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I want to label a block of equations like that:

Label as I want it

The "AB" should not inflict the central alignment of the formula. I saw it a lot, but do not succeed on my own. Do I need to build boxes?

I used the alignat environment for the formula.

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amsmath's flalign environment stretches out the contents to be flush left and right. Here's how you can obtain your required output:

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\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{amsmath}% http://ctan.org/pkg/amsmath
\begin{document}
\begin{flalign}
(\text{AB}) && z_{\text{LP}} = \min \sum_{p \in P} c_p\lambda_p & & \phantom{(\text{AB})} \\
            && \text{subject to\quad} \sum_{p \in P} \mathbf{a}_b\lambda_b &\geq \mathbf{b} \\
            && \sum_{p \in P} \lambda_p &= 1 \\
            && \lambda_p &\geq 0
\end{flalign}
\end{document}

The additional \phantom{..} on the right side is to obtain the required centered position of the other equation components (as a counterpart to the left (AB)).

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