Tunzala S. is forty years old. She is married and has two children. Tunzala lives in the city of Baku with her children, who study in college, and with her husband.
Tunzala has been selling foodstuffs for seven years. Before that, Tunzala sold pet food, cleaning supplies, and other things. Now, she needs 2000 AZN to buy foodstuffs for sale and to expand her business.
Tunzala S. 40 let. Ona zamujem i imeyet 2 detey. Tunzala jivet v qorode Baku vmeste so svoim mujom i detmi, kotoriye uchatsya v kolledje.
Tunzala uje 7 let kak zanimayetsya etim biznessom prodaji produktov. Ranshe Tunzala prodovala korm dlya jivotnix ,tak je moyushiye sredstva i t.d a seychas ona nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chto bi kupit uje pishiviye produkti dlya prodaji i razvitiya svoyeqo biznessa.
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