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GCC students shine in business simulation

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - Five Guam Community College Economics 110 students place 15th overall in the Business Simulation Game against over 41,000 students representing 35 countries.

Members of company "Fortis" include Marina Aguilar, Charisha Hualde, David Kim, Verlyne Macaraeg, and Cyaundra Shimizu.

Their GCC instructor Fred Tupaz says the online simulation was great practice for the students who will need to make key decisions regarding the management process.

For more information on GCC's team ranking, visit http://www.bsg-online.com/stats/top20.html?id=1105

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