Cabinda is almost totality covered by the tropical forest, in such a way that, lumber industry has solid bases to be developed in Cabinda.
The ground of Cabinda is sufficiently fertile and produces coffee, cacao, coconut, latex and oil of palm.
The subsoil is rich in natural resources, such as: oil, phosphate, gold, manganese, quartz, Uranium and potassium
However, the most important product that constitutes the foreign economic attraction in Cabinda is its oil, whose exploration is evaluated in approximately 1.000.000 of barrels/day, and contributes more than 60% of the current total production of the Angolan oil.
Although this, Cabinda the main producing of the oil commercialized by Angola is attributed only close to 10% of annual prescriptions of the explorations of its oil, that for irony not even arrives in Cabinda and managed in disastrous form.
For this reason and others of political calculation of the occupants, Cabinda in the context of Angola has the highest living cost and one of the poorest territories of Africa ignored by all