Japan considering daylight saving time for 2020 Olympics amid heat concerns: Sankei

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan is considering adopting daylight saving time next year and during the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games to allow sporting events to be held during the cooler hours of the early morning, …
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