Galib A. is 47 years old. He lives in Baku. He is married and has two children. One daughter is seventeen years old and is entering the university this year. The other is fifteen and she studies the violin. He has been doing this business for seven years.
Galib now needs 2000 AZN to pay for necessary repairs for his car. The last time he took a client to the countryside the roads were bad, and after that his car was ruined. Now, he would like to take out a loan to fix his car so he can comfortably transport people to where they need to go.
Galib Azizovu 47 let. On jivet v Baku qorode. On jenat i imeyet 2 detey dochek odna iz kotoroy 17 let i ona v etom qodu postupayet v universitet a druqaya yey 15 let i ona idet na muziku zanimayetsya skripkoy. On v etom biznese uje 7 let.
Teper Galib nujdayetysa v 2000 AZN chtobi kupit nujniye zapchasti dlya mashini . Posledniy raz on povez kliyenta v derevnu i tam doroqi bili ploximi posle etoqo mashina u neqo isportilas. teper on xotel bi za schet etoqo kredita ispravit mashinu i s udobstvom vozit ludiy v nujniye punkti.
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