Jaime is a 28 year old man and he is single. He achieved his high school diploma in the humanities. Her currently lives with his father and has a business in the house. His only economic dependent is his little daughter. His business is making soccer and futsal balls, and, as mentioned before, he does this in his father's house. He sells his products mostly to the small businesses in the city of Cochabamba and some of the provinces of the city. Jaime is a responsible person who wants to excel and for this reason he needs capital to buy a plot of land where he can build his own home and so improve his quality of life.
EL Señor Jaime, es una persona de 28 años de edad, de estado civil soltero, alcanzo a estudiar el bachillerato en humanidades, actualmente vive y su fábrica está en la casa de su padre y cuenta con un solo dependiente economico la cual es su pequeña hija. La actividad económica del cliente es la fabricación y venta de pelotas de futsal y futbol como anteriormente se mencionó en la casa de su padre y la comercialización de sus productos los realiza principalmente a los comerciantes minoristas de la ciudad de Cochabamba y algunas provincias de la misma. El señor Jaime manifiesta ser una persona responsable que tiene ganas de superarse y para tal efecto se ve en la necesidad de solicitar capital de reposición por la compra de un lote, donde construirá su propia vivienda y de esta forma poder mejorar sus condiciones de vida.
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