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  56 # (See the 'europe' file for a fuller citation.)
  57 #
  58 # A reliable and entertaining source about time zones is
  59 # Derek Howse, Greenwich time and longitude, Philip Wilson Publishers (1997).
  60 #
  61 # The following alphabetic abbreviations appear in these tables:
  62 #            std  dst
  63 #            LMT        Local Mean Time
  64 #       2:00 EET  EEST  Eastern European Time
  65 #       2:00 IST  IDT   Israel
  66 #       5:30 IST        India
  67 #       7:00 WIB        west Indonesia (Waktu Indonesia Barat)
  68 #       8:00 WITA       central Indonesia (Waktu Indonesia Tengah)
  69 #       8:00 CST        China
  70 #       8:30 KST  KDT   Korea when at +0830
  71 #       9:00 WIT        east Indonesia (Waktu Indonesia Timur)
  72 #       9:00 JST  JDT   Japan
  73 #       9:00 KST  KDT   Korea when at +09
  74 #       9:30 ACST       Australian Central Standard Time
  75 # Otherwise, these tables typically use numeric abbreviations like +03
  76 # and +0330 for integer hour and minute UTC offsets.  Although earlier
  77 # editions invented alphabetic time zone abbreviations for every
  78 # offset, this did not reflect common practice.
  79 #
  80 # See the 'europe' file for Russia and Turkey in Asia.
  81 
  82 # From Guy Harris:
  83 # Incorporates data for Singapore from Robert Elz' asia 1.1, as well as
  84 # additional information from Tom Yap, Sun Microsystems Intercontinental
  85 # Technical Support (including a page from the Official Airline Guide -
  86 # Worldwide Edition).
  87 
  88 ###############################################################################
  89 
  90 # These rules are stolen from the 'europe' file.
  91 # Rule  NAME    FROM    TO      TYPE    IN      ON      AT      SAVE    LETTER/S
  92 Rule    EUAsia  1981    max     -       Mar     lastSun  1:00u  1:00    S
  93 Rule    EUAsia  1979    1995    -       Sep     lastSun  1:00u  0       -
  94 Rule    EUAsia  1996    max     -       Oct     lastSun  1:00u  0       -
  95 Rule E-EurAsia  1981    max     -       Mar     lastSun  0:00   1:00    S
  96 Rule E-EurAsia  1979    1995    -       Sep     lastSun  0:00   0       -


 653 # Taipei has DST in 1979 between July 1st and Sep 30.
 654 
 655 # From Yu-Cheng Chuang (2013-07-12):
 656 # On Dec 28, 1895, the Meiji Emperor announced Ordinance No. 167 of
 657 # Meiji Year 28 "The clause about standard time", mentioned that
 658 # Taiwan and Penghu Islands, as well as Yaeyama and Miyako Islands
 659 # (both in Okinawa) adopt the Western Standard Time which is based on
 660 # 120E. The adoption began from Jan 1, 1896. The original text can be
 661 # found on Wikisource:
 662 # https://ja.wikisource.org/wiki/標準時ニ關スル件_(公布時)
 663 # ... This could be the first adoption of time zone in Taiwan, because
 664 # during the Qing Dynasty, it seems that there was no time zone
 665 # declared officially.
 666 #
 667 # Later, in the beginning of World War II, on Sep 25, 1937, the Showa
 668 # Emperor announced Ordinance No. 529 of Showa Year 12 "The clause of
 669 # revision in the ordinance No. 167 of Meiji year 28 about standard
 670 # time", in which abolished the adoption of Western Standard Time in
 671 # western islands (listed above), which means the whole Japan
 672 # territory, including later occupations, adopt Japan Central Time
 673 # (UTC+9). The adoption began on Oct 1, 1937. The original text can
 674 # be found on Wikisource:
 675 # https://ja.wikisource.org/wiki/明治二十八年勅令第百六十七號標準時ニ關スル件中改正ノ件
 676 #
 677 # That is, the time zone of Taipei switched to UTC+9 on Oct 1, 1937.
 678 
 679 # From Yu-Cheng Chuang (2014-07-02):
 680 # I've found more evidence about when the time zone was switched from UTC+9
 681 # back to UTC+8 after WW2.  I believe it was on Sep 21, 1945.  In a document
 682 # during Japanese era [1] in which the officer told the staff to change time
 683 # zone back to Western Standard Time (UTC+8) on Sep 21.  And in another
 684 # history page of National Cheng Kung University [2], on Sep 21 there is a
 685 # note "from today, switch back to Western Standard Time".  From these two
 686 # materials, I believe that the time zone change happened on Sep 21.  And
 687 # today I have found another monthly journal called "The Astronomical Herald"
 688 # from The Astronomical Society of Japan [3] in which it mentioned the fact
 689 # that:
 690 #
 691 # 1. Standard Time of the Country (Japan) was adopted on Jan 1, 1888, using
 692 # the time at 135E (GMT+9)
 693 #
 694 # 2. Standard Time of the Country was renamed to Central Standard Time, on Jan
 695 # 1, 1898, and on the same day, the new territories Taiwan and Penghu islands,
 696 # as well as Yaeyama and Miyako islands, adopted a new time zone called
 697 # Western Standard Time, which is in GMT+8.
 698 #
 699 # 3. Western Standard Time was deprecated on Sep 30, 1937. From then all the
 700 # territories of Japan adopted the same time zone, which is Central Standard
 701 # Time.
 702 #
 703 # [1] Academica Historica, Taiwan:


1470 # Japan
1471 
1472 # '9:00' and 'JST' is from Guy Harris.
1473 
1474 # From Paul Eggert (1995-03-06):
1475 # Today's _Asahi Evening News_ (page 4) reports that Japan had
1476 # daylight saving between 1948 and 1951, but "the system was discontinued
1477 # because the public believed it would lead to longer working hours."
1478 
1479 # From Mayumi Negishi in the 2005-08-10 Japan Times:
1480 # http://www.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/getarticle.pl5?nn20050810f2.htm
1481 # Occupation authorities imposed daylight-saving time on Japan on
1482 # [1948-05-01]....  But lack of prior debate and the execution of
1483 # daylight-saving time just three days after the bill was passed generated
1484 # deep hatred of the concept....  The Diet unceremoniously passed a bill to
1485 # dump the unpopular system in October 1951, less than a month after the San
1486 # Francisco Peace Treaty was signed.  (A government poll in 1951 showed 53%
1487 # of the Japanese wanted to scrap daylight-saving time, as opposed to 30% who
1488 # wanted to keep it.)
1489 
1490 # From Paul Eggert (2006-03-22):
1491 # Shanks & Pottenger write that DST in Japan during those years was as follows:
1492 # Rule  NAME    FROM    TO      TYPE    IN      ON      AT      SAVE    LETTER/S
1493 Rule    Japan   1948    only    -       May     Sun>=1       2:00    1:00    D
1494 Rule    Japan   1948    1951    -       Sep     Sat>=8       2:00    0       S
1495 Rule    Japan   1949    only    -       Apr     Sun>=1       2:00    1:00    D
1496 Rule    Japan   1950    1951    -       May     Sun>=1       2:00    1:00    D
1497 # but the only locations using it (for birth certificates, presumably, since
1498 # their audience is astrologers) were US military bases.  For now, assume
1499 # that for most purposes daylight-saving time was observed; otherwise, what
1500 # would have been the point of the 1951 poll?
1501 
1502 # From Hideyuki Suzuki (1998-11-09):
1503 # 'Tokyo' usually stands for the former location of Tokyo Astronomical
1504 # Observatory: 139 degrees 44' 40.90" E (9h 18m 58.727s),
1505 # 35 degrees 39' 16.0" N.
1506 # This data is from 'Rika Nenpyou (Chronological Scientific Tables) 1996'
1507 # edited by National Astronomical Observatory of Japan....
1508 # JST (Japan Standard Time) has been used since 1888-01-01 00:00 (JST).
1509 # The law is enacted on 1886-07-07.
1510 
1511 # From Hideyuki Suzuki (1998-11-16):
1512 # The ordinance No. 51 (1886) established "standard time" in Japan,
1513 # which stands for the time on 135 degrees E.
1514 # In the ordinance No. 167 (1895), "standard time" was renamed to "central
1515 # standard time".  And the same ordinance also established "western standard
1516 # time", which stands for the time on 120 degrees E....  But "western standard
1517 # time" was abolished in the ordinance No. 529 (1937).  In the ordinance No.
1518 # 167, there is no mention regarding for what place western standard time is
1519 # standard....
1520 #
1521 # I wrote "ordinance" above, but I don't know how to translate.
1522 # In Japanese it's "chokurei", which means ordinance from emperor.
1523 
1524 # From Yu-Cheng Chuang (2013-07-12):
1525 # ...the Meiji Emperor announced Ordinance No. 167 of Meiji Year 28 "The clause
1526 # about standard time" ... The adoption began from Jan 1, 1896.
1527 # https://ja.wikisource.org/wiki/標準時ニ關スル件_(公布時)
1528 #
1529 # ...the Showa Emperor announced Ordinance No. 529 of Showa Year 12 ... which
1530 # means the whole Japan territory, including later occupations, adopt Japan
1531 # Central Time (UTC+9). The adoption began on Oct 1, 1937.
1532 # https://ja.wikisource.org/wiki/明治二十八年勅令第百六十七號標準時ニ關スル件中改正ノ件
1533 
1534 # Zone  NAME            GMTOFF  RULES   FORMAT  [UNTIL]
1535 Zone    Asia/Tokyo      9:18:59 -       LMT     1887 Dec 31 15:00u
1536                         9:00    Japan   J%sT
1537 # Since 1938, all Japanese possessions have been like Asia/Tokyo.
1538 
1539 # Jordan
1540 #
1541 # From <http://star.arabia.com/990701/JO9.html>
1542 # Jordan Week (1999-07-01) via Steffen Thorsen (1999-09-09):
1543 # Clocks in Jordan were forwarded one hour on Wednesday at midnight,
1544 # in accordance with the government's decision to implement summer time
1545 # all year round.
1546 #
1547 # From <http://star.arabia.com/990930/JO9.html>
1548 # Jordan Week (1999-09-30) via Steffen Thorsen (1999-11-09):
1549 # Winter time starts today Thursday, 30 September. Clocks will be turned back
1550 # by one hour.  This is the latest government decision and it's final!
1551 # The decision was taken because of the increase in working hours in


2072                         7:00    -       +07     1933 Jan  1
2073                         7:00    0:20    +0720   1936 Jan  1
2074                         7:20    -       +0720   1941 Sep  1
2075                         7:30    -       +0730   1942 Feb 16
2076                         9:00    -       +09     1945 Sep 12
2077                         7:30    -       +0730   1982 Jan  1
2078                         8:00    -       +08
2079 # Sabah & Sarawak
2080 # From Paul Eggert (2014-08-12):
2081 # The data entries here are mostly from Shanks & Pottenger, but the 1942, 1945
2082 # and 1982 transition dates are from Mok Ly Yng.
2083 # Zone  NAME            GMTOFF  RULES   FORMAT  [UNTIL]
2084 Zone Asia/Kuching       7:21:20 -       LMT     1926 Mar
2085                         7:30    -       +0730   1933
2086                         8:00 NBorneo  +08/+0820 1942 Feb 16
2087                         9:00    -       +09     1945 Sep 12
2088                         8:00    -       +08
2089 
2090 # Maldives
2091 # Zone  NAME            GMTOFF  RULES   FORMAT  [UNTIL]
2092 Zone    Indian/Maldives 4:54:00 -       LMT     1880 # Male
2093                         4:54:00 -       MMT     1960 # Male Mean Time
2094                         5:00    -       +05
2095 
2096 # Mongolia
2097 
2098 # Shanks & Pottenger say that Mongolia has three time zones, but
2099 # The USNO (1995-12-21) and the CIA map Standard Time Zones of the World
2100 # (2005-03) both say that it has just one.
2101 
2102 # From Oscar van Vlijmen (1999-12-11):
2103 # General Information Mongolia
2104 # <http://www.mongoliatourism.gov.mn/general.htm> (1999-09)
2105 # "Time: Mongolia has two time zones. Three westernmost provinces of
2106 # Bayan-Ölgii, Uvs, and Hovd are one hour earlier than the capital city, and
2107 # the rest of the country follows the Ulaanbaatar time, which is UTC/GMT plus
2108 # eight hours."
2109 
2110 # From Rives McDow (1999-12-13):
2111 # Mongolia discontinued the use of daylight savings time in 1999; 1998
2112 # being the last year it was implemented.  The dates of implementation I am
2113 # unsure of, but most probably it was similar to Russia, except for the time




  56 # (See the 'europe' file for a fuller citation.)
  57 #
  58 # A reliable and entertaining source about time zones is
  59 # Derek Howse, Greenwich time and longitude, Philip Wilson Publishers (1997).
  60 #
  61 # The following alphabetic abbreviations appear in these tables:
  62 #            std  dst
  63 #            LMT        Local Mean Time
  64 #       2:00 EET  EEST  Eastern European Time
  65 #       2:00 IST  IDT   Israel
  66 #       5:30 IST        India
  67 #       7:00 WIB        west Indonesia (Waktu Indonesia Barat)
  68 #       8:00 WITA       central Indonesia (Waktu Indonesia Tengah)
  69 #       8:00 CST        China
  70 #       8:30 KST  KDT   Korea when at +0830
  71 #       9:00 WIT        east Indonesia (Waktu Indonesia Timur)
  72 #       9:00 JST  JDT   Japan
  73 #       9:00 KST  KDT   Korea when at +09
  74 #       9:30 ACST       Australian Central Standard Time
  75 # Otherwise, these tables typically use numeric abbreviations like +03
  76 # and +0330 for integer hour and minute UT offsets.  Although earlier
  77 # editions invented alphabetic time zone abbreviations for every
  78 # offset, this did not reflect common practice.
  79 #
  80 # See the 'europe' file for Russia and Turkey in Asia.
  81 
  82 # From Guy Harris:
  83 # Incorporates data for Singapore from Robert Elz' asia 1.1, as well as
  84 # additional information from Tom Yap, Sun Microsystems Intercontinental
  85 # Technical Support (including a page from the Official Airline Guide -
  86 # Worldwide Edition).
  87 
  88 ###############################################################################
  89 
  90 # These rules are stolen from the 'europe' file.
  91 # Rule  NAME    FROM    TO      TYPE    IN      ON      AT      SAVE    LETTER/S
  92 Rule    EUAsia  1981    max     -       Mar     lastSun  1:00u  1:00    S
  93 Rule    EUAsia  1979    1995    -       Sep     lastSun  1:00u  0       -
  94 Rule    EUAsia  1996    max     -       Oct     lastSun  1:00u  0       -
  95 Rule E-EurAsia  1981    max     -       Mar     lastSun  0:00   1:00    S
  96 Rule E-EurAsia  1979    1995    -       Sep     lastSun  0:00   0       -


 653 # Taipei has DST in 1979 between July 1st and Sep 30.
 654 
 655 # From Yu-Cheng Chuang (2013-07-12):
 656 # On Dec 28, 1895, the Meiji Emperor announced Ordinance No. 167 of
 657 # Meiji Year 28 "The clause about standard time", mentioned that
 658 # Taiwan and Penghu Islands, as well as Yaeyama and Miyako Islands
 659 # (both in Okinawa) adopt the Western Standard Time which is based on
 660 # 120E. The adoption began from Jan 1, 1896. The original text can be
 661 # found on Wikisource:
 662 # https://ja.wikisource.org/wiki/標準時ニ關スル件_(公布時)
 663 # ... This could be the first adoption of time zone in Taiwan, because
 664 # during the Qing Dynasty, it seems that there was no time zone
 665 # declared officially.
 666 #
 667 # Later, in the beginning of World War II, on Sep 25, 1937, the Showa
 668 # Emperor announced Ordinance No. 529 of Showa Year 12 "The clause of
 669 # revision in the ordinance No. 167 of Meiji year 28 about standard
 670 # time", in which abolished the adoption of Western Standard Time in
 671 # western islands (listed above), which means the whole Japan
 672 # territory, including later occupations, adopt Japan Central Time
 673 # (UT+9). The adoption began on Oct 1, 1937. The original text can
 674 # be found on Wikisource:
 675 # https://ja.wikisource.org/wiki/明治二十八年勅令第百六十七號標準時ニ關スル件中改正ノ件
 676 #
 677 # That is, the time zone of Taipei switched to UT+9 on Oct 1, 1937.
 678 
 679 # From Yu-Cheng Chuang (2014-07-02):
 680 # I've found more evidence about when the time zone was switched from UT+9
 681 # back to UT+8 after WW2.  I believe it was on Sep 21, 1945.  In a document
 682 # during Japanese era [1] in which the officer told the staff to change time
 683 # zone back to Western Standard Time (UT+8) on Sep 21.  And in another
 684 # history page of National Cheng Kung University [2], on Sep 21 there is a
 685 # note "from today, switch back to Western Standard Time".  From these two
 686 # materials, I believe that the time zone change happened on Sep 21.  And
 687 # today I have found another monthly journal called "The Astronomical Herald"
 688 # from The Astronomical Society of Japan [3] in which it mentioned the fact
 689 # that:
 690 #
 691 # 1. Standard Time of the Country (Japan) was adopted on Jan 1, 1888, using
 692 # the time at 135E (GMT+9)
 693 #
 694 # 2. Standard Time of the Country was renamed to Central Standard Time, on Jan
 695 # 1, 1898, and on the same day, the new territories Taiwan and Penghu islands,
 696 # as well as Yaeyama and Miyako islands, adopted a new time zone called
 697 # Western Standard Time, which is in GMT+8.
 698 #
 699 # 3. Western Standard Time was deprecated on Sep 30, 1937. From then all the
 700 # territories of Japan adopted the same time zone, which is Central Standard
 701 # Time.
 702 #
 703 # [1] Academica Historica, Taiwan:


1470 # Japan
1471 
1472 # '9:00' and 'JST' is from Guy Harris.
1473 
1474 # From Paul Eggert (1995-03-06):
1475 # Today's _Asahi Evening News_ (page 4) reports that Japan had
1476 # daylight saving between 1948 and 1951, but "the system was discontinued
1477 # because the public believed it would lead to longer working hours."
1478 
1479 # From Mayumi Negishi in the 2005-08-10 Japan Times:
1480 # http://www.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/getarticle.pl5?nn20050810f2.htm
1481 # Occupation authorities imposed daylight-saving time on Japan on
1482 # [1948-05-01]....  But lack of prior debate and the execution of
1483 # daylight-saving time just three days after the bill was passed generated
1484 # deep hatred of the concept....  The Diet unceremoniously passed a bill to
1485 # dump the unpopular system in October 1951, less than a month after the San
1486 # Francisco Peace Treaty was signed.  (A government poll in 1951 showed 53%
1487 # of the Japanese wanted to scrap daylight-saving time, as opposed to 30% who
1488 # wanted to keep it.)
1489 
1490 # From Takayuki Nikai (2018-01-19):
1491 # The source of information is Japanese law.
1492 # http://www.shugiin.go.jp/internet/itdb_housei.nsf/html/houritsu/00219480428029.htm
1493 # http://www.shugiin.go.jp/internet/itdb_housei.nsf/html/houritsu/00719500331039.htm
1494 # ... In summary, it is written as follows.  From 24:00 on the first Saturday
1495 # in May, until 0:00 on the day after the second Saturday in September.
1496 # Rule  NAME    FROM    TO      TYPE    IN      ON      AT      SAVE    LETTER/S
1497 Rule    Japan   1948    only    -       May     Sat>=1       24:00   1:00    D
1498 Rule    Japan   1948    1951    -       Sep     Sun>=9        0:00   0       S
1499 Rule    Japan   1949    only    -       Apr     Sat>=1       24:00   1:00    D
1500 Rule    Japan   1950    1951    -       May     Sat>=1       24:00   1:00    D
1501 
1502 # From Hideyuki Suzuki (1998-11-09):
1503 # 'Tokyo' usually stands for the former location of Tokyo Astronomical
1504 # Observatory: 139 degrees 44' 40.90" E (9h 18m 58.727s),
1505 # 35 degrees 39' 16.0" N.
1506 # This data is from 'Rika Nenpyou (Chronological Scientific Tables) 1996'
1507 # edited by National Astronomical Observatory of Japan....
1508 # JST (Japan Standard Time) has been used since 1888-01-01 00:00 (JST).
1509 # The law is enacted on 1886-07-07.
1510 
1511 # From Hideyuki Suzuki (1998-11-16):
1512 # The ordinance No. 51 (1886) established "standard time" in Japan,
1513 # which stands for the time on 135 degrees E.
1514 # In the ordinance No. 167 (1895), "standard time" was renamed to "central
1515 # standard time".  And the same ordinance also established "western standard
1516 # time", which stands for the time on 120 degrees E....  But "western standard
1517 # time" was abolished in the ordinance No. 529 (1937).  In the ordinance No.
1518 # 167, there is no mention regarding for what place western standard time is
1519 # standard....
1520 #
1521 # I wrote "ordinance" above, but I don't know how to translate.
1522 # In Japanese it's "chokurei", which means ordinance from emperor.
1523 
1524 # From Yu-Cheng Chuang (2013-07-12):
1525 # ...the Meiji Emperor announced Ordinance No. 167 of Meiji Year 28 "The clause
1526 # about standard time" ... The adoption began from Jan 1, 1896.
1527 # https://ja.wikisource.org/wiki/標準時ニ關スル件_(公布時)
1528 #
1529 # ...the Showa Emperor announced Ordinance No. 529 of Showa Year 12 ... which
1530 # means the whole Japan territory, including later occupations, adopt Japan
1531 # Central Time (UT+9). The adoption began on Oct 1, 1937.
1532 # https://ja.wikisource.org/wiki/明治二十八年勅令第百六十七號標準時ニ關スル件中改正ノ件
1533 
1534 # Zone  NAME            GMTOFF  RULES   FORMAT  [UNTIL]
1535 Zone    Asia/Tokyo      9:18:59 -       LMT     1887 Dec 31 15:00u
1536                         9:00    Japan   J%sT
1537 # Since 1938, all Japanese possessions have been like Asia/Tokyo.
1538 
1539 # Jordan
1540 #
1541 # From <http://star.arabia.com/990701/JO9.html>
1542 # Jordan Week (1999-07-01) via Steffen Thorsen (1999-09-09):
1543 # Clocks in Jordan were forwarded one hour on Wednesday at midnight,
1544 # in accordance with the government's decision to implement summer time
1545 # all year round.
1546 #
1547 # From <http://star.arabia.com/990930/JO9.html>
1548 # Jordan Week (1999-09-30) via Steffen Thorsen (1999-11-09):
1549 # Winter time starts today Thursday, 30 September. Clocks will be turned back
1550 # by one hour.  This is the latest government decision and it's final!
1551 # The decision was taken because of the increase in working hours in


2072                         7:00    -       +07     1933 Jan  1
2073                         7:00    0:20    +0720   1936 Jan  1
2074                         7:20    -       +0720   1941 Sep  1
2075                         7:30    -       +0730   1942 Feb 16
2076                         9:00    -       +09     1945 Sep 12
2077                         7:30    -       +0730   1982 Jan  1
2078                         8:00    -       +08
2079 # Sabah & Sarawak
2080 # From Paul Eggert (2014-08-12):
2081 # The data entries here are mostly from Shanks & Pottenger, but the 1942, 1945
2082 # and 1982 transition dates are from Mok Ly Yng.
2083 # Zone  NAME            GMTOFF  RULES   FORMAT  [UNTIL]
2084 Zone Asia/Kuching       7:21:20 -       LMT     1926 Mar
2085                         7:30    -       +0730   1933
2086                         8:00 NBorneo  +08/+0820 1942 Feb 16
2087                         9:00    -       +09     1945 Sep 12
2088                         8:00    -       +08
2089 
2090 # Maldives
2091 # Zone  NAME            GMTOFF  RULES   FORMAT  [UNTIL]
2092 Zone    Indian/Maldives 4:54:00 -       LMT     1880 # Malé
2093                         4:54:00 -       MMT     1960 # Malé Mean Time
2094                         5:00    -       +05
2095 
2096 # Mongolia
2097 
2098 # Shanks & Pottenger say that Mongolia has three time zones, but
2099 # The USNO (1995-12-21) and the CIA map Standard Time Zones of the World
2100 # (2005-03) both say that it has just one.
2101 
2102 # From Oscar van Vlijmen (1999-12-11):
2103 # General Information Mongolia
2104 # <http://www.mongoliatourism.gov.mn/general.htm> (1999-09)
2105 # "Time: Mongolia has two time zones. Three westernmost provinces of
2106 # Bayan-Ölgii, Uvs, and Hovd are one hour earlier than the capital city, and
2107 # the rest of the country follows the Ulaanbaatar time, which is UTC/GMT plus
2108 # eight hours."
2109 
2110 # From Rives McDow (1999-12-13):
2111 # Mongolia discontinued the use of daylight savings time in 1999; 1998
2112 # being the last year it was implemented.  The dates of implementation I am
2113 # unsure of, but most probably it was similar to Russia, except for the time


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