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largest portion, black market, forestry, fishing, percent

An estimated 25.4 million people were employed in the civilian economy in 2000. The largest portion, 63 percent, worked in agriculture, forestry, and fishing; 25 percent were in services; and the remaining 12 percent was employed in manufacturing, construction, and mining. A significant portion of the working-age population (those 15 to 59) was engaged in other informal economic activities, such as the black market.



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