Time Zones in Mexico - Time and Date
In Mexico City, it was 6 hours, 36 minutes, and 36 seconds behind GMT, then the world's time standard. In 1922, Mexico turned its clocks back by 23 minutes and 24 seconds, so the local time was exactly 7 hours behind GMT. In 1928, clocks in Mexico's capital city were advanced by 1 hour to CST, the time zone it still observes as standard time today. At first, Mexico was divided into only 2 time zones. The number increased over the years.
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