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Economy, Manufacturing

light metals, wood products, sugar, cotton, detergents

Since the mid-1950s Honduran industry has grown significantly. Cement, cotton, sugar, and wood products are produced in quantities large enough for export. Textiles, detergents, chemicals, light metals, and food products are manufactured primarily for local consumption. The chief industrial areas are near the capital and the cities of San Pedro Sula and the free port of Puerto Cortes.



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