The Human Development Index (HDI) has three components: life expectancy at birth, educational attainment, and income. It ranges from 0 to 1, with higher values representing greater development. In
1992, the HDI ratings for eight Central American countries were .884 for Belize, .884 for Costa Rica, .579 for El Salvador, .591 for Guatemala, .578 for Honduras, .842 for Mexico, .611 for
Nicaragua, and .856 for Panama.
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