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Flags of participating countries of WC selling satisfactory

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Sports Reporter :
Flag is a symbol of a country. A number of 32 countries will take part in the FIFA World Cup Russia 2018. The fans of the city are buying the flags of the country, which country has been supported by them during the World Cup. Flag is a symbol of support, flag is a symbol of craze, flag is symbol of love and flag is symbol of passion. Besides, the football fans of the city are also buying the flag of their own country.
Marking the World Cup, the Greatest Show on Earth, the hawkers are selling flags of the participating countries.
This Reporter talked to some hawkers on Tuesday last.
Russel Khan, a hawker is selling flags in the city street, Russel Khan said, " I am selling the flags of Brazil, Argentina, Germany, Spain, But most of the fans are purchasing the flags of Brazil and Germany. I am selling 10 to 15 flags everyday. Though Bangladesh could not qualify in the World Cup but the buyers of the city are purchasing at least five flags of Bangladesh everyday."
Md Minto, a hawker said, " I have different sizes of flags of the participating countries of World Cup. Most of the fans of the city are buying the flags of Argentina and Brazil. I am selling 15 to 20 flags everyday. I am also selling at least five flags of Bangladesh everyday."
Nur Islam, a hawker said, " I am selling flags of Brazil, Argentina, Germany, Japan, Iran, Saudi Arabia. Most of the football fans of the city are buying the flags of Argentina and Brazil. Flags of Germany and other countries are seldom sold. I am selling 10 to 15 flags of the participating countries of World Cup everyday. I can sell at least five flags of Bangladesh everyday."
Md Sumon, a hawker said, " I have different sizes of flags of Brazil, Argentina Germany. I am satisfied with my earning. I am selling 50 to 60 flags everyday. Most of the buyers are purchasing the flags of Brazil and Argentina. I am also selling at least 10 flags of Bangladesh everyday."

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