to the market to buy tomatoes and onions you pay forty five cents so you save thirty six cents with reichl we can use that money to buy something else. these sums are all very small but it's still a worthwhile business for unilever. you're unilever portrays itself as a leader in efforts to empower women in poor regions maybe that's why for four consecutive years the company was voted kenya's top employee. we asked unilever to respond to the course participants accusations and for an interview on its corporate social responsibility and marketing strategy has. but we would turn down with this explanation. unfortunately we are not in a position to punch take in this exercise due to potential commercial sensitive it is that may be involved. women in kenya in the slums dream of having a job like thirty seven year old patrice here who goes door to door for nestlé in sound paulo but the job comes with financial risks and she has to give customers a full month to pay for their purchases. and i found that. sometimes people don't want to pay but i have to pay the nestle distributor on the fifteenth
casualty is dead a lifelong trap or is there a way out of those actually trying to bit covering old reichl to ditch bill from so much frustration from what. this is a story of one of africa's giants. blow his teeth on that shot.
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