AsiaCenter not affected by Sunday closure law

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The AsiaCenter, located in the capital’s District XV will remain open seven days of the week despite legislation which comes into effect on March 15 and prohibits larger shops from remaining open on Sundays, the company announced in a press release yesterday. 

Given that many of shops at the center are smaller than 200 sqm, they are permitted by law to remain open on Sundays, and shop owners have the right to choose whether or not they wish to do so. AsiaCenter will be open every day from 10 am to 7 pm.

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