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  • Arjun

    August 27, 2021 at 6:48 PM

    The two pie charts illustrate the information in proportion about the household expenditure on necessities from 1995 to 2011 in China.

    Overall, it can be seen clearly that food was the major expense for people of china, which was accounted for over the half of the budget in both the years while others like clothing, medicine and household goods were the least in household expense.

    To begin with, money spent by people on Medicine was comprised of 4% in 1995 which got raised by 5% of difference in 2011. Likewise, expenditure on other household goods in the first year was 9% which increased with a slight difference of 3% in 2011.

    With regards in decreasing order, there was a higher proportion in 1995 (19%) which went down with a minimal difference in 2011 (18%). Whereas, food item was the most popular and basic necessity for people to buy which sharply went down with highest difference of 9% within both the years (i.e 1995 and 2011 respectively).

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