Roza lives in the Absheron Region. She is married and has two children. Her children are 17 and 20 years old. They are very good students. Roza’s husband helps her out with the business too, delivering new goods from the Locbatan [Region].
Roza has been in this business for eight years already. She now needs 2000 Azerbaijani Manats in order to expand and renovate her store. She says that she does not have enough space for her goods as she gets many new models delivered.
Roza jivet v Absheron regioane. Yey 41 let. Ona zamujem i imeyet 2 detey.Yeyo deti 17 i 20 let . Oni uchatsya ochen xorosho. Roze v etom biznese pomoqayet i muj on pomoqayet yey privozit noviye tovari iz "Locbatan".
Roza uje 8 let v etom biznese .Teper ona nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chto bi rasshirit prostranstvo i sdelat remont.
Ona qovorit chto yey ne xvatayet mesta dlya yeyo tovarov tak kak mnoqo novix modeley ona privozit.
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