The average prices per kilometre of clothing imported into the European Union from six different countries in 1993 and 2003 are shown in the bar chart below. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
Sample Answer of The Average Prices per Kilometre of Clothing Imported Into the European Union from Six Different Countries in 1993 and 2003
The bar chart demonstrates the average price per kilometre of dressing shipped into the European Union from six different nations in 1993 and 2003. Units are in pounds.
Overall, the year 2003 recorded the highest average price per kilometre of clothing within the said period. Argentina had the greatest in both years, whereas Bangladesh possessed the lowest price per kilometre of clothing.
Foremost, it is observed that, in 1993, Argentina attained the maximum average price per kilometre of clothing with 28 pounds. And Brazil got the second price with 23 pounds. Japan and China average price per kilometre dressing were 15 pounds and 10 pounds, respectively. Although India average price was low, Bangladesh had the least average price of 3 pounds.
In 2003, Argentina although declined from 28 pounds to 25.5 pounds but it still tops among the rest of the countries. Brazil, too, maintained the second country for an average price per kilometre of clothing with the same price of 23 pounds. China increased the price from 10 pounds in 1993 to 22 pounds in 2003, Japan average price per kilometre of clothing declined to 13 pounds. At the same time, India raised its price to 12 pounds. Bangladesh still holds the smallest price, but it has doubled to 6 pounds.
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