Located in the picturesque Northwest, Oregon's total population is 3,747,455 (as of 2007), much of which lives between Eugene and Portland in the fertile Willemette Valley. Salem is the capital, and also is located there. While agriculture, including hazelnuts, wine, cattle, and fruit, have contributed nicely to the state's economy, Oregon is best known for its timber industry. It also has the headquarters for famous companies such as Tektronix, Intel, and Nike. In addition, it is one of the world's largest producers of salmon, and has a healthy tourist industry. Finally, there is no state sales tax, and corporations pay only $10 per year.