In 1985, for the second consecutive year, the Honduran economy showed moderate growth of its gross domestic product, which increased by 1.6% with respect to the preceding year. Such an increase was insufficient compared with the rate of population growth (3.4%), however, and this led to a new deterioration in the per capita product, which shrank to the level reached in 1976. ' The gross national income, for its part, virtually stagnated (see table 1 and figure 1).

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