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Commenting article: A Thousand Bulgarian Students Become Managers for Day

Over 1 000 students from all over Bulgaria are taking part Tuesday in the "Manager for a Day" initiative.

The initiative is organized for the eight consecutive year under the leadership of "Junior Achievement Bulgaria."

The program has the goal to give students the opportunity to experience a real work day in a business environment, in state institutions and non-governmental organizations.

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cobra - 31 Mar 2009 // 14:59:48

yes he is worried becuase people , business and speculators are dumping leva convertng to euro and Bg s running out of euros....and eu wont give any more because disgust with bg....

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NellieotAmerica - 31 Mar 2009 // 14:46:49

What are they teaching them? How to steal and "misplace" millions of Euros? Those two in the photo look like a pair of fairly competent thieves. Or a hooker and a thief.

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CJB - 31 Mar 2009 // 14:45:19

Is it just me or does Plamen Oresharski look like a worried man? I suppose he knows his time is up...

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CreepyS - 31 Mar 2009 // 14:33:22

Why only for one day? The teenagers can play for a week or for a month, it wont make any difference compared to the regular managers especially in the state administration.

Its even possible that some of the students do better than the regulars.

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