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Proxy Delhaize in Ghent not allowed to open every day

Proxy Delhaize in Ghent not allowed to open every day

The Proxy Delhaize in Ghent can no longer be open 24/7, until Ghent is designated as a tourist centre. The supermarket had unlawfully been open 7 days per week so far, but has now agreed to abide the law on Sunday openings. According to a survey, 83 out of 100 retailers in Ghent do not want Sunday openings.

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