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KITA and Seegene Medical Foundation sign business agreement to support small and mid-sized companies
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KITA and Seegene Medical Foundation sign business agreement to support small and mid-sized companies
KITA and Seegene Medical Foundation sign business agreement to support small and mid-sized companies
KITA and Seegene Medical Foundation sign business agreement to support small and mid-sized companies

The Korea International Trade Association (Chairman: Christopher Koo) signed a business agreement with the Seegene Medical Foundation on April 28th at the Trade Tower in Samseong-dong, Seoul and announced that KITA members will be eligible to get a discount on Covid testing fees whenever their employees need to receive pre-departure Covid tests prior to making overseas business trips.


Although a handful of countries started to ease self-isolation requirements and quarantine procedures applied to inbound international passengers, major countries, including the U.S. and China still require a PCR test certificate or a Covid negative certificate from inbound international passengers. With an aim to financially support Korean trading companies to save on testing fees and to facilitate their business activities, KITA and the Seegene Medical Foundation decided to sign the business agreement.


KITA member companies can enjoy a 20% discount on three types of tests - real-time RT-PCR tests, RT-PCR tests/antibody tests required for entering China and rapid antigen tests, and they can obtain certificates available in English, Chinese and Japanese within five hours of testing.
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