BRUSSELS READY TO TAKE ON UNFAIR TRADING PRACTICES IN THE B2B SUPPLY CHAIN

Major supermarket chains might face restrictions on the relationships they have with suppliers, if a new European Commission plan to fight unfair trading practices in the business-to-business food chain comes into force.Brussels published today a consultation paper asking for comments about the protection afforded to manufacturers and producers by national laws and whether they suffer from the impact of power imbalances on the EU retail market: “We look at gathering facts here, no decisions have been made,” said Claire Bury, director of capital and companies ...


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