Parliamentary inquiry into franchising code of conduct has not received a single submission from a franchisee

Franchisees have not made a single submission to a parliamentary inquiry into the sector, and some cite concerns that speaking out would violate agreements heavily weighted in favour of brand owners.

The inquiry, established last month by Nationals MP John Williams, was set up to scrutinise the relationship between master brand companies and the small businesses they licence to operate.

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