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ASX

Australian Securities Exchange

The largest securities exchange in Australia, established in 2006 as the result of a merger between the Australian Stock Exchange and the Sydney Futures Exchange. ASX is a publicly-traded company, which is traded on its own exchange. The exchange is fully electronic and trades both stocks and derivatives. It co-regulates itself with the Australian Securities and Investment Commission.
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The ASX 3 adds two-tone 18in alloys, black wheel-arch garnishes, automatic climate control, keyless entry, cruise control, automatic light and rain sensors, plus xenon super-HID 'wide vision' headlamps with washers.
The ASX 4, which is priced from PS24,249 for the 4WD, also offers a panoramic glass roof and Mitsubishi's Multi Communication System, which includes a seven-inch HD touch-screen display, satellite navigation, DAB, CD player, SD card compatibility and reversing camera.
ASX content in the plasma and tissue was analyzed according to the methods described by Akiba et al.
The ASX incorporates Mitsubishi's RISE safety technology which dissipates energy from an impact away from the passenger compartment.
Under normal conditions the ASX only puts power to the front wheels to save on fuel.
The Mitsubishi ASX 2 is the entry-level version and comes with alloy wheels, air conditioning, Active Stability and Traction Control, remote keyless entry, seven airbags and a Bluetooth hands-free system.
By the time the fantastic 4 model is reached the ASX is bristling with creature comforts and clever technology including satellite navigation, CD/radio with MP3 compatibility, plus automatic light and rain sensors.
8-litre diesel engine, the ASX has plenty of get-up-and-go and proved just as capable driving in busy city centres as out on the open road where there was a constant supply of power on tap.
The next stage of the partnership will allow customers in the ASX Australian Liquidity Centre to directly connect via the ASX global network to SGX, which is the biggest offshore market for Asian equity derivatives and the only international venue with futures contracts for Chinese and Indonesian equity indices.
The only thing that slightly lets the ASX down, design wise, is the rear lights with those orange indicators.
It will be offered in three trim levels, ASX 2, ASX 3 and ASX 4.
Grand prix for best investor relations by an ASX 100 company