Information for G03271
Argentina's BCPC as a policy innovation to prevent conflict between suppliers, proccesors and supermarkets
This short article describes the Best Commercial Practices Code (BCPC) adopted in 2000 in Argentina by the leading actors of the private sector, with the support of the government, to improve the commercial relations between suppliers, processors and supermarkets. The article reviews the process leading to the approval of the Code, how the Code works in practice and the results and effects of this private sector policy.
This publication forms part of the Regoverning Markets project.