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Spain Considers Moving Clocks Back To Increase Productivity

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  Original Published: 10/29/2013 Long lunches and afternoon siestas are a part of the Spanish culture. But with unemployment numbers so high, that could be about to change. Spain is considering moving its clocks back an hour to boost productivity and improve work performance. CNN's Isa Soares explains.
   
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