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Tourism industry relies on seasonal workers from third countries for summer season

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Bulgaria's Black Sea coast is expecting a good tourist season this summer. But hoteliers in the country's resorts are worried about difficulties in finding qualified staff. This is what the mayor of Chernomorets, Rosen Despov, told BTA. According to him, some businesses will have to resort to "importing" workers from third countries. In Chernomorets, hotel owners will continue to hire workers from Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and other countries this year. "Filipinos have been working here for several years. It seems that the list of countries from which our city accepts workers is growing," Despov pointed out.

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