China News Service, June 29th, the website of the China Securities Regulatory Commission reported on the 29th that the China Securities Regulatory Commission has decided to further reduce the transaction costs of the exchange bond market, exempt private enterprises from bond financing transaction fees, and continue to improve the ability to serve the real economy.

  At present, various fees have been temporarily waived for listing and listing on the exchange market.

This time, the China Securities Regulatory Commission instructed the Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges and China Clearing to temporarily waive bond transaction handling fees, settlement fees and service fees for private enterprise bond issuers.

After the implementation of the fee reduction and exemption policy, all business links in the exchange market will not charge fees related to private enterprise bonds, and the average annual reduction and exemption is expected to reach 160 million yuan.

  In the next step, the China Securities Regulatory Commission will continue to implement the decisions and deployments of the CPC Central Committee and the State Council, continue to improve the bond financing support mechanism for private enterprises, gather all parties to work together, and give full play to the positive role of the capital market in supporting the development of private enterprises and stabilizing the macroeconomic market.

(Zhongxin Finance)