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Margot
Miss Margo, member of the Communal Bank "Maria Auxiliadora", lives in the San Martin region, province and district of Tarapoto. She sells wood, eggs, charcoal, and grilled items during the evenings. Her business is located in her home at AA. HH 2 de febrero Mz L2, district of Banda de Shilcayo, which is where her clients come, clients that are the residents of her neighborhood.

With this loan for $175, which she will pay back in 4 months, she'll buy large quantities of wood, eggs by the case, oil by the gallon, chicken, spices (cumin, pepper, garlic, etc.) salt, plantains, and other ingredients that she purchases daily to prepare her grilled items and thus stock her business and ensure sales.

Margot is a young enthusiastic and happy woman. She is content with her work as it allows her to cover the cost of her studies. Later on she would like to have her own small business, a well-stocked grocery store.
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La señorita Margot, socia del Banco Comunal “Maria Auxiliadora”, vive en la región San Martín, provincia y distrito de Tarapoto. Se dedica a la venta de leña, huevos, carbón y por las noches vende asados a la parrilla. El negocio está ubicado en su domicilio en el AA. HH 2 de febrero Mz L2 , distrito de la Banda de Shilcayo, lugar donde acuden los clientes, los cuales son los moradores de su barrio.

Con el préstamo de S/ 500, el cual pagará en 4 meses, comprará leña en gran cantidad, huevos en casilleros, aceite en galón, pollo, condimentos (cominos, pimienta, ajos, etc.), sal, plátanos y otros ingredientes que a diario compra para la preparación de sus asados y de esa manera poder surtir el negocio y asegurar las ventas.

Margot es una mujer joven entusiasta y alegre. Está contenta con lo que hace porque le permite solventar sus gastos de estudio. Desea conseguir más adelante su propio negocio, quiere una bodega bien surtida.

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