Economic geography of the country’s natural resources are petroleum, natural gas, fish, salt, limestone, gravel and sand. With regard to land use (2005 data), the 52.59 is arable land, permanent crops 0.19 to 47.22 and others, including grasses and forests. 4490 km are irrigated (2003). Image of “Field’s”, the largest mall in Denmark. The composition of GDP by sector is: agriculture 1.2 , industry 25.7 and services 73.1 (est. 2009). Agriculture employs 2.9 of the workforce, industry 23.8 , services 72.7 (2005). In this modern market economy features a high-tech agriculture, industry latest global firms in pharmaceuticals, maritime transport and renewable energy, and a high dependence on foreign trade.The Danish economy is also characterized by broad measures of a welfare state, an equitable distribution of income and a comfortable standard of living. Denmark is a net exporter of food and energy and enjoys a broad assessment of its balance of payments. The main crops are: barley, wheat, potatoes and beets. Livestock is mainly pork and dairy products. It is also important fisheries. As for industrial products include: iron, steel, nonferrous metals, chemicals and pharmaceuticals, food processing, machinery and transport equipment, textiles and clothing, electronics, construction, furniture and other wood products, restoration and shipbuilding, windmills and medical equipment. It has 2667 km of railways and 72,362 km of roads, of which 1032 are highways. The waterways in 2008 accounted for 400 km.The most important ports and terminals are: Aalborg, Aarhus, Copenhagen, Ensted, Esbjerg, Fredericia and Kalundborg.