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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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36-37; and, "Designation of Certain Sea Lanes and Air Routes Thereabove through Indonesian Archipelagic Waters.
'What the Philippines should do is to pass the archipelagic sea lanes passage bill so the President can designate the sea lanes where foreign merchant ships and warships can pass,' Carpio said.
"We have to study it considering the context of an archipelagic country.
'Likewise, the country faces relatively high logistics cost over sales in the food sector, as it is expensive to transport food products within the Philippines given its archipelagic structure,' the study also claimed.
'Under UNCLOS, in the exercise by foreign merchant ships and warships of innocent passage thru the territorial sea or archipelagic waters, the coastal state cannot require prior permission or prior notification,' he said.
Section 1 of Article I National Territory of the proposed draft federal charter states: 'The Philippines has sovereignty over its territory, consisting of the islands and waters encompassed by its archipelagic baselines, its territorial sea, the seabed, the subsoil, the continental shelf, and its airspace.
As an archipelagic country, the Philippines has major sea ports that have been targeted by terrorists in the past, mostly coming from the Jemaah Islamiya.
Nograles also said they will raise a separate bill that will seek to establish the Philippines' archipelagic sea lanes.
As a maritime and archipelagic nation, our country is blessed with abundant natural resources and is one of the mega biodiverse countries in the world.
The EcoWaste Coalition has proposed the expedited enactment of a law banning single-use plastics as coastal cleanup activities are being held this month in observance of the Maritime and Archipelagic Nation Awareness Month.
Environmental group EcoWaste Coalition wants to expedite the passage of a law banning single-use plastics with massive coastal cleanup activities being held this September in observance of the Maritime and Archipelagic Nation Awareness Month.
The proposed wording for Section 1 states, 'The Philippines has sovereignty over its territory, consisting of the islands and waters encompassed by its archipelagic baselines, its territorial sea and its airspace.