Rafael Ramirez Group
Rosa is married and is 64 years old. She has six children who are all married. She lives with her husband and sells in the markets. She works to help her husband with the household expenses. Since his salary is very small it isn't sufficient to live as she would like. Rosa plans to use her loan to buy a structure to establish a post in the market, since she currently displays her merchandise on the ground. She would like to eventually have the largest and best-stocked stall in the market. She sells clothing but also wants to invest in the sale of shoes in order to have more sales and improve her quality of life.
ROSA ES CASADA TIENE 64 AÑOS DE EDAD TIENE 6 HIJOS TODOS YA CASADOS ELLA VIVE CON SU ESPOSO, ELLA VENDE EN LOS MERCADOS, TRABAJA PARA AYUDAR A SU ESPOSO CON LOS GASTOS DEL HOGAR. YA QUE EL SUELDO QUE EL RECIBE ES MUY POCO Y NO LE ALCANZA PARA VIVIR COMO ELLA QUISIERA.
ROSA PIENSA UTILIZAR SU CREDITO,EN COMPRAR UNA ESTRUCTURA PARA ESTABLECER UN PUESTO EN EL MERCADO, YA QUE SU MERCANCIA LA TIENE EXIBIDA EN EL SUELO,ELLA QUIERE LLEGAR A TENER ,EL PUESTO MAS GRANDE Y SURTIDO EN EL MERCADO
ELLA VENDE ROPA PERO QUIERE INVERTIR TAMBIEN,EN LA VENTA DE CALZADO.PARA TENER MAS VENTAS Y ASI PODER MEJORAR SU CALIDAD DE VIDA.
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