Of the eight dominant sectors, the agribusiness sector is the dominant sector although the growth rate has decreased. However, there is a food-beverage and tobacco industry which accounts for 50% of total GDP.
In addition, the wholesale and retail trade sectors are valued as rapidly emerging markets. Increasingly sophisticated banking services are felt to be urgently needed such as: trade finance, remittance, treasury and cash management.
Agribusiness also has a stable percentage of Non-Performing Loans (NPLs) and market demand that is relatively clear and certain unless conditions fail to harvest.
The communication sector, whose customers are fixed, has relatively stable levels of demand and income. The main players in the mining sector are usually large companies that are financially sturdy and in the electricity sector owned by the government always get more treatment from the government.