With EUR 13,200 Sokunthea is able to expand the inventory of her shop that sells agricultural products.
Mrs. CHEA Sokunthea, 25, is married and lives with her husband in Pursat province. From her home, she and her husband opens agricultural product shop. She has opens her shop for more than 6 years and her shop sell many kind of agricultural product such as fertilizer. She is not only supply in the commune she lives, but she also distribute to other district nearby. Most of the product are from Vietnam and Thailand which she got from the original factory that is why she got a special price to compete in the local market.
Sokunthea is asking for a loan to increase the stock of agricultural product as the growing season is coming. She believes that she will have more income with this investment.
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