Exchange Fee Rates

for Industrial and Consumer Goods

A fee charged for the exchange auctions for ICG arrangement and conduction to the participants by the exchange is called the exchange fee and it is calculated as a rule as a percentage of the exchange transaction concluded. Its amount is determined by the exchange fee rate.

ICG Section has the following exchange fee rates for both parties of the transaction (seller and buyer):

  1. the seller and buyer (non-resident and resident, selling next goods: tanned leather or tanned leather from cattle skins (including buffaloes) or horses of the horse family, without hair, double or not, but without further processing (code 4104), leather, additionally treated after tanning or as a leather crust, including vines made of parchment, from skins of cattle (including buffaloes) or horses of the horse family, without hair, double or not, other than the skin of sale position 4114 (code 4107))  0.1% of the amount of transaction concluded (without VAT),
  2. the seller (non-resident and resident selling on domestic market, except cases in p.1 and p.3) 0.5% of the amount of transaction concluded (without VAT),
  3. the seller-resident of Belarus selling his goods to export (except cases in p.1)  0.25% of the amount of transaction concluded (without VAT),
  4. the buyer (except cases in p.1)  0.3% of the amount of transaction concluded (without VAT).

In case the goods remained unclaimed and the transaction was not concluded, the exchange fee is not to be charged to the parties.

The payment is made via a bank transfer to the account of the exchange.

Bank details for paying the exchange fee.