Amapá

The last PNAD (National Research for Sample of Domiciles) census revealed the following numbers: 429,000 Brown (Multiracial) people (69.4%), 148,000 White people (24.0%), 40,000 Black people (6.5%), 6,000 Asian or Amerindian people (1.0%). ==Economy== The service sector is the largest component of GDP at 87.6%, followed by the industrial sector at...
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Amapá

Amapá (umupä') , state (1991 pop. 373,994), 53,013 sq mi (137,304 sq km), extreme N Brazil, bounded on the N by French Guiana and the Atlantic Ocean. Macapá is the capital. Fishing is an important activity in Amapá; nuts and timber are produced.
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Amapá

estado (state), northern Brazil. It is bounded on the north by a small portion of Suriname and by French Guiana, on the northeast by the Atlantic ...
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