Major shopping centers will not work on Christmas Day, and some have also decided not to work on the New Year's 1st day.
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Iki, Rimi, Maxima, Lidl and Norfa have decided to cut their opening time on Christmas Eve, and all shops, excluding Norfas, will be open for a shorter time on the second day of Christmas.

All shops will close several hours earlier on Dec 31. All Norfa, Lidl, some Rimi and Maxima shops will be closed on the New Year's 1st day, and Iki shops will close earlier.

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