A breakdown of how much wheat exported by three regions from 1985 to 1990, a 6-year period is presented in the line chart. Overall, it is important to note that the proportion of the wheat exports for the figure in European community rose significantly, while Canada remained virtually unchanged. In any case, by far the lowest trend was seen in Australia.
Initially, the number of the wheat exports in Canada broke a record as the highest proportion at approximately 19 million tonnes. In the following year, Australia's exports significantly increased to 16%, while another figure saw a gradual decrease prior to increasing in 1987. Surprisingly, European community successfully over took Australia's figure in the export activity.
By 1988, the wheat exports of Canadians had continuously grown and peaked at 25 million tonnes. Meanwhile, European community had remained stable, with almost at a half of Canada's figure. In 1989, while the proportion of Canada exports experienced a dramatic drop by roughly 11 million tonnes, another region surpassed it. However, the previous trend rose back to the 1985 figure in the next year.