Farman Bugadov is forty-six years old. He's married and has 3 daughters: twenty, nineteen and fifteen years old. The former two attend a university, while the younger daughter goes to school. They live in the Absheron region. For seven years, Farman has sold women's clothing, which his wife knits. Recently, his daughters have also started to knit (they really enjoy making interesting new designs on the clothing) and contribute their work for sale. However, Farman's shop isn't particularly large, so he has no room for this new inventory. He's asking for a loan of 2000 AZN to increase the area of his shop so he can put these products up for sale.
Farman B. 46 let. On jenat i imeyet 3 detey, doch 20 let i doch 19 let uchatsya v universitet a doch 15 let uchitsya v shkole. Farman jivet v Absheron regione vmesto so svoyey semyoy.
Farman uje 7 let zanimayetsya etim biznessom prodaji jenskoy odejdi. Kan vi videte na fotoqrafii on prodayet sherstyanuyu odejdu , etu odejdu vajet jena Farmana , ranshe eto pomesheniye im xvatalo no seychas uje dochki Farmana toje nauchilis vazat( oni ochen lubat delat interesniye uzori na odejdax, lubat delat novshestva) i poetomu u nix poluchayetsya mnoqo tovarov kotorix oni ne moqu pomestit v eto pomesheniye. Seychas on nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chtobi rasshirit pomesheniye dlya razvitiya i prodaji mnoqo tovarov.
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