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The GRTU says shop owners are now free to open on most public holidays without needing to pay any fees or licenses.
26 March 2012, 12:00am
The GRTU explained that the government accepted its request to allow shops to open without needing to pay the special licence of €700.
Shop owners are now free to decide whether or not to open on 8 April (Easter Sunday), 1 May, 7 June, 29 June, 8 September and 21 September. The only exceptions are Good Friday and Santa Marija (15 August). Shops may also open on public holidays next year, including 10 February.
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