Are distributor and supplier allowed to make price agreements?

In a distribution agreement, parties can lay down agreements on the price the distributor has to pay for the purchase of the supplier’s products and services. However, agreements regarding the resale price (the price the distributor charges for the products of the supplier) are not always permitted.

The supplier is allowed to impose on the distributor a maximum resale price or lay down a recommended price for resale. However, agreements on minimum prices or fixed resale prices are unlawful pricing agreements.