European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said at Wednesday's state of the union address that the practice of daylight savings time must stop.
Following Juncker's announcement to end EU laws insisting that countries change their clocks twice a year, Croatian businesspeople have weighed in.
According to a survey conducted by the Croatian Chamber of Economy, a full ninety percent of business owners support the move to ban clock-changing; with sixty percent of those surveyed saying Croatia should permanently adjust their clocks to summer time.
Juncker said it would now be up to member states to decide for themselves whether their citizens live in summer or winter time.
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