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.
The bar chart presents the amount of European expenditure on six distinct products and is measured in thousand pounds sterling. Overall, it is immediately apparent that Britain people spend more money than the other three countries in all consumer items.
A closer look to the data reveals that Britain and France have a considerable expenditure on photographic film and CDs. There are 170 and 165 sales of photographic film for both countries respectively. They surpass Italy and Germany which account for less than 160. Similarly with CDs, the figure for British and French was a lot higher than the others, roughly 160. France and Italy remained the same in toys, at 159, while Britain leads the category at 170.
Turning to perfumes, Britain and Italy witness the highest sales throughout the proportion, 160 and 155 respectively. In comparison, the figure for France and Germany are up to 145. Expenditure of tennis racquets follow a similar pattern, however the number in each items is less than perfumes, about 150. Interestingly, when it comes to personal stereos, consumer expenditure for both France and Germany is equal, at 150.