El Salvador

El Salvador's economy has been commanded by farming, starting with the indigo plant (añil in Spanish), the most significant yield during the medieval time frame, and pursued from that point by espresso, which by the mid twentieth century represented 90 percent of trade profit. El Salvador has since decreased its reliance on espresso and left on broadening the economy by opening up exchange and money related connections and extending the assembling sector.The colón, the official cash of El Salvador since 1892, was supplanted by the U.S. dollar in 2001. El Salvador positions sixteenth among Latin American nations regarding the Human Development Index and fourth in Central America (behind Panama, Costa Rica, and Belize) due to some extent to progressing fast industrialization.