Short answer:  NO   P

Short answer:  NO
Panama does offer a passport to people who comply with a series of regulations.  One is available almost immediately with an investment of $300,000 - which can be in property if desired.  Generally people who have an indefinite visa that is non-Pensionado, and who have lived in Panama for five years, can apply for citizenship....which does not automatically revoke your US citizenship.  There are a number of options that will lead to Panamanian nationality.  You will need a lawyer who is experienced in this area to advise you.
There are advantages to having a second passport, for banking and travel purposes. (Don't get stuck in the Moscow airport without one.).
Take professional advice.

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