Marshall Islands Industry
The Marshall Islands industry is relatively undeveloped and contributes about a tenth of the gross domestic product (GDP).
In the factories, fish and agricultural products are processed. Coconut oil and copra (dried coconut) are produced and tuna is preserved in a facility on the capital city of Majuro.
- According to ABBREVIATIONFINDER, MH stands for the country of Marshall Islands in geography.
The construction industry has ups or downs due to investments in infrastructure and tourism projects, such as hotel construction.