong Kong is a services center for Asian companies, especially those that trade with China.
The tourism industry is booming. mainly due to an exponential increase in the
number of visitors from mainland China.