muathuthattuyet 5 / 7 Jul 17, 2016 #1The pie chart describes the sales volume of Coca in five regions, whereas the graph illustrates the changes in the share price of the brand over the period from 1996 to 2000.Overall, while North America and the Latin America made up the vast majority of Coca consumption, Middle East accounted for the least proportion of all. Over the 1996-2001 period, there was a drastic change in the share price of Coca.The biggest amount of Coca ( 30.4 percent) went to North America, which was closely followed by Latin America with 25.7 percent of the total. Accordingly, Europe comprised of 20.5 percent of Coca consumed worldwide, while it was 16.5 percent in Asia and a mere 7 percent in the Middle EastTurning to the line graph, the Coca share price, which began in 1996 at about 35 dollars per share, rose dramatically to reach nearly 70 dollars per share in mid-1997 before falling slightly to only 55 dollars per share at the end of the same year. This figure, however, recovered almost at once to peak at 80 dollars per share in mid-1998. After this point, the price experienced a sharp drop and several fluctuations to end the period in 2001 at 55 dollars per share.