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      Panama Information
Panama is officially known as Republic of Panama. It is the southernmost country in Central America. Panama is bordered to the northwest by Costa Rica, southeast by Colombia, to the north by Caribbean Sea and to the south by Pacific Ocean. Panama has chain of mountains in the west, modest hills in the interior, and a low range on the east coast. The country capital is Panama City. It is the principal commercial center. The country total population is almost 3.3 million. Panama Country official language is Spanish and English also speak many businesspeople and professionals in Panama City. Panama is a diplomatic country with no military. It is discovered and settled by the Spanish in the 16th century, Panama destitute with Spain in 1821 and joined a union of Nueva Granada, Ecuador, and Venezuela - named the Republic of Gran Colombia. In the year of 1821 Panama declared their independence from Spain. The country agriculture is playing a major role in Panama's economy. Panama's primary crops are bananas, cocoa beans, coffee, coconuts, corn, potatoes, rice, soybeans, and sugar cane. Panama has tropical climate. It has to tropical climates, one is dry and another one is rainy. Panama temperatures are evidently cooler in the higher parts of the mountain ranges, and frosts occur in the Cordillera de Talamanca in western Panama. The Panamanians called their currency Balboa, U.S. dollar. The country official currency is Balboa and is equivalent to one US dollar. The country was divided into nine provinces.

      Panama Recreation, Culture and Attractions
The culture of Panama is an assorted union of dissimilar cultures. This makes the nation of Panama prosperity and awesome range of civilization. The overseas settlements have pressurized their culture on the original panama culture. The culture of panama is said to be the combination of six Indian cultures. The evident result was that Spanish civilization, way of life and civilization pervaded into the consistency of Panama culture. The Kuna tribe culture still exists in panama and is unchanged. All provinces of Panama take pleasure in the traditional folklores of the nation. The traditional dances, food, music and songs of Panama absolutely illustrate the folklores. A Spanish tradition was followed to build few of the churches in panama. They were Los Santos and Herrera. Features of intensely absorbing culture of Panama replicates in the way of life of the citizens in Panama. Panama is well known for National Parks, Reserves, Wildlife Refuges and Beaches & Islands. Some of the famous attractions of Panama are Amador Causeway, Ancon Hill, Balboa Avenue, and Bridge of the Americas, Casco Viejo, Centennial Bridge, Metropolitan National Park, Mi Pueblito, Panama Canal, and Panama Viejo. Basketball and Baseball are very famous among the people of Panama. Snorkelers and scuba divers take pleasure in the coastal waters. Bird watching is well-liked in the national parks of the nation. Panama is recognized for its fantastic, music-rich spiritual celebrations and for lively vacations like pre-Lenten Carnival, manifested by dancing, drinking, and transmiting away care.

      Panama Demographics
Panama total Population - 3,410,676
Panama male Population - 1,694,319
Panama female Population - 1,666,155
Panama Bokotas Population - 3,784
Panama Embera-Wounaan Population - 8,246
Panama Chinese Population - 135,000
Panama Guaymi Population - 250,000
Panama Indian Population - 10,000
Panama Kuna Population - 50,000
Panama Movere Population - 150,000
Panama Naso Population - 3,500
Panama Ngabe Bugle Population - 110,080

      Panama Education
The education in panama is obligatory for nine years. The primary education is of six years and the middle school of three years. In 1903 in Panama, immediately following the sovereignty from Colombia public education was started. The civilizing tradition prearranged to the kid must be resolute by the social point he will or be supposed to absorb was followed here. Later this restriction came to an end with the pressure of United States in Panama. Progressive educational system, unambiguously intended to support the capable and determined person in hunt of rising communal mobility was the axiom in the year 1920. Consecutive national regime offered a elevated precedence to the progress of a system of general primary education. The majority of prominent inconsistency was among urban and rural Panama. From 1960, admissions at superior stages of schooling had amplified stunningly mutually in comparatively and complete provisions. The principal organization of higher learning, in 1935 the state-owned University of Panama, was established in Panama City. In May 1965 a Catholic university, Santa Maria la Antigua, was launched, with a firstly admission of 233 students.

Panama Symbols
Panama nickname - "The Crossroads of the Americas"

Image of Panama flag

Image of Panama flower

Image of Panama bird
Panama Flag
Panama Flower
Holy Ghost Orchid
Panama Bird
"Aguila Arpa"

Image of Panama song

Image of Panama mammal
Panama Song
Alcanzamos por fin la victoria (We finally attained victory)
Panama Mammal
"Golden Frog"

      Panama History
Panama nation was discovered by Columbus in the year 1502 and was further explored by Balboa in 1513. In the colonial period Panama was considered as the major transport spot to and from South and Central America. Panama had 40 regimes, 50 rebellions, 5 challenged secessions and 13 U.S. intrusions from 1850 to 1900. The agreement was marked by granting Panama regular power of the canal, parting the U.S. military support, and assuring the canal's independence. Noriega "maximum leader" confirmed the war between U.S and Panama in December 1989. U.S. groups apprehended hold of Panama City in an effort to incarcerate Noriega after a U.S. soldier lost his life in Panama. Noriega self submission to U.S was done on Jan. 3, 1990. The Panama Canal caused a conflict between U.S and Panama. Panama got its hold on Panama Canal on Dec. 31, 1999. Colombian revolt and paramilitary services were sporadic invasions into Panamanian region, elevating safety issues. Smuggling was augmented in Panama. A strategy to develop the Panama Canal by the year 2015 was officially permitted in the year 2006. Confronting the existing Latin American styles for left receptiveness regimes, a millionaire businessman Ricardo Martinelli was selected as Panama's president on May 3, 2009. Following the age of speedy fiscal expansion, Panama had to surrender to the worldwide downturn. Trading on his individual witness of victory and making use of his destiny to get his point Martinelli affirmed to promote overseas investment and assist the deprived.

      Panama Tourism
The tourism sector of the Republic of Panama is recently developing. The majority of tourists to panama are the Europeans. The advanced tourism sector also amplified the economy of the country. The main up to date and wide-ranging law for the encouragement of tourism investment in Latin America and the Caribbean is Panama's Law No. 9. These laws are applicable only in special Tourism Zones of Panama. The Law 8 suggests enticement like freedom from income tax, real estate tax, import duties for building supplies and tools, and additional taxes. Panama has acknowledged diverged regions of the nation as Special Tourism Zones which are promoted with numerous tax exclusions and tax vacations. Panama is well known for National Parks, Reserves, Wildlife Refuges and Beaches & Islands. Some of the famous attractions of Panama are Amador Causeway, Ancon Hill, Balboa Avenue, Bridge of the Americas, Casco Viejo, Centennial Bridge, Metropolitan National Park, Mi Pueblito, Panama Canal, and Panama Viejo.

      Panama Transportation
Panama's transportation is properly well developed. The popular of the trips are done by car though a great part in public transport. The public transportation system is in necessity of modernization and other improvements in Panama. Central American Highways are fairly well developed. There are no traffic signals in Panama. Mostly the Panama's roads, traffic and transport systems are harmless. The roads are not maintained in good condition. Buses and taxis are not well developed. Driving at night times is quite difficult. There are around six highways in Panama. Travelling by air is an easy option to reach Panama. Tocumen International Airport is one of the easily accessible airports in Panama. Buses services are available all the way through the city and the nation on a standard interval.

      Panama Taxes
Panama Country Corporate Tax - 30%
Panama Country Individual Tax - 27%
Panama Country VAT Tax - 7%
Panama Country Income Tax - 27.5%
Panama Country Education Tax - 1.25%

      Panama Universities
Technological University of Panama, Panama City, Panama - 17,003 Students
Universidad Catolica Santa Maria La Antigua, Panama City, Panama - 29,000 Students

      Panama Religions
Panama Roman Catholic Population is 85%
Panama Protestant Population is 15%
Panama Jews Population is 1%

      Panama Provinces
Bocas del Toro, Panama - Population 118,405
Cocle, Panama - Population 237,840
Colon, Panama - Population 250,802
Chiriqui, Panama - Population 426,790
Darien, Panama - Population 46,011
Herrera, Panama - Population 112,538
Los Santos, Panama - Population 90,984
Panama, Panama - Population 1,796,674
Veraguas, Panama - Population 226,847

      Panama Government
Panama country has Constitutional democracy. This government was divided into three branches. They are Executive, Judicial and legislative branches. Executive and legislative branches are elected by direct in Panama. These branches are take place every five years for national elections. Judicial branch is conducted under a nine-member Supreme Court and includes all tribunals and municipal courts. The people have compulsory 18 years and older. Everyone over the age of 18 is compulsory to vote, even though those who fail to do so are not penalized.

      Panama Geography
Panama is a Central American nation. It shares its boundaries with the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, amid Colombia and Costa Rica. The latitudes and longitudes on which the country is situated are 7 and 10N, and 77 and 83W respectively. The position on the cape of Panama is tactical. The Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea to the North of the Pacific Ocean is linked with Panama Canal. The total area of the Panama nation is 75,515 km2. The principal aspect of the nation is the vital spinal article of mountains and hills that appearance the continental partition. The mountain series of the part is known as the Cordillera de Talamanca close to the Costa Rican boundary. The peak point in the nation is the Volcan Baru which augments to 3,475 meters or 11,401 ft. A nearly dense forest structured the Darien hole among Panama and Colombia where Colombian guerrilla. The tropical forest security actions generated a rupture in the Pan-American Highway, which or else shaped an entire street from Alaska to Patagonia. The total coastal area of Panama nation is 2,857 km or 1,786 mi. The Climate of the nation is Tropical with standard precipitation is 28 mm or 1 in. in winter.

      Panama Parks
There are five national parks in Panama. They are the Chagres National Park: This is founded in 1985. It is located between the Province of Panama and Colon. This park is contains tropical rain forests and a set of rivers which provide sufficient water to security the operation of the Gatun Lake. Darien National Park: It is the one of the most important world heritage sites in Central America. This is home to harpy eagle. The Gulf of Chiriqui Marine Park: It is created in 1994. It located in the middle of the Gulf of Chiriqui. The La Amistad International Park: This Park is covers 401,000 ha of tropical forest and is the major nature reserve in Central America. A consequence of the effort of the terrain, the park is relatively new and the only substantial scientific explorations deep into the park have been led by the Natural History Museum London. Soberania National Park: It is founded in 1980. It is located to near the banks of the Panama Canal in the provinces of Panama and Colon. The park is home to bird species in the park, including motmots, toucans, trogons, flycatchers, antbirds, woodpeckers, tanagers and hawks.

      Panama Economy
Panama economy is mainly depending on the services industry, heavily weighted toward banking, commerce, and tourism. The country's important decrease economic sector is agriculture, which accounted for 7% of GDP in 2001. Panama is the second greatest competitive economy in Latin America as well according to the Global Competitiveness Index from the World Economic Forum. The third economic division is that the Panamanians need one of the highest levels of per capita income in the developing world. The Panama's Panama Canal and the monetary system anchored in the use of the US dollar as authorized tender urged the rapid development of the service economy which offset evidently disapproving terms of trade. Generally the country annual economic growth is more than 6% of every year. The Panama's unique economic system is played a repercussion role in the creation of an International Banking Center and the Colon Free Zone.

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