Hamid is 23 years old. He lives in the Baku Region together with his relatives. Hamid is single, without children. For three years, he has been selling horses. He buys young horses, raises them and then resells. This is how he earns a living for himself and his relatives. At present, Hamid needs 1500 AZN in order to buy winter feed for his horses. Hamid would like to expand his business and increase the number of horses in the future.
Hamid 23 qoda. On jivet v Baku regione vmeste so svoyey semyoy. Hamid ne jenat i ne imeyet detey. Uje 3 qoda kak Hamid zanimayetsya prodajey loshadey. On pokupayet loshadey kogda oni bivayet malenkimi, potom koqda oni vzrosleyut on prodayot ix. Tem samim on zarobativayet dengi dlya soderjaniya sebya i svoyey semyi. Hamid seychas nujdayetsya v 1500 AZN chtobi kupit korm dlya loshadey dlya zimi. Hamid xochet razvit svoy bizness i uvelichit kolichestvo loshadey v budushem.
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