The chart below shows the amount spent on six consumer goods in four European countries. Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below. You should write at least 150 words.




The bar chart shows the pounds sterling spent on six consumer goods by four countries: Germany, Italy, France and Britain.
The greatest spending was done by Britain for photographic films of more than 170,000 pounds sterling. While, the lowest spending was done by France for tennis racquets amounting to little more than 140,000 pounds sterling. Even though Germany’s spending was lowest for most of the consumer goods, for tennis racquets and personal stereos France did lowest spending.
Britain recorded highest spending for all consumer goods. In terms of photographic films, Germany did lowest spending. It is important to note that, Italy and France spent equal amount of pound sterling which is bit less than 160,000 for Toys. Whereas, Germany and France spent equal amount for personal stereos which is almost 150,000-pound sterling. Overall, the spending of all four countries was quite similar in terms of personal stereos.

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