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The given line graph illustrates the robberies of vehicles in Great Britain, Sweden, France and Canada from 1990 to 1999, a period of nine years. Overall, the cases of vehicle robberies in Great Britain, France and Canada minimally fell, whereas the robberies in Sweden went up.
In 1990 Great Britain recorded the highest thefts of vehicles with approximately 18 per thousand vehicles, followed by Sweden, Canada and France. After a few fluctuations the cases in Great Britain decreased to nearly 16 thefts per1000 vehicles, on the other hand Canada and France were showing approximately the same counts, except in the interval between 1993 to 1999 in which the robbery cases in Canada was leveled off with approximately 5 thefts per 1000 vehicles but in France it reached a high of nearly 7 thefts per thousand vehicles and slightly came down at the same count of Canada.
In contrast to this Sweden was showing upward trend. However apart from a brief leveled off between 1996 to 1998, the robbery cases in Sweden rapidly escalated till 1999 with nearly 12 thefts per 1000 vehicles. Despite of this rapid increment the theft cases in Sweden was still less than that of Great Britain.