MemberFebruary 16, 2022 at 9:28 AM100 Network PointsActivity Points 260
The given two Pie charts elaborate about the household budget for necessities in China for 1995 and 2011.
We can clearly observe that the food took the major part of the household budget for both the years respectively although the spending fell from 68% to 59%.
The clothing is the second most imperative part of the household expenditure but it fell narrowly from 19% in 1995 to 18% during 2011.
The household goods share come third for the given years of 1995 and 2011 however, the percentage narrowed from 12% to 9%.
Last but no the least medicine occupied the least space for the two years. But the we can clearly
notice the spending on medicines progressing rapidly from 4% on the given year of 1995 to almost 11% matching the food
We conclude that Food part occupies the first rank among household spending by huge margin followed by clothing, household good and medicines. But can see clear increase in more being spent on medicine.