Individual Fees under the Madrid Protocol

(in Swiss francs - Status on October 6, 2011)

The following fees are payable in place of complementary fees when the Contracting Parties mentioned below are designated under the Protocol (see Schedule of Fees under the Regulations, items 2.4, 3.4, 5.3 and 6.4):

 1. Designations made in the international application or subsequent to the international registration 

Armenia 221
22
for one class
for each additional class
Australia 343 for each class of goods or services
Bahrain 274
274
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
  297
297
for one class
for each additional class
Belarus 600
50
for three classes
for each additional class
Benelux  211
21
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  301
21
for three classes
for each additional class
Bonaire, Saint Eustatius and Saba 195
20
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  279
20
for three classes
for each additional class
Bulgaria 477
43
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
  839
87
for three classes
for each additional class
  as from November 6, 2011:
  366
33
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
  643
67
for three classes
for each additional class
China 310
155
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  929
465
for one class
for each additional class
  as from November 6, 2011:
  249
125
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  747
374
for one class
for each additional class
Cuba First Part:
238
95
for three classes
for each additional class
  Second Part:
  133 independent of the number of classes
Curaçao 272
28
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  540
55
for three classes
for each additional class
Denmark 419
107
for three classes
for each additional class
Estonia 176
56
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  240
56
for three classes
for each additional class
European Union 1111
192
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  2070
383
for three classes
for each additional class
Finland 279
100
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  378
100
for three classes
for each additional class
Georgia 265
93
for one class
for each additional class
Ghana First Part:
129
129
for one class
for each additional class
  Second Part:
86
86
for one class
for each additional class
Greece 159
40
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  797
199
for one class
for each additional class
Iceland 180
41
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  180
41
for one class
for each additional class
Ireland 325
93
for one class
for each additional class
Israel 416
312
for one class
for each additional class
Italy 121
41
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  403 independent of the number of classes
Japan First Part:
116
89
for one class
for each additional class
  Second Part:
  387 for each class of goods or services
Kyrgyzstan 340
160
for one class
for each additional class
Norway 345
107
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  345
107
for three classes
for each additional class
Oman 484
484
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
  1211
1211
for one class
for each additional class
Republic of Korea 233 for each class of goods or services
Republic of Moldova 307
64
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  370
64
for one class
for each additional class
San Marino 205
55
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  368
96
for three classes
for each additional class
Singapore 247 for each class
Sweden 199
99
for one class
for each additional class
Switzerland 350
50
for three classes
for each additional class
Syrian Arab Republic 438
219
for one class
for each additional class
Tajikistan 230
14
for one class
for each additional class
Turkey 302
59
for one class
for each additional class
Turkmenistan 171
86
for one class
for each additional class
Ukraine 429
86
for three classes
for each additional class
United Kingdom 262
73
for one class
for each additional class
United States of America 279
279
for one class
for each additional class
Uzbekistan 1028
103
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  1543
154
for one class
for each additional class
Viet Nam 101
84
for one class
for each additional class


 2. Renewal

Armenia 221
22
for one class
for each additional class
Australia 278 for each class of goods or services
Bahrain 137
137
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
  137
137
for one class
for each additional class
Belarus 700 independent of the number of classes
Benelux 345
61
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  629
61
for three classes
for each additional class
Bonaire, Saint Eustatius and Saba 319
56
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  581
56
for three classes
for each additional class
Bulgaria 217
43
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
  434
87
for three classes
for each additional class
  as from November 6, 2011:
  166
33
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
  333
67
for three classes
for each additional class
China 620
310
for one class
for each additional class
  as from November 6, 2011:
  498
249
for one class
for each additional class
Cuba 285 independent of the number of classes
Curaçao 272
28
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  540
55
for three classes
for each additional class
Denmark 419
107
for three classes
for each additional class
Estonia 224 independent of the number of classes
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  280 independent of the number of classes
European Union 1533
511
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  3449
1022
for three classes
for each additional class
Finland 305
159
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  432
159
for three classes
for each additional class
Georgia 265
93
for one class
for each additional class
Ghana 291
291
for one class
for each additional class
Greece 159
40
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  797
199
for one class
for each additional class
Iceland 180
41
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  180
41
for one class
for each additional class
Ireland 332
166
for one class
for each additional class
Israel 742
626
for one class
for each additional class
Italy 80
41
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  241 independent of the number of classes
Japan 500 for each class of goods or services
Kyrgyzstan 500 independent of the number of classes
Norway 345
107
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  345
107
for three classes
for each additional class
Oman 727
727
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
  1453
1453
for one class
for each additional class
Republic of Korea 266 for each class of goods or services
Republic of Moldova 319
64
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  511
64
for one class
for each additional class
San Marino 205
55
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  368
96
for three classes
for each additional class
Singapore 196 for each class
Sweden 199
99
for one class
for each additional class
Switzerland 350 independent of the number of classes
Syrian Arab Republic 438
219
for one class
for each additional class
Tajikistan 230
14
for one class
for each additional class
Turkey 296 independent of the number of classes
Turkmenistan 171
86
for one class
for each additional class
Ukraine 429 independent of the number of classes
United Kingdom 291
73
for one class
for each additional class
United States of America 343
343
for one class
for each additional class
Uzbekistan 514
51
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  1028
103
for one class
for each additional class
Viet Nam 91
80
for one class
for each additional class


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A spreadsheet for calculating the fees (including individual fees) payable in respect of international applications, subsequent designations and renewals is available at the following address: (http://www.wipo.int/madrid/en/fees/).

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