Nora, the president, is a married mother of five children and has had her business selling cheese for ten years. She makes her sales in the city of La Paz and the city of El Alto. She buys the cheese from the province of Ingavi and the town Viacha. She chose this business because she has seen that she can recover capital easily and her profits are considerable. Currently her children help with her cheese sales.
En el caso de la presidenta, señora Nora esta casada es madre de cinco hijos, tiene el negocio de venta de Queso desde hace diez años, realiza sus ventas en la Ciudad de La Paz y en la Ciudad de El Alto. Ella compra el queso de la provincia Ingavi y de la localidad de Viacha. Ha elegido este negocio por que ha evidenciado que se recupera el capital con facilidad y la ganancia es considerable. Actualmente sus hijos le ayudan en la venta de los quesos.
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