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  • Sonam

    May 31, 2022 at 2:12 PM

    The above pie chart illustrates the relative spending done by China household on necessary goods in 1995 and 2011. The spending will be shown in the form of percentage.

    Overall, it can be seen, food was a major attraction for people of China ,that is the reason they spent lavishly on food in contrast to other domestic items like food, clothing, and medicine.

    Glaringly, food purchase scored the first position catering to 68% in 1995 and 59% in 2011, yet a significant decrease can also be seen in this area in 2011. In terms of expense, other position was backed by clothes, individuals spent generously with a slight decrease of 1% in 2011 in contrast to 1995.

    However, focusing further a sharp rise was noticeable in purchase of medicine with an increment of 7% in 2011. Earlier it was just 4% in 1995. Moreover, a slight rise with 3% was also spotted in pick up of household goods in 2011. @fal

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