*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The bill for balanced trade relations in the agricultural and food sector does not merely lay the foundations for a reform of agricultural trade relations (see our commentary above). It also, and perhaps above all, in its articles 9 and 10, announces the future reform of Title IV of Book IV of the Commercial Code, i.e. of the ordinary law of commercial relations. In fact, the Government should shortly be authorised to carry out this reform by means of an ordinance, within six months (for measures falling under Article 9) or nine months (for those falling under Article 10) of the publication of the law. If things are done well, this is to be welcomed.
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