MemberFebruary 24, 2022 at 1:36 PM
The above pie chart gives information about the household percentage of spending on essential goods in China for the years 1995 and 2011. We can see that there are visible differences in the percentages of food, clothing, medicine and household goods from the pie charts
Overall, the budget for food has come down from 1995(68%) to 2011(59%). We can also see a sharp increase in budget for medicines. Household goods budget was increased slightly. clothing budget almost remained the same.
The interpretation of pie charts shows us how food budget has come down with a decrease of 9% Which can be attributed to current generation’s body goals and income. The implementation of one-child policy can also be a reason for decrease in food budget.
Medicine has gained more importance over the years which can be a result of new illnesses and adulteration of food. it increased from 4% to 11%, which is more than double of the budget in 1995.