Elchin I. is 23 years old. He is single without children. Elchin lives in the city of Baku together with his brother. For the pas two years, he has been keeping a store called “Baby shop,” where he sells all kinds of children’s items (children’s clothing, furniture, toys, etc). At present Elchin needs to 2000 AZN in order to buy children’s furniture for resale. He used to work in his uncle store, which was how he learned this business.
Elchin I. 23 qoda. On ne jenat i ne imeyet detey. Elchin projivayet v qorode Baku vmeste so svoim bratom. Elchin uje 2 qoda kak imeyet svoy magazin "Baybi shop" qde prodayet vse chto otnositsya detyam (detskuyu odejdu, detskuyu mebel, detskiye igrushki i t.d). Seychas Elchin nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chtobi kupit detskuyu mebel dlya pereprodaji. On ranshe rabotal v magazine dyadi qde i nauchilsya etomu biznessu.
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