Hatun Warmie - Huancayo Group
She engages in selling clothes for children and grownups such as sweaters and polo shirts. The loan she is requesting will be used to buy clothes that she sells door to door. She also gets orders at wholesale and retail prices.
In the future she wants to buy a car to transport her products. In the picture she is the one dressed in the blue polo shirt, the second person on the right side.
Se dedica a la venta de Prendas de vestir para niños y adultos como chompas polos etc. El préstamo solicito para la compra de Prendas de vestir que las vende ofreciendo y repartiendo de casa en casa, realiza pedidos al por mayor y menor.
Desea en el futuro desea comprarse su automóvil para trasladar sus mercaderías, ella viste de polo color turquesa ubicada lado derecha segunda persona.
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