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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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Bay District School Board at odds over booster club insurance - The News Herald
The News Herald Bay District School Board at odds over booster club insurance The News Herald School board member Ryan Neves, left, is in favor of requiring liability insurance for parent-run booster clubs. Board member Steve Moss, right, initially favored the insurance but said Tuesday th...
Key senators say they have outline of health insurance deal - The News Herald
The News Herald Key senators say they have outline of health insurance deal The News Herald But Democrats and some Republicans say halting them will create chaos in insurance market places. The so-called cost-sharing reductions cost around $7 billion this year and lower expenses like co-paym...
Union counters district\'s offer, wants $4 mil in teacher raises - The News Hera...
Union counters district's offer, wants $4 mil in teacher raises The News Herald PANAMA CITY ? With an initial offer from the district of $1.5 million in raises this year for teachers on the table, the Association of Bay County Educators put forward a counteroffer, asking for $4 million in ...
OUR VIEW: Flood program needs reform - The News Herald
The News Herald OUR VIEW: Flood program needs reform The News Herald The damage assessments are still coming in, but one thing seems clear: Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria blew away any lingering doubts about the need to fix the National Flood Insurance Program. The White House has already s...
Trump to issue stop-payment order on health care subsidies - The News Herald
The News Herald Trump to issue stop-payment order on health care subsidies The News Herald In a brash move likely to roil insurance markets, President Donald Trump will ?immediately? halt payments to insurers under the Obama-era health care law he has been trying to unravel for months. WASHING...
Trump: Drug czar nominee pulls his name from consideration - The News Herald
The News Herald Trump: Drug czar nominee pulls his name from consideration The News Herald ?He didn't want to have even the perception of a conflict of interest with drug companies or, frankly, insurance companies,? Trump told Fox News Radio in an interview Tuesday, shortly after breaking ...
School board: Drop club insurance requirement - The News Herald
The News Herald School board: Drop club insurance requirement The News Herald PANAMA CITY ? A revised policy exempting school, booster and parent-teacher clubs from purchasing their own liability insurance when using school facilities again split board members and district staff during Tue...
Congressman Dunn visits Panama City Dialysis Center - WJHG-TV
WJHG-TV Congressman Dunn visits Panama City Dialysis Center WJHG-TV His visit comes amid the White House signing an executive order last week on health care; one that will give employers permission to seek out cheaper health insurance plans across state lines ? something the congressman says...
Ric Corley retiring after 50 years of vessel inspection - The News Herald
The News Herald Ric Corley retiring after 50 years of vessel inspection The News Herald In 1954, Corley's father, Tom, began construction of the Rom-Ric Motel & Marina and Grand Lagoon Marine Service shipyard in Panama City Beach, one of the early businesses in the Grand Lagoon area. ....
Birth control: Trump expands opt-out for workplace insurance - The News Herald
The News Herald Birth control: Trump expands opt-out for workplace insurance The News Herald Supporters of contraception rally before Zubik v. Burwell, an appeal brought by Christian groups demanding full exemption from the requirement to provide insurance covering contraception under the Af...
 
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