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In Business and the Rise Together

trained brothers Ashot and Vazgen Avakyan to be problem-solvers, but their entrepreneurial instincts were already sharp in grade school. Growing up in Armenia, their father would pay them for every book they read. They also earned money by washing vehicles for him and his business

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