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Tradelink fees for 2002


Tradelink announced on Dec 21 the approved fees and charges for its range of electronic services effective from Jan 1, 2002. All major services will have their prices reduced or frozen at their 2001 levels. For example, Tradelink's transaction charges for Restrained Textile Export Licence will be reduced from $75 to $65, and the charges for Import & Export Trade Declaration, Certificate of Origin and Production Notification will be frozen for 2002.

Fees & Charges (HK$)2001 Fees2002 Fees
Registration Fee
Free
Free
Annual Fee
468
468
Transaction Charges
Restrained Textiles
Export Licence Application
75
65
Certificate of Origin Application
15
15
Production Notification
16.10
16.10
Import or Export Declaration
Lodgement

12.90
12.90
Service Centre Charges*
Restrained Textiles Export Licence
Application/Certificate of Origin
-Full Submission
80
85.50
-Part submission
40
42.70
Production Notification/Import
or Export Declaration Lodgement

26.70
28.50
* The increase of service centre fees falls within the ranges agreed by the Hong Kong SAR Government.

Moreover, in ongoing efforts to help more customers switch to paperless electronic trading, Tradelink will waive the initial registration fee for new customers in 2002 and freeze the annual fee at its 2001 level.

Justin Yue, CEO of Tradelink, said, "We are very pleased to be able in a position to adopt an across the board price freeze/reduction and do our small part in helping Hong Kong's business community, at a time when the economy has yet to rebound."

Tradelink is a joint venture of the Hong Kong SAR Government and the private sector whose shareholders are all key players in the local trading community. Its mission is to promote the use and development of electronic commerce services in Hong Kong as an important means of helping the trading community to stay competitive internationally. Visit www.tradelink.com.hk.