Mexico’s Clock Sets Back in a Week

As reported by Banderas News, Daylight Savings Time 2019 ends on Sunday, October 27, which does not coincide with the time shift in the US, Sunday, November 3. Mexico originally adopted Daylight Savings, known as horario de verano (summer schedule) in 1996 to coincide with the US and to increase economic ties with our northern neighbor. However, the US modified their schedule in 2007 and Mexico chose not to follow suit.

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