Mrs. Chan S. is 55 years old and the divorced mother of two children. One of her children sells groceries while the other one attends the local public school.
Mrs. S. is a domestic nurse who owns a pharmacy with different kinds of medicine for sale. She also examines the patients who live near her house in the village. She has had this business since 1972. In order to meet patient demands, Mrs. S. would like a loan for $1100 to purchase additional medicine. She plans to use the rest of the loan for her child's grocery business.
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