Commercial cooperation : The "Jacob" bill considers an important reform of the commercial cooperation

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Speech by D. Ferré, Colloque Petites Affiches, 22 March 2005 The framework for commercial cooperation is one of the major objectives of the reform of the Galland Act undertaken by the Government. With the reform of the method for calculating the threshold for resale at a loss, the Government wishes to ensure a "modernization of commercial relations" and more prosaically to bring economic operators, suppliers and distributors to a significant drop in consumer [1]prices. The reasons for the government's interest in reforming trade cooperation are well known. Until 1996, the balance established by economic operators between conditions of sale and

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