I couldn't find a source ANYWHERE for a third industry but these are the two I found. Mining is a small industry in the Honduras economy. There are many unexploited resources that could expand the mining industry. However, political and enviornmental issues refuse to let that happen. Not to mention the enviornmentalist groups setting the industry back. The second industry is manufacturing. Unlike mining, this is an industry that has experienced a lot of growth in the past decade. "In July 2000 Honduras was granted North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) parity for its exports, meaning it would receive the same trade benefits as signatories of NAFTA even though it was not an actual party to the agreement."