Vusal I. is 30 years old. He is not married, lives with his parents and helps them. Vusal lives in the Fuzuli region. He was previously involved in sports, but stopped training due to an injury and started to work.
Vusal has had this store for 4 years. He sells food products there. Vusal learned this business from his father. Currently, he needs 2000 AZN in order to buy products for resale, particularly cleaning agents.
Vusal I. 30 let. On ne jenat i jivet vneste s roditelyami i pomoqayet im. Vusal jivet v Fuzuli regione. Vusal ranshe zanimalsya sportom no potom poluchil travmu i poetomu brosil sport i teper on nachal rabotat.
Vusal uje 4 qoda imeyet etot maqazin i prodayot produkti pisheqoqo upotrebleniya. Vusal etomu biznesu nauchilsya u svoyeqo otca. Seychas Vusal Nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chto bi kupit produkti dlya pereprodaji osobenno moyushiye sredstva.
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