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Jesolo is also a center of the Italian leather industry, and its hand-made products are exported to several countries. The city has an important fishing fleet, as well as a large shipyard for building yachts. Jesolo's industries include ironwork fabrication, food processing (including pasta), textiles and tourism. The etymology of Jesolo is uncertain: it could derive from the Greek "Ieso" or Hebrew "Yeshua", both meaning Jesus; or from Latin "Jocus Soli", meaning place where one can play jokes on others; or even be derived from Etruscan origin with possible meanings like 'sun' (from *jos-) + 'salt' (-lo). In fact in ancient times there was an island near today's Santa Maria di Ricadi called by this name because it was rich in salt deposits that were exploited by the Romans until they exhausted them around 1st century AD .