Spain might put the clocks back to boost the country's economy

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    Madrid - We're not actually talking about going back in time here, but Spanish lawmakers proposed on Thursday switching the country to a more appropriate time zone to make sleeping and eating times more regular, workers more productive.

    Spanish time currently runs one hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) in winter, and two hours ahead of GMT in summer. This applies to the whole country with the exception of the Canary Islands out in the Atlantic ocean.

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