How to write this bar chart: The chart below shows the expenditure of two countries on consumer goods in 2010
Introduction: The bar chart compares the amount of money spent on five different products in two countries in year of 2010.
It is clear that the highest amount of money was spent on cars in two countries, while the amount of money spent on perfume in the UK and Cameras in France was lowest in the given year.
In terms of expenditure, the UK’s and French people spent their highest amount of money on cars in 2010, at more than 4,50,000 € and 400,000 € respectively, In this year, people of the UK spent their higher amount of money on books, at above 400,000 € and France people spent 300,000 € on this product, For buying cameras, people spent around 3,50,000 in the UK, and in France Peoples spending was 1,50,000 €.
For the remaining expenditure, the amount of money spent on Computers in France was just over 3,50,000€, but 3,50,000 € was spent by the UKs people on this product during the year of 2010, for the same year, people bought perfume spending 200,000 € in France and less than 1,50,000 € in the UK.