The Cote D'Ivoire economy is largely market based and depends heavily on the agricultural sector. Almost 70 of the Ivorian people are engaged in some form of agricultural activity. Cote D'Ivoire is among the world's largest producers and exporters of coffee, cocoa beans, and palm oil. Despite attempts by the government to diversify the economy, it is still largely dependent on agriculture and related activities. A majority of the population remains dependent on small-holder cash crop production. Principal exports are cocoa, coffee, and tropical woods. Principal U.S. exports to Cote D'Ivoire are rice and wheat, plastic materials and resins, Kraft paper, agricultural chemicals, telecommunications, and oil and gas equipment. Principal U.S. imports are cocoa and cocoa products, petroleum, rubber, and coffee. A large number of Cote D'Ivoire tenders and RFP's float from Consultancy and Software Services.