1. Business-to-Business unfair trading practices Independent Retail Europe members are the final link in the supply chain to consumers and will be affected by the policy outcomes of discussions related to supply chain behaviour.
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  2. Official Controls of Food and Feed As fees (potentially to be paid by supply chain operators) can be significant for groups of independent retailers, Independent Retail Europe advocates that Member States should adopt fee systems that are fair and affordable.
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  3. Horizontal and vertical operational flexibilty Certain types of agreements are indispensible to the functioning of groups of independent retailers. They have many pro-competitive effects, undoubtedly benefitting consumers.
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  4. Product Safety Members of Independent Retail Europe are deeply committed to ensuring that only safe products are on the market. This is essential for their relationships with customers and their reputation.
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  5. European Retail Action Plan In its European Retail Action Plan, the European Commission acknowledges the importance of groups of independent retailers in the EU retail market.
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  • Micro and small enterprises have easier access to the Supply Chain Initiative

    In order to encourage micro and small enterprises to join the Supply Chain Initiative (SCI), the Governance Group has decided to further simplify the procedure for their registration.

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  • Independent Retail Europe cooperates with ECB on a new €20 banknote

    Frankfurt - Independent Retail Europe signed on 23 July a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the European Central Bank (ECB) and more than 45 other partners to raise awareness of a €20 banknote to be introduced in November.

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  • Did you know that Independent Retail Europe celebrated its 50th birthday this year?

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