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YEAR 2022

LIST OF NAMES OF INSURANCE COMPANIES

Self Reliance
Handels-Krediet-en Industrie Bank N.V.
Assuria N.V.
Centrale Bank Van Suriname
Republic Bank (Suriname) N.V.
Fatum Schadeverzekering NV
Finabank N.V.
Trustbank NV
Nationale Ontwikkelingsbank Van Suriname NV
Spaar En Krediet Coöperatie Nationaal Leger G.A (SPARCO BANK G.A)
Paramaribo Schade Assurantie Company
Surichange Bank N.V.
SZF
Parsasco NV.
VSH United

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The population of Asian Indian ancestry is the largest ethnic group (27% of the population), followed by the Maroons (22%, of African descent), Creoles (16%), people with Javanese ancestry (14%), mestizos (13%), and Amerindians (4%).

In 2012, Suriname had a population of 541,638, 80% of whom lived in the coastal area. In 1990, the population structure was expansive—but it has become stationary in the under-20 age groups, with an aging population. Population growth in the over-60 age group was very pronounced, increasing by nearly 30% over a nine-year period, while the 0-14 age group grew by only 1.6%.

The population of Asian Indian ancestry is the largest ethnic group (27% of the population), followed by the Maroons (22%, of African descent), Creoles (16%), people of Javanese ancestry (14%), mestizos (13%), and Amerindians (4%).

The economy was stable in the period 2008-2012, with average annual growth of 4.1%. The principal drivers of the economy are the gold mining and oil sectors. Following 2008-2012, there was an economic recession, due to a drop in the price of these products.

(Source: Health in the Americas+, 2017 Edition)

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