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Interactive: A closer look at time zones around the world and in the Asean region

Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) is the time in the English city of Greenwich, which is used as the basis of standard time throughout the world. Time zones around the world are based on their longitude, and zero longitude is designated to be the Greenwich Meridian Line at the Royal Observatory. Asean countries operate in four different time zones from GMT+6:30 in Myanmar to GMT+9 in eastern Indonesia. Here is a closer look at time zones across the world and in the Asean region. Related story »

SOURCE: http://www.iana.org/time-zones

ST GRAPHICS: Rodolfo Pazos and Yime Benites Puelles