Is Sao Tome and Principe poor?

As the second smallest economy in Africa, São Tomé and Príncipe covers two islands and several – mostly uninhabited – islets in the Gulf of Guinea. Around one-third of the just over 215.000 inhabitants live on less than US$ 1.9 per day, and more than two-thirds are poor, based a poverty line of US$ 3.2 per day.

What is their industry?

Their number one industry are cocoa, copra, coffee, palm oil, also in mining.