PranavMemberMay 30, 2022 at 4:14 PM
The given pie graphs show a percentage comparison on how the Chinese spent on essential household goods for the years 1995 and 2011 respectively.
Overall, expenditure on medicine had a slight rise whereas spending on food items saw a significant drop. Moreover spends on household goods and clothing didn’t increase much.
During the year 1995, Medicine was the least spent essential item at 4% on the other hand a large amount was spent on food items. This changed in 2011, where expenditure on food items had dipped by 9% and medicine had climbed by 7%.
Spends on household goods and Clothing didn’t really have a significant change over the years in China. Clothing contributed to 19% in 1995 and took a small dip of 1% by 2011. Household goods jumped to 3% increase in 2011 from 9% in 1995.
To summarize, household goods and clothing had a slight increase in consumption over the years while food spends saw a major decline.