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Daylight saving time by country

Daylight saving time by country as of September 2017
  Northern hemisphere summer
  Southern hemisphere summer
  Never used daylight saving
  Formerly used daylight saving

Most areas in North America and Europe, and some areas in the Middle East, observe daylight saving time (DST), while most areas of Africa and Asia do not. In South America, most countries in the north of the continent near the equator do not observe DST, while Paraguay and southern parts of Brazil do. The practice of observing daylight saving time in Oceania is also mixed, with New Zealand and parts of southeastern Australia observing DST, while most other areas do not.

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Observance as of 2018Edit

Country/Territory Continent Hemisphere DST start
DST end
Notes and other mentions[1]
  Afghanistan Asia Northern Does not observe DST
  Akrotiri and Dhekelia (UK) Europe Northern Last Sunday March Last Sunday October
  Albania Europe Northern Last Sunday March Last Sunday October Observed DST in 1940–1943, and since 1974.
  Algeria Africa Northern Observed DST in 1916–1921, in the autumn of 1939, in 1944–1945, 1971, 1977–1978 and 1980–1981.
  American Samoa (US) Oceania Southern Does not observe DST
  Andorra Europe Northern Last Sunday March Last Sunday October Observed DST since 1985.
  Angola Africa Southern Does not observe DST
  Anguilla (UK) Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Antigua and Barbuda Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Argentina South America Southern Observed DST in 1930–1969, 1974, 1988–2000, 2007–2009.
  Armenia Europe/Asia Northern Observed DST in 1981–1995, 1997–2011.[2]
  Aruba (NL) Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Australia Oceania Southern First Sunday October First Sunday April

DST used only in   Australian Capital Territory,   Jervis Bay Territory,   New South Wales,   Victoria,   Tasmania,   South Australia

  Austria Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916–1918, 1920, 1940–1948 (as part of Germany between 1940–1945) and since 1980.
  Azerbaijan Europe/Asia Northern Observed DST in 1981–1989, 1990–1992 and 1996–2015
  Bahamas North America Northern Second Sunday March First Sunday November Observed DST since 1964.
  Bahrain Asia Northern Does not observe DST
  Bangladesh Asia Northern Observed DST during World War 2 from 1942–1945 as a part of the Bengal Presidency of India. Also observed in 2009.
  Barbados Central America Northern Observed DST from 1977–1980.
  Belarus Europe Northern Observed DST in 1941–1944, 1981–2010.
  Belgium Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916–1940, 1942–1946 and since 1977.
  Belize Central America Northern Observed DST in 1973–1974 and 1982–1983.
  Benin Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Bermuda (UK) North America Northern Second Sunday March First Sunday November Observed DST since 1974.
  Bhutan Asia Northern Does not observe DST
  Bolivia South America Southern Observed DST in 1931–1932.
  Bonaire (NL) Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Bosnia and Herzegovina Europe Northern Last Sunday March Last Sunday October Observed DST in 1916–1918 when it was a part of   Austria-Hungary, in 1941–1945 and since 1983 when it was part of the   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
  Botswana Africa Southern Observed DST in 1943–1944.
  Brazil South America Southern & Northern First Sunday November at 12:00 am Third Sunday February at 12:00 am

DST end delays one week during Carnival week. Only these south and central states use DST:   São Paulo,   Rio de Janeiro,   Federal District Brasilia,   Santa Catarina,   Paraná,   Goiás,   Rio Grande do Sul,   Mato Grosso do Sul,   Espírito Santo,   Minas Gerais and   Mato Grosso (some exceptions).[3]

  British Virgin Islands (UK) Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Brunei Asia Northern Does not observe DST
  Bulgaria Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1943–1944 and since 1979.
  Burkina Faso Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Burma Asia Northern Does not observe DST
  Burundi Africa Southern Does not observe DST
  Cambodia Asia Northern Does not observe DST
  Cameroon Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Canada North America Northern Second Sunday March at 2:00 a.m. (for most of Canada) First Sunday November at 2:00 a.m. (for most of Canada)

Some regions in   Quebec, east of 63° west longitude, most of   Saskatchewan, and some areas in   British Columbia and   Nunavut (Southampton Island) do not observe DST. Saskatchewan, however, observes Central Time even though it is located in the Mountain Time Zone, meaning it effectively observes DST year round.[4]

  Cape Verde Africa Northern Observed DST in 1942–1945.
  Cayman Islands (UK) Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Central African Republic Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Chad Africa Northern Observed DST in winter 1979–1980.
  Chile South America Southern First Sunday September First Sunday April Observed DST in 1927–1946 (excluding   Easter Island which observed it in 1932–1946) and from 1968–2015. Chile observed year-round DST in 2015, but reintroduced regular DST in 2016. Magallanes Province does not observe DST since December 2016.
  China Asia Northern Observed DST in 1940–1941,1986–1991.
  Christmas Island (AU) Asia Southern Does not observe DST
  Cocos (Keeling) Islands (AU) Asia Southern Does not observe DST
  Colombia South America Northern & Southern Observed DST in 1992–1993.
  Comoros Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Cook Islands Oceania Southern Observed DST in 1978–1991.
  Republic of the Congo Africa Northern & Southern Does not observe DST
  Costa Rica Central America Northern Observed DST in 1954, 1979–1980 and 1991–1992.
  Croatia Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916–1918 when it was a part of   Austria-Hungary, in 1941–1945 and since 1983.
  Cuba Central America Northern Second Sunday March First Sunday November Observed DST in 1928, 1940–1942, 1945–1946 and since 1965.
  Curacao (NL) Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Cyprus Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST since 1975.   Northern Cyprus maintained permanent DST from September 2016 to October 2017.[5]
  Czech Republic Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916–1918, 1940–1949 and since 1979.
  Democratic Republic of Congo Africa Northern & Southern Does not observe DST
  Denmark Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916, 1940–1948 and since 1980.
  Djibouti Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Dominica Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Dominican Republic Central America Northern Observed DST in 1966–1967, 1969–1974.
  East Timor Asia Southern Does not observe DST
  Ecuador South America Southern & Northern Does not observe DST
  Egypt Africa/Asia Northern Observed DST in 1940–1945, 1957–2010 and 2014–2015. An attempt to restore daylight saving after Ramadan was rejected by the Egyptian parliament on July 4, 2016 and currently has no plans to use DST in the future.
  El Salvador Central America Northern Observed DST in 1987–1988.
  Equatorial Guinea Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Eritrea Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Estonia Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1918, 1940–1944, 1981–1988, 1997–1999 and since 2002.
  Ethiopia Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Faroe Islands (DK) Europe Northern Last Sunday March Last Sunday October Observed DST since 1981.
  Falkland Islands (UK) South America Southern Observed DST in 1937–1942 and 1983–2010.
  Fiji Oceania Southern First Sunday November Third Sunday January Observed DST in 1998–2000 and since 2009.
  Finland Europe Northern Last Sunday March Last Sunday October Observed DST in 1942 and since 1981.
  France Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916–1945 and since 1976.
  French Guiana (FR) South America Northern Does not observe DST
  French Polynesia (FR) Oceania Southern Does not observe DST
  French Southern and Antarctic Lands (FR) Antarctica Southern Does not observe DST
  Gabon Africa Northern & Southern Does not observe DST
  The Gambia Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Georgia (country) Europe Northern Observed DST in 1981–2005.
  Germany Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916–1918, 1940–1949, and since 1980.
  Ghana Africa Northern Observed DST from 1936–1942.
  Greece Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916–1918 and since 1971.
  Greenland (DK) North America Northern Saturday before last Sunday March at 22:00 local time on Saturday before last Sunday October at 23:00 local time on Observed DST since 1980.

Follows European Union practice as part of the Kingdom of Denmark, hence start & end times correspond to 01:00 UTC on the respective Sunday. See Daylight saving time in the Americas—Greenland Qaanaaq uses US and Canada rules. Danmarkshavn has not observed DST since 1995.

  Grenada Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Guadeloupe (FR) Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Guam (US) Oceania Northern Does not observe DST
  Guatemala Central America Northern Observed DST in 1973–1974, 1983, 1991 and 2006.
  Guernsey (UK) Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916–1968 and since 1972.
  Guinea Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Guinea-Bissau Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Guyana South America Northern Does not observe DST
  Haiti Central America Northern Second Sunday March First Sunday November Observed DST in 1983–1997, 2005–2006, 2012–2015 and since 2017.
  Heard and McDonald Islands (AU) Antarctica Southern Does not observe DST
  Holy See Europe Northern Last Sunday March Last Sunday October Observed DST in 1916–1920, 1940–1948 and since 1966.
  Honduras Central America Northern Observed DST in 1987–1988 and 2006 .
  Hong Kong (CN) Asia Northern Observed DST in 1941, 1945–1976 and 1979.
  Hungary Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916–1920, 1941–1950, 1954–1957 and since 1980.

The government considered to abolish DST in 2017, moving Hungary to the UTC+2 (EET) year-round,[6] but there are no official plans to do so yet. This would be problematic considering DST switch is coordinated on an EU level.

  Iceland Europe Northern Observed DST in 1917–1918 and 1939–1968.
  India Asia Northern Observed DST during World War 2, from 1942–1945.
  Indonesia Asia/Oceania Northern & Southern Jakarta observed DST in 1948–1950.
  Iraq Asia Northern Observed DST in 1982–2007.
  Iran Asia Northern March 21–22 September 21–22 Observed DST in 1977–1980, 1991–2005 and since 2008.
  Republic of Ireland Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916–1968 and since 1972.
  Isle of Man (UK) Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916–1968 and since 1972.
  Israel Asia Northern Friday before last Sunday March Last Sunday October Observed DST in 1940–1946, 1948–1957, 1974–1975 and since 1985.
  Italy Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916–1920, 1940–1948 and since 1966.
  Ivory Coast Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Jamaica Central America Northern Observed DST in 1974–1983.
  Japan Asia Northern Observed DST in 1948–1951
  Jersey (UK) Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916–1968 and since 1971.
  Jordan Asia Northern Last Friday March Last Friday October Observed DST in 1973–1979 and 1985–2011. In 2012 changed time zone to UTC+3, effectively going on permanent DST. Returned to UTC+2 on Dec 20, 2013, and has observed DST since 2014.
  Kazakhstan Asia/Europe Northern Observed DST in 1981–1990 and 1992–2004.
  Kenya Africa Northern & Southern Does not observe DST
  Kiribati Oceania Southern & Northern Does not observe DST
  Kosovo Europe Northern Last Sunday March Last Sunday October Observed DST since 1983.
  Kuwait Asia Northern Does not observe DST
  Kyrgyzstan Asia Northern Observed DST in 1981–2005.
  Laos Asia Northern Does not observe DST
  Latvia Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1918–1919, 1941–1944 and since 1981.
  Lebanon Asia Northern Last Sunday March Last Sunday October Observed DST in 1920–1923, 1957–1961, 1972–1978 and since 1984.
  Lesotho Africa Southern Observed DST in 1943–1944.
  Liberia Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Libya Africa Northern Observed DST in 1951–1959, 1982–1989, 1996–1997 and 2012–2013.
  Liechtenstein Europe Northern Last Sunday March Last Sunday October Observed DST since 1981.
  Lithuania Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1941–1944, 1981–1999 and since 2003.
  Luxembourg Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916–1946 and since 1977.
  Macau (CN) Asia Northern Observed DST in 1961–1980.
  Republic of Macedonia Europe Northern Last Sunday March Last Sunday October Observed DST in 1941–1945 and since 1983 when it was part of the   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
  Madagascar Africa Southern Observed DST in 1954.
  Malawi Africa Southern Does not observe DST
  Malaysia Asia Northern -Observed DST in 1933–1981

The time zone in Malaysia has changed and varied a lot in the past

  Maldives Asia Northern Does not observe DST
  Mali Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Malta Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916–1920, 1940–1948 and since 1966.
  Marshall Islands Oceania Northern Does not observe DST
  Martinique (FR) Central America Northern Observed DST in 1980. Currently Does not observe DST.
  Mauritania Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Mauritius Africa Southern Observed DST in 1982–1983 and 2008–2009.
  Mexico North America Northern First Sunday April Last Sunday October Has observed DST since 1996, but   Baja California has observed DST since 1976.   Sonora discontinued the observance in 1997 and   Quintana Roo in 2014. Durango, Coahuila, Nuevo León and Tamaulipas observed DST in 1988. Locations less than 20 km from the US border use U.S. DST.   Baja California also uses the U.S. DST. [7]
  Federated States of Micronesia Oceania Northern Does not observe DST
  Midway Atoll (US) Oceania Northern Observed DST in 1956.
  Moldova Europe Northern Last Sunday March Last Sunday October Observed DST in 1932–1944, 1981–1989 and since 1991.
  Monaco Europe Northern Last Sunday March Last Sunday October Observed DST in 1916–1945 and since 1976.
  Mongolia Asia Northern Observed DST in 1983–1998, 2001–2006 and 2015–2016.
  Montenegro Europe Northern Last Sunday March Last Sunday October Observed DST 1941–1945 and since 1983 when it was part of the   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
  Montserrat (UK) Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Morocco Africa Northern Last Sunday March Last Sunday October Observed DST in 1939–1945, 1950, 1967, 1974, 1974–1976 and since 2008. DST stops during Ramadan.
  Mozambique Africa Southern Does not observe DST
  Namibia Africa Southern Observed DST in 1942–1943. Does not observe DST but implemented winter time in 1994 in all regions except Zambezi.[8]

DST was removed in 2017.

  Nauru Oceania Southern Does not observe DST
    Nepal Asia Northern Does not observe DST
  Netherlands Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916–1945 and since 1977.
  New Caledonia (FR) Oceania Southern Observed DST in 1977–1979 and 1996–1997.
  New Zealand Oceania Southern Last Sunday September First Sunday April Observed DST in 1927–1946 and since 1974.
  Nicaragua Central America Northern Observed DST in 1973–1975, 1979–1980, 1992–1994 and 2005–2006.
  Niger Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Nigeria Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Niue Oceania Southern Does not observe DST
  North Korea Asia Northern Does not observe DST
  Northern Mariana Islands (US) Oceania Northern Does not observe DST
  Norway Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916, 1940–1945, 1959–1965 and since 1980.

Follows European Union practice, although not a member.

  Oman Asia Northern Does not observe DST
  Pakistan Asia Northern Observed DST in 1942–1945 as a part of   British Raj. Also observed in 2002 and from 2008–2009.
  Palau Oceania Northern Does not observe DST
  Panama Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Papua New Guinea Oceania Southern Does not observe DST
  Paraguay South America Southern First Sunday October Fourth Sunday March Observed DST since 1975. Current start and end dates last updated in 2013.
  Peru South America Southern Observed DST in 1938–1940, 1986–1987, 1990 and 1994.
  Philippines Asia Northern Observed DST in 1936–1937, 1954, 1978 and 1990.
  Pitcairn Islands (UK) Oceania Southern Does not observe DST
  Poland Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916–1919, 1940–1949, 1957–1964 and since 1977.
  Portugal Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916–1921, 1924, 1926–1929, 1931–1932, 1934–1949, 1951–1965 and since 1977.
  Puerto Rico (US) Central America Northern Observed DST in 1942–1945.
  Qatar Asia Northern Does not observe DST
  Romania Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1932–1939 and since 1979.
  Russia Asia/Europe Northern Observed DST in 1917–1919, 1921 (some areas) and 1981–2010. In 2011–2014, used permanent DST. In 2014, left permanent DST and switched to permanent standard time.[9]
  Rwanda Africa Southern Does not observe DST
  Saba (NL) Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Samoa Oceania Southern Last Sunday September First Sunday April Observed DST since 2010.
  Saint Barthélemy (FR) Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Saint Kitts and Nevis Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha (UK) Africa/South America Southern Does not observe DST
  Saint Lucia Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Saint Martin (FR) Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Saint Pierre and Miquelon (FR) North America Northern Second Sunday March First Sunday November Observed DST since 1987.
  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  San Marino Europe Northern Last Sunday March Last Sunday of October Observed DST in 1916–1920, 1940–1948 and since 1966.
  São Tomé and Príncipe Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Saudi Arabia Asia Northern Does not observe DST
  Senegal Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Serbia Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1941–1945 and since 1983 (did not observe DST as part of Yugoslavia, from 1918–1941, and 1945–1983).
  Seychelles Africa Southern Does not observe DST
  Sierra Leone Africa Northern Observed DST in 1935–1942 and 1957–1962.
  Singapore Asia Northern Observed DST in 1933–1935 by adding 20 minutes to standard time. On January 1, 1936, country changed their time zone to UTC+07:20.[10]
  Sint Eustatius (NL) Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Sint Maarten (NL) Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Slovakia Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916–1918, 1940–1949 and since 1979.
  Slovenia Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1916–1918 when it was a part of   Austria-Hungary, in 1941–1945 and since 1983.
  Solomon Islands Oceania Southern Does not observe DST
  Somalia Africa Northern & Southern Does not observe DST
  South Africa Africa Southern Observed DST in 1942–1944.
  South Georgia Islands (UK) Antarctica Southern Does not observe DST
  South Korea Asia Northern Observed DST in 1948–1951, 1955–1960 and 1987–1988.
  South Sandwich Islands (UK) Antarctica Southern Does not observe DST
  South Sudan Africa Northern Observed DST in 1970–1985.
  Spain Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1917–1919, 1924, 1926–1929, 1937–1946, 1949 and since 1974. On   Canary Islands DST observed since 1980.
  Sri Lanka Asia Northern Observed DST during the Second World War, from 1942–1945 just as the rest of the Indian subcontinent.
  Sudan Africa Northern Observed DST in 1970–1985.
  Suriname South America Northern Does not observe DST
  Swaziland Africa Southern Does not observe DST
  Sweden Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST 15 May–30 September 1916, in a test run.

Observed DST since 1980.
1980 first Sunday of April to last Sunday of September.
1981–1995 last Sunday of March to last Sunday of September.
Since 1996 last Sunday of March to last Sunday of October.

   Switzerland Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST in 1941–1942 and since 1981.

Follows European Union practice, although not a member.

  Syria Asia Northern Last Friday March Last Friday October Observed DST in 1920–1923, 1962–1968 and since 1983.
  Tajikistan Asia Northern Observed DST in 1981–1991.
  Taiwan Asia Northern Observed DST in 1945–1962, 1974, 1975 and 1979.
  Tanzania Africa Southern Does not observe DST
  Thailand Asia Northern Does not observe DST
  Tokelau (NZ) Oceania Southern Does not observe DST
  Togo Africa Northern Does not observe DST
  Tonga Oceania Southern Observed DST from 1999–2002 and 2016-2017.
  Trinidad and Tobago Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Tunisia Africa Northern Observed DST in 1939–1945, 1977–1978, 1988–1990 and 2005–2008.
  Turkey Europe/Asia Northern Observed DST in 1916, 1920–1922, 1924–1925, 1940–1942, 1945–1951, 1962, 1964, 1970–1983 and 1985–2016.

Followed European Union practice, although was not a member. In 2016, Turkey joined the UTC+3 timezone.

  Turkmenistan Asia Northern Observed DST in 1981–1991.
  Tuvalu Oceania Southern Does not observe DST
  Turks and Caicos (UK) Central America Northern Observed DST in 1979–2014.
  Uganda Africa Northern & Southern Does not observe DST
  Ukraine Europe Northern Last Sunday March Last Sunday October Observed DST in 1941–1943, 1981–1989 and since 1992.
  United Arab Emirates Asia Northern Does not observe DST
  United Kingdom Europe Northern Last Sunday March at 01:00 UTC Last Sunday October at 01:00 UTC Observed DST (commonly referred to as British Summer Time (BST)) since 1916.

Year-round Summer Time (BST) + Double Summer Time (BDST) 1940–1945. Two-stage Double Summer Time (BDST) 1947. Year-round Summer Time (BST) 1968–1971.

  United States North America Northern Second Sunday March First Sunday November   Arizona (except the   Navajo Nation) and   Hawaii do not use DST.[4]

Year-round DST observed 1942-1945, and 1974-1975.

  United States Virgin Islands (US) Central America Northern Does not observe DST
  Uruguay South America Southern Observed DST in 1923–1926, 1933–1943, 1959–1960, 1965–1970, 1972, 1974–1980, 1987–1993 and 2004–2015.[11]
  Uzbekistan Asia Northern Observed DST in 1981–1991.
  Vanuatu Oceania Southern Observed DST in 1983–1993.
  Venezuela South America Northern Does not observe DST
  Vietnam Asia Northern Does not observe DST
  Wallis and Futuna (FR) Oceania Southern Does not observe DST
  Western Sahara Africa Northern Last Sunday March Last Sunday October Observed DST since 2008. DST is stopped during Ramadan. Only areas controlled by   Morocco use DST.
  Yemen Asia Northern Does not observe DST
  Zambia Africa Southern Does not observe DST
  Zimbabwe Africa Southern Does not observe DST

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "The World Clock". timeanddate.com. Retrieved 26 February 2013. . Detailed information about the history of DST in each country can be found under the relevant section of this website, and can be referred to for information in this chart unless otherwise specified.
  2. ^ "Clock changes in Yerevan". World Clock. timeanddate.com. Retrieved 20 February 2013. 
  3. ^ "Sunday, February 17, 2013: Brazil ends Daylight Saving Time". Time Zone News. timeanddate.com. Retrieved 20 February 2013. 
  4. ^ a b "Sunday, March 10: Daylight Saving Time Begins in USA & Canada". Time Zone News. timeanddate.com. Retrieved 20 February 2013. 
  5. ^ Time Zone in North Nicosia, Northern Cyprus, Timeanddate.com.
  6. ^ "Hírkereső - A hírek itt kezdődnek!". Hirkereso. 
  7. ^ "Hora Oficial en los Estados Unidos Mexicanos". Centro Naciona de Metrología. Retrieved 2014-05-01. 
  8. ^ "GRN evaluates winter time change". New Era. 24 March 2016. p. 1. 
  9. ^ "Russia returns to permanent Standard Time". timeanddate.com. Retrieved 25 October 2014. 
  10. ^ "Time zone in Singapore". Daylight Saving Time. timeanddate.com. Retrieved 21 February 2013. 
  11. ^ "No habrá cambio de hora este verano". 

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