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The tables illustrates information about sales of fairtrade-labelled tea & pineapples in five european countries(france, austria, germany, netherlands & norway) in the year 2010 & 2015.The units are measured in millions of euros.
Overall, it can be implied that sales of both the commodities(tea & pineapples) in most of the european countries is much higher in 2015 as compared to 2010.However in some countries like Norway & Germany sale of pineapple was decreased significantly in 2015 as compared to 2010.Furthermore,Austria had the highest sale of both the commodites in 2010.Also,france had the highest sale of tea in 2015 whereas austria had the highest sale of pineapple in the same year.
It can be seen that, in 2010, sale of tea in france was 2.5 million euroes which rose to almost 10 times in 2015 (21 million euroes).Similar trend is observed for the remaining 4 european countries.For e.g. in case of Austria it can be seen that sale of tea got doubled in 2015(8 million euroes) as compared to 2010(4 million euroes).Furthermore, for the remaining three countries sale of tea increased slightly.
In case of sales of pineapple,it can be observed that, for Austria ,france & Netherlands sale of pineapple increased to 3 times in 2015 as compared to 2010.In Austria sale of pineapple was 16 million euroes in 2010 which increased significantly to 48 milllion euroes in 2015.Similar trend was observed in other two countries(france & Netherlands).Whereas,for the countries like Norway & Germany sale of pieapple decreased drastically.As in 2010 sale of pieapple in Norway & Germany was 2.8 & 3 million euroes respectively which got decreased to 2 & 1.9 million euroes respectively.
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