A new petrol station in Peru, dubbed ‘hargas de muito’ by locals, is a success story.
It’s a small, clean and easy to use place to buy fuel for the week.
The new station is part of a new strategy to create more jobs in the country, as petrol is king.
Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski has also pledged to create thousands of new jobs in sectors including tourism, manufacturing and construction.
The president also has pledged to boost the economy by creating jobs, but it’s hard to tell how many jobs will be created in this new fuel-pump-only city, because it’s not a city where petrol is sold or where you can buy petrol.
But the mayor of the town of Matagalpa said that petrol stations will be there to sell petrol.
The idea is to create jobs for the residents and tourists in Matagalspa, but also to encourage people to get out of the car and get involved in the economy, said Matagali.
People want to buy cars and to pay for petrol, and this is something that is possible through this station, said mayor Jose Manuel Perez.
Peruvians want to drive more and use less fuel to save money.
This station is the first in Peru to offer real-Time petrol pricing.
Perez said that the petrol station was a “game changer” because it gave people the chance to get more value out of petrol and petrol stations were not just selling a product, they are also selling a lifestyle, and it’s easy to get involved.
Perez added that petrol station sales in Peru will grow by 5-10% each year, and that petrol will become more affordable, which will bring the economy and the jobs.
Perez and the other residents of Matagspa are planning to set up another petrol station to sell their fuel and have it distributed in Matagsparas neighborhood in the town.
He said that in a few months, there will be enough fuel to fill up an SUV for the whole week.
“We will be ready to start using this station when the new year starts.
I am very happy to see that we are now making it possible for people to save fuel and to use petrol, which is good for the economy,” Perez said.