Panamanians (Spanish: Panameños) are people identified with Panama, a country in Central America, whose connection may be residential, legal, historical, or cultural. For most Panamanians, several or all of these connections exist and are collectively the source of their Panamanian identity. Panama is a multilingual and multicultural society, home to people of many different ethnicities and religions. Therefore, many Panamanians do not equate their nationality with ethnicity, but with citizenship and allegiance to Panama. The overwhelming majority of Panamanians are the product of varying degrees of admixture between European ethnic groups (predominantly Spaniards) with native Amerindians who are indigenous to …



IADB: Inter-American Development Bank · 31 October 2023 English

This chapter examines socioeconomic inequality in Latin America through the lens of race and ethnicity. We primarily use national census data from the International Public Use Micro Data Sample (IPUMS). …

household income also demonstrated that the Panamanians who self-classified as black and those with the factors stand out in helping to understand Black Panamanians' relatively higher occupational prestige: percent explain the uniquely high positioning of black Panamanians in that country’s ethnoracial hierarchy is that Nonetheless, the other subcategories of black Panamanians also excel in these areas relative to the majority importance of a higher percent urban among black Panamanians, Figure 13 shows the percent urban of ethnoracial

UN: The United Nations · 5 September 2023 English

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Secretariat on Policy and Development of Afro-Panamanians had been established to ensure the exercise of of all human rights by Afro-Panamanians, and that the Secretariat was responsible for overseeing and implementing the social inclusion policy for Afro-Panamanians. 16. Paraguay reported that Law No. 6940, which

Pew Research Center · 16 August 2023 English

There were nearly 62.5 million Latinos in the United States in 2021, accounting for approximately 19% of the total U.S. population.

Ecuadorians Guatemalans Hondurans Mexicans Nicaraguans Panamanians Peruvians Puerto Ricans Salvadorans Spaniards Peruvians, Venezuelans, Nicaraguans, Argentines, Panamanians, Chileans and Costa Ricans. These sheets provide

Pew Research Center · 16 August 2023 English

In 2022, there were 63.7 million Hispanics living in the United States. The U.S. Hispanic population has diverse origins in Latin America and Spain.

640,000 Nicaraguans 450,000 Argentines 290,000 Panamanians 240,000 Chileans 190,000 Costa Ricans 180,000 grew from 32% to 38%. In 2021, Spaniards (95%), Panamanians (87%) and Puerto Ricans (83%) had the highest Puerto Ricans are U.S. citizens. Spaniards (95%), Panamanians (90%), Cubans (82%) and Mexicans (81%) have some least 2 percentage points between 2010 and 2021. Panamanians’ rates increased by 7.8 percentage points, the

Cato Institute · 27 July 2023 English

For the first time since 1991, Argentina suffers from annual inflation rates above 100 percent. As voters prepare to head to the polls on August 13, the date of the …

the reasons why an overwhelming majority of Panamanians, Ecuadoreans, or Salvadoreans wouldn’t dream

World Bank Group · 27 June 2023 English

Indigenous Peoples (IPs) and non-Indigenous Panamanians, exacerbated by a disarticulated approach to Indigenous Peoples (Ips) and non- Indigenous Panamanians Design, equip and/or construct new or rehabilitated

IMF: International Monetary Fund · 24 March 2023 English

Panama was hit hard by the covid-19 pandemic, but the recovery has been strong. GDP expanded by 15.3 percent in 2021 and a projected 9 percent in 2022. Inflation is …

Jun-20 Aug-21 Oct-22 Domestic Banks owned by Panamanians: Total Deposits 1/ (In US$bn) Includes Multibank

UN: The United Nations · 17 March 2023 English

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National Secretariat for the Development of Panamanians of African Descent had been formed to implement to ensure that the important contribution of Panamanians of African descent was covered in school curricula and assist vulnerable persons. Hundreds of Panamanians were involved in community efforts to host migrants

UN: The United Nations · 21 February 2023 English

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Afro-Panamanians was responsible for implementing policies for the social inclusion of Panamanians of draft national plan for the development of Afro-Panamanians. The population and housing censuses currently

World Bank Group · 2 February 2023 English

emission reduction, improving air quality for Panamanians in general. However, the extent of the reductions

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