Djavad M. is 28 years old. He is single and has no children. Djavad has been living in Baku together with his parents for 7 years. He previously worked as a salesperson at another store, but now has his own store, where he has been involved in selling vegetables and fruits for 6 years. Currently, Djavad needs 2000 AZN in order to expand his store space and increase the number of shelves for vegetables and fruits.
Djavad M. 28 let. On ne jenat i ne imeyet detey. Djavad uje 7 let kak jivet v Baku vmeste so svoimi roditelyami. Djavid ranshe rabotal prodavcom v druqom magazine no teper u neqo svoy magazin uje kak 6 let on zanimayetsya etim biznessom prodaji ovoshey i fruktov.
Seychas Djavad nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chotbi rasshirit pomesheniye magazina i uvelichit kolichestvo polok dlya ovoshey i fruktov.
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