What would you say Japan earn the most money from within their economy? Agriculture, fishing etc.?
- simplicitusLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
The first place to look for country-specific information is the CIA Factbook page for the country. The page for Japan
notes that, as expected for any developed country, Japan is primarily a service economy (more than 70%). Agriculture accounts for less than 1.5% and neither agriculture nor fishing appear in the list of dominant industries.
Another good source of country-specific data is Wikipedia. In addition to a country page:
Wikipedia usually has a page on the economy of the country:
and often one on the history of the economy:
Furthermore, even if you didn't know this, what you should have done is a general web search. A search on "Japan fishing" returned as its first result:
and the first sentence on this page is:
Agriculture, forestry, and fishing form the Primary sector of industry of the Japanese economy, together with the Japanese mining industry, but together they account for only 1.3% of gross national product.