AniketMemberAugust 28, 2021 at 9:55 PM
The two pie charts illustrates the proportion of budget on household necessities for four categories, for a particular country China, in two years 1995 and 2011. Overall, it can be seen that the budget had increased gradually for medicine and household necessities, while food and clothing holds a major and significant proportion respectively for both the years.
As it can be explicitly observed that, the budget on food products had declined about 9 percent in the last 16 years. On the other hand, there was a marginal fall in clothing by merely a percent.
With regards to the remaining groups, both household goods and medicine increased slightly. In the year 1995, medicine comprised of a tiny fraction, while it increased slightly to roughly about one in ten in the year 2011. Similarly, household goods rose from about 9 percent to just over a tenth.
In conclusion, spends grew in the last 16 years for medicine and household goods. While, a marginal fall was observed in food and clothing.