In 1998 the contribution to the GDP by sector was agriculture, 13
percent; industry, 19 percent; and services, 68 percent. The economy has
also been bolstered by expatriate
remittances, which are equivalent to 16 percent of the GDP, and grants
from donors, equivalent to 18 percent of the GDP. In 1993, agriculture
employed an estimated 24 percent of the working population, industry
employed 25 percent, and services engaged 51 percent of the workforce.
Approximately 24 percent of the labor force was unemployed in 1999.