Norway - Sunday trading will not get through parliament - January 31, 2018

It is quite probable that a proposal to open more possibilities on Sunday trading will be blocked. The opposition in parliament will vote for the continuation of restrictions against stores trading on Sundays and will thus keep trade limits in place. The current public holiday law means many retailers are required to remain closed on Sundays, as well as public holidays like the Christmas and Easter holidays. Stores with an area of under 100 square metres, as well as petrol stations and florists, are allowed to open on Sundays.

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