A breakdown of export sales of Southland in three different areas measured in £ billion between 2000, 2016, and 2025 as projected year, is illustrated in the bar chart. It is immediately apparent that the trend of three productions is different. In any case, dairy products have the greatest sales despite of fluctuation although international tourism is expected to break the record.
Moving to a more detailed analysis, the upward and downward trend can be seen on international tourism and meat products respectively. Meanwhile dairy products showed fluctuation sales. In 2000, the products of farm stood at just below £7 billion before it jumped and set a sales record in the following sixteen year. However, the abroad trades of farm products were forecasted to fall slightly in 2025. On the other hand, tourism was the greatest export in 2000 and the sales climbed considerably and were projected to reach a high of approximately £10 billion in 2025.
Turning to meat products, it was the least popular choice in the time frame. Initially, the highest international purchase of meat was at £ 6 billion and these sales decreased significantly in 2016 and will hit a low of £5 billion in 2025. A closer look to the chart reveals that the selling record was dairy products in 2016 before global tourism is projected to come to a head of the popular consuming in 2025.