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Which countries have ditched daylight savings time?

26 March 2022

9:00 AM

26 March 2022

9:00 AM

Time for a change

A bill before the US Senate would abolish daylight saving time. Some countries which have previously practised daylight saving but no longer do so:

– Algeria (last changed clocks in 1981); Brazil (1932); China (1991); Colombia (1993); Egypt (2015); Falkland Islands (2010); Hong Kong (1979); Iceland (1968); India (1945); Indonesia (1963); Iraq (2007); Pakistan (2009); Peru (1994); Philippines (1990); Russia (2014); South Africa (1944);

South Korea (1988).

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