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The article analyzes the main socio-economic indicators of developing countries: life expectancy and GDP per capita. On the basis of the conducted statistical research, a regression model has been built that describes the relationship between these indicators. The dynamics of the growth of life expectancy in developing countries is analyzed. The features of the behavior of these indicators for certain groups of countries are revealed.doi:10.35211/2500-2635-2021-1-45-51-57 fatcat:no6o6dgv6rgorc34binwnlkkbm