Mr. Pov S. is a farmer in Prey Totoeng Village in Kampong Speu Province. Aside from this business, he is a teacher who receives $30 per month for his salary. His wife, Mrs. Saroeurn Riel, is a farmer and a grocer in the local village. Since her grocery business is going well, she wants to expand her business. Thus, her husband, Mr. Pov S., has decided to ask for a loan to buy grocery goods for his wife's inventory.
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