Areas that are not concluded at the signing of this Master plan will constitute a built-in agenda of the Master plan with outcomes evaluated as part of the review process. The social partners will need to determine the overall shape of the negotiations and the level of ambition, whether new issues, over and above the unfinished business, are introduced. There are various legislation issues and specifics of public-private partnerships and labour regulation. These may require further analysis and new innovative approaches to find practical methods of giving credible expression to labour rights in a wide range of farming units, not to mention the financial difficulties different types of farming units face. By establishing a social compact, the AAMP intends to stimulate growth in the sector, provide greater inclusion, and ensure that work practices modernise and safeguard employees’ well-being.