The Bar Chart Below Shows the Average Prices per Kilometre of Clothing Imported Into the European Union from Six Different Countries in 1993 and 2003. Summarize the Information by Selecting and Reporting the Main Features and Making Comparisons Where Relevant.
The bar chart illustrates the mean price per kilometre of wear brought into the European Union from Argentina, Brazil, Japan, China, India, and Bangladesh in 2 years(1993 and 2003). The unit of measurement is pounds. Overall, it can be seen that European Union recorded the highest price of imported wear in both years from Argentina while it had the least price of imported wear in both years from Bangladesh.
To begin, European Union received wears worth about £28 in 1993, and there was a slight reduction in the amount that was received in 2003 to £26 from Argentina. Then, E.U got wears worth 23 pounds from Brazil in both years. Supplies from Japan were £15 and £13 in 1993 and 2003 respectively.
Furthermore, China supplied £10 worth of wear to E.U in 1993 and ten years later saw a significant increase to £17 in 2003, Indian supplies in 1993 were lesser than what was supplied in 2003, which was £7 and £12 respectively and finally, Bangladesh, had the least of supplies in both years which was £3 in 1993 and increased a little to £6 in 2003.
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