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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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The Archipelago of the Poor is composed of numerous islands of congested and depressed rural, urban and 'peri-urban' communities.
Vietnam resolutely objects to China's recent activities in the Hoang Sa (Paracel) archipelago and reiterated Vietnam's sovereignty over the islands, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' spokeswoman Le Thi Thu Hang.
Her group of eight scientists, including experts in paleography and geomorphology, zoologists and botanists charted new maps of the archipelago and listed its rare species.
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The Canadian Arctic Archipelago, as a defining landscape of the Canadian persona, quickly becomes a flash point when international politics are at issue.
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Vietnam asked China to stop illegal activities in the areas around Vietnam's Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagoes.