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Sonja with back against the wall by couch: ‘If I lose my bills, who will take care of my children?’ | Inland

Sonja Radovanovic has been leading Exit Auto’s in Enschede for thirteen years. First with her husband and since the couple broke up, she is solely responsible for the business. Every month she says she sells one hundred to one hundred and fifty used cars (mainly diesels) and thus converts millions annually. She does her shopping in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium. The customers mainly come from Bosnia and Serbia. Radovanovic: “About 90 percent of my customers pay by bank, but 10 percent don’t want that. Especially private individuals who buy a car from me do not want to pay in advance. 100 percent cashless in the car industry is simply not possible.”

Sonja with back against the wall by couch: ‘If I lose my bills, who will take care of my children?’ | Inland
Source link Sonja with back against the wall by couch: ‘If I lose my bills, who will take care of my children?’ | Inland

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