Ghana is rich in natural resources but almost 30% of the population still lives under the international poverty rate. The Ghanaian economy also relies heavily on financial and technical support from other countries. Ghana exports a significant amount of natural resources such as cocoa, timber, fish, fruits and vegetables, manganese, (palm) oil, rubber, and aluminum. Agriculture is the main focus of the domestic economy and provides work for more than half of the population. Ghana's main export partners are the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, the United States, France and the Ukraine. To take advantage of this developing economy you must first understand the intricacies of Ghanaian social, economic and business culture.