FRANKFURT, May 29 (Reuters) - BMW is recruiting a small number of unemployed young Spaniards to work in Germany in a pilot programme to "give something back" to its customer countries. Twenty-five workers aged 18 to 25 will be trained for a year at the German carmaker's headquarters in Munich, BMW personnel chief Milagros Caina-Andree told Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung on Wednesday. "They should be immersed in German culture, possibly live with a BMW host ...
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