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Slovak bakers’ association backs bill to limit retailers’ profit margins

Bakers say the measure is a positive step towards combating unfair commercial practices by local retail chains.

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Slovakia’s Council of Bakers (RPSR) has declared its support for a controversial draft bill by Slovakia’s co-ruling Most–Híd party that is to limit the maximum profit margins of comparable food products sold by Slovak retailers.


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