By  on December 5, 2013

PARIS — A bill meant to allow retailers to stay open later in France was voted down in the country’s National Assembly here Thursday.

Proposed by the UMP party, the bill sought authorization for stores staying open later at night in zones with exceptionally heavy tourist traffic or permanent cultural activity. It also called for additional compensation for employees working at night.

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