Politicians will today debate whether all shops in Jersey could be allowed to trade on a Sunday.
Currently, only smaller ones with an area under 700 square metres can open their doors, while larger shops have to remain closed.
If approved, those bigger businesses will not be forced to open, but will instead be given the choice to decide for themselves - something small businesses already have.
A survey last year revealed that 63% of shoppers would like to see Sunday trading introduced, and the Chamber of Commerce also backs the plans.
Senator Lyndon Farnham says that as well as having public support, the plans would also benefit businesses who are facing increased competition from the internet.
Sunday trading was introduced in Guernsey in 2015.
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