The debate on extended retail openings in France

From France 24.

Doing business on Sunday in France may be coming. Groups are lined up on both sides of the issue. Will the spreading trend of acquiring stuff displace this more than one hundred year old law? Maybe this is just one way that tourist habits are creeping over local habits.

Also, one of France’s largest retailers has cut back how late it’s opened on Tuesdays.

The battle goes on…

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2 Responses to The debate on extended retail openings in France

  1. lanceleuven says:

    Interesting story. But I mainly wanted to comment on your latest banner photo. Ah, that takes me back. Proust! 🙂

    • suzykewct says:

      Me, too. The best I could manage today was a bottle of Karlovacko, a not-too-bad Croatian beer. It would have been more fun if accompanied by an oompah band and a drinking song or two? Ha!

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