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South Australian independent retailers have called on the government to scrap its proposed deregulation of shop trading hours, which they say will hurt local business.

The Liberal government has introduced a bill that would allow shops flexibility in their opening hours, but it hasn’t yet passed state parliament.

‘The uncertainty surrounding shop trading hours is hurting South Australia’s family-owned small businesses,’ SA Independent Retailers chief Colin Shearing said on Monday.