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Archipelago Exchange

A former electronic communications network that facilitated over-the-counter trading by sending buy or sell orders to the appropriate specialist on the floor of a stock exchange, bypassing the floor broker. It merged with the New York Stock Exchange in 2006 to form NYSE Arca.

Archipelago

An electronic communications network formed in 1996 as one of the four original ECNs approved by the SEC. The network offers what is essentially a national and visible limit order book for stocks. In 2001 Archipelago received SEC approval to launch Archipelago Exchange (ArcaEx), an electronic stock market for New York Stock Exchange, American Stock Exchange, and Nasdaq securities. ArcaEx is operated as a regulated facility of the Pacific Exchange.
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Nevertheless, the analysis needs to take account of Indonesia's distinctive feature as an archipelagic country, which has created some issues in the implementation of spatial effects application.
In fact, aspects of this new trend are more deeply rooted in the historical phenomena of this archipelagic nation.
The Maldives, on the other hand, is an archipelagic nation located
Trade and travel, not force of arms, helped spread Islam to the coastal peoples of archipelagic Southeast Asia-what is today Indonesia, Malaysia, and the southern Philippines.
As an archipelagic country, air travel is necessary for Filipinos and we are here to serve and help them stay or be better connected with their families and friends.
Continental shelves and the impracticality of drawing coastal boundaries for countries with complex and deeply indented coastlines, like Norway, or for archipelagic states, such as the Philippines or Indonesia, were recognized in such UNCLOS provisions as Article 7 ("Straight baselines"), Article 47 ("Archipelagic baselines"), and Articles 76 and 77 ("Continental Shelf").
The Indonesian air force has now lost four C-130s, reducing its transport reach in an archipelagic country that stretches more than 5,000 km from its western to eastern tips.
The archipelagic nature of The Bahamas and its proximity to the United States make the entire country accessible by all types of watercraft, including small sail boats and power boats, thereby making smuggling and moving bulk cash relatively easy.
Just as the "Historiography" section weaves together the Chronicles' past, present, and future, so do other sections of the Handbook link archipelagic concerns, the subject of Part VI of the Handbook, with international perspectives.
Further, Indonesia's physical infrastructure is considered sub-standard, as the archipelagic nature of the country makes it difficult to keep the national healthcare infrastructure together.
Rapongan's work on Oceania in the Northeastern Pacific including the autobiographical fiction (Black Wings) represents his vision of an archipelagic region which reshapes Taiwan as a space linked to Austronesian (if not Polynesian) modes of language, space, body, and culture: "What does the 'world atlas' mean?