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Domain Encyclopædia .pm - St. Pierre & Miquelon Brand Protection - .pm domain Registration.

American Domains: St. Pierre & Miquelon (.pm)


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.pm Registration:

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.pm is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Saint Pierre and Miquelon. This top-level domain is managed by the AFNIC (French Registry) but the registration services are currently suspended.

Background Information :

Not currently available.


January 2006 census 6,125 - Density 25/km2 (176th) 66/sq mi


(PPP) 2003 estimate - Total $48.3 million (226th) - Per capita $6,874 (not ranked)

National Anthem

La Marseillaise


Total 242 km2 (208th) 93.4 sq mi - Water (%) negligible

International Dialling Code



Euro (€)

Population type

Basque, Bretons (French fishermen)


Dependent territory - President of France Nicolas Sarkozy - President of the Territorial Council StȨphane Artano - Prefect Jean-Pierre Bercot Overseas collectivity of France - Ceded by the UK 30 May 1814 - Overseas territory 27 October 1946 - Overseas department 17 July 1976 - Territorial collectivity 11 June 1985 - Overseas collectivity 28 March 2003




: A Mare Labor (Latin) "From the Sea, Work"

Time Zone

PMST (UTC-3) - Summer (DST) PMDT (UTC-2) The Territorial Collectivity of Saint Pierre and Miquelon (French: CollectivitȨ territoriale de Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon) is a group of small islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, the main ones being Saint Pierre and Miquelon, south of Newfoundland, Canada. The islands are as close as 25 kilometres (16 mi) from Newfoundland.

Saint Pierre and Miquelon are part of France and the European Union, but due to special immigration procedures, EU nationals who are not French citizens are not allowed to exercise free movement and business establishment in the archipelago.

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