consumer goods expenditures in the UK and France
The given bar chart demonstrates the cost of five different goods (cars, computers, books, perfume and, cameras) in two nations in 2010. Units are measured in pounds sterling.
In general, the most noticeable difference was seen in the spending on cameras between France and the Uk.
Now, turning to details, people in the UK used cars at just over 450,000 slightly more than in France, which stood at 400,000. The spending of the British on books was also higher than that of the French ( just over 400,000; 300,000 respectively ). Furthermore, the British spent money on Camera (well above 350,000) high was more twice as much as the French (150,000).
Turning to the two remaining goods that were spent more than in France. Above 350,000 was costed by the French on computers, the British were lower than, stood at exactly 350,000. The final good is perfume, which was expended at 200,000 in France and, at just under 150,000 in the UK.