Price increases are already expected to be high in 2023 in supermarkets.
But it could get even worse with the possible adoption of a bill by deputy Frédéric Descrozaille (Renaissance).
This includes several measures likely to further inflate the rise in prices.
Examined on Wednesday January 11 by the Economic Affairs Committee of the National Assembly, it provides that in the event of disagreement between distributors and suppliers during commercial negotiations, the tariff conditions of manufacturers will apply until the contract which binds the two parts be broken.
The period of notice can be very long and go up to one year
, underlines Jacques Creyssel, the general delegate of the Federation of commerce and distribution.
During this time, manufacturers' requests for price increases will apply on the shelves.
They vary from 10% to 25%.
It makes you wonder if the deputies are going to do their shopping.
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