Update on SantosSantos needs to invest in her business. Therefore, she has applied for a loan to buy products for her pupusería and for her general store. A pupusería is a store which sells pupusas, a type of tortilla filled with cheese, meat, or beans. She needs to buy rice, oil, sugar, salt, and condiments, which are necessary both for her store and for making the tortillas.
She has strengthened her business and her earnings, and until now she has been able to cover her home expenses. She is better off financially, and with the help of this loan, she will be in a better position.
Él fortaleció el negocio y sus ganancias, hasta el momento se ha permitido tener lo necesario para cubrir los gastos del hogar, esta mejor económicamente y con la ayuda del crédito se encuentran en mejor estado.
Previous Loan DetailsSantos, age 56, lives in her own home with four sons. She has run a store for more than ten years. She has her business set up at a local institution. This came about by her own initiative and with the help of her husband. She is asking for a loan to invest in merchandise for the store. She wil... More from Santos's previous loan »
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