The Finnish Competition and Consumer Authority concludes that contract practices and regulation put at disadvantage primary producers within the food supply chain

Finnish Competition and Consumer Authority study: contract practices and regulation put primary producers in a difficult position in the food supply chain The position of primary producers in the food supply chain is made more difficult both by tight regulation and groceries trade and food industry contract practices that are questionable in terms of effective competition, concludes a study published by the Finnish Competition and Consumer Authority today. This report follows on a study on buyer power in groceries trade published by the Authority in January 2012, which highlighted trade practices that are questionable in terms of effective competition. In part, these practices also appear to be detrimental from the perspective of primary

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Finnish Competition Authority, The Finnish Competition and Consumer Authority concludes that contract practices and regulation put at disadvantage primary producers within the food supply chain, 10 January 2012, e-Competitions Buyer power in agreements and abuse of market power, Art. N° 58264

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