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The given pie charts illustrate the information in percentage about household expenditure of goods in the China from year 1995 and 2011.
Overall, it seems that maximum income spends on the household goods and minimum spends on the medical needs as compare to others in both years. Moreover, overall percentage on food items has increase from year 1995 to 2011, on the other hand in 2011, less amount spends on clothing as compared to year 1995.
In 1995, we can see total 68% of household budget spends on things which requires in house and this expenditure has decreases to 59% in year 2011. Although, in both years maximum amount spends on household goods only. However, amount of money spends on medicines is minimum as compared to others which is 4% in year 1995 and 11% in year 2011.
In addition, there is 19% of income pay out to clothes by Chinese people in 1995 and expenditure on the same is decreased by 1% in year 2011. However, money spends on foods is 9% of total in year 1995 and it further increases by 3% in year 2011.