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Panama: Country Profile

Area: 77,381 sq km; 29,762 sq miles.
Population: 3,405,813 million (Panama National Census May 2010.)
Capital: Panama, the largest city of the Republic of Panama with a total metropolitan population of 1,272,672 (January 2011)
People: Mostly of mixed descent, with sizeable communities of indigenous Indians, Afro-Caribbeans, Italians, Spanish, Arabs, Jews and Asians.
Languages: The official language is Spanish. English is widely understood by the middle-classes.
Religion(s): Roman Catholic 90%; Protestant groups, Judaism and Islam are also represented in the country.
Currency: Panamanian Balboa (PAB) at parity with the United States dollar (USD) since the monetary agreement of 1904. The USD is the paper currency of Panama, Panama mints its own coinage but US coins are also accepted. Exchange rate, £1 = 1.566 PAB/ USD (December 2011).

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No Initial Sign that Sunken Iran Oil Tanker Breached Safety Protocols: Panama - ...
That's Online No Initial Sign that Sunken Iran Oil Tanker Breached Safety Protocols: Panama Insurance Journal Fernando Solorzano, head of Panama's Merchant Marine, told Reuters there was no initial sign that the stricken ship was in breach of any security protocols. He added, though, tha...
Panama City Beach moving forward with funding for new fire station - WJHG-TV
WJHG-TV Panama City Beach moving forward with funding for new fire station WJHG-TV Business owner Jack Bishop has a different take. He says property owners are likely to benefit from the new fire station. "Well, it won't happen immediately, but it will happen if they change the insur...
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BCSO: Baker Woman Stole $67000 from Business - My Panhandle
My Panhandle BCSO: Baker Woman Stole $67000 from Business My Panhandle Panama City, Fla. - A Baker, Florida woman was arrested by the Bay County Sheriff's Office Financial Crimes Unit after she allegedly took payment to provide insurance for a local business, and kept the money. On Septe...
Patronis: Attorney fee limits \'good debate to have\' - The Ledger
The Ledger Patronis: Attorney fee limits 'good debate to have' The Ledger TALLAHASSEE ? The Legislature should consider restricting how much insurance companies can spend on attorney fees when fighting workers' compensation claims, state Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis told ...
?Dangerous? dog euthanized by county - The News Herald
The News Herald ?Dangerous? dog euthanized by county The News Herald Bay County has a policy of not allowing animals like Duke who have been declared ?dangerous? to be adopted out, so the dog was euthanized last week. The county has been charging the family a $10 daily boarding fee since the dog...
Property Insurance in Panama to 2020: Market Size, Growth and Forecast Analytics...
satPRnews (press release) Property Insurance in Panama to 2020: Market Size, Growth and Forecast Analytics ? Business and Finance, Insurance ... satPRnews (press release) The "Property Insurance in Panama to 2020: Market Size, Growth and Forecast Analytics" contains detailed ...
Panel looks to \'stem the tide of addicts\' - The News Herald
The News Herald Panel looks to 'stem the tide of addicts' The News Herald And insurance companies would not be able to require ?prior authorization? for medication-assisted therapy, which includes drugs aimed at weaning users off street drugs, such as heroin or fentanyl, or prescriptio...
Caribbean Financial Group Completes First Asset-Backed Securitization - Business...
Caribbean Financial Group Completes First Asset-Backed Securitization Business Wire (press release) SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Caribbean Financial Group (?CFG?), a consumer finance company that offers unsecured personal loans and related credit insurance products in the Caribbean ...
Kids health insurance program faces uncertainty - The News Herald
Daily Beast Kids health insurance program faces uncertainty The News Herald The Agency for Health Care Administration expects the short-term fix will keep Florida's program running through the end of March. TALLAHASSEE ? A top Republican state senator is warning that Florida will not able ...
 
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