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Hong Kong Public Libraries to be reopened from 29 September resuming normal opening hours

The Hong Kong Central Library (HKCL), six major libraries and 31 district libraries have been reopened earlier (17 Sep).  From 29 September, all other 32 small libraries and mobile libraries will resume service. All reopened public libraries and their students’ study rooms will resume normal opening hours. To help ensure public safety, libraries will continue to implement precautionary measures, including arrangement of cleaning sessions. Please refer to the Details.

With the resumption of book drop service, self-service library stations and reopening of all libraries with normal opening hours, counting of overdue fines shall be resumed from 19 October 2020. Readers are advised to return the overdue items in order not to incur overdue fines.

World Trade Organization Depository Collection

Start date:

August 1993 

Coverage: Every new English publication, excluding protocols and tariff schedules, published by the WTO (formerly the GATT).
Location: Central Reference Library , 8/F of Hong Kong Central Library
Type: Reference Material, available for public use in the library
Introduction: The World Trade Organization, formerly the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, was established in 1955 with the mission of liberalizing world trade and administering new global trade rules. Its depository collection, started in August 1993, contains some 300 English publications, excluding protocols and tariff schedules.
Related links:

The World Trade Organization Homepage at http://www.wto.org/
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Enquiries:

Please call (852) 2921 0222 or using the Ask a Librarian – Internet Reference Enquiry Service .