The amount of money spent on book expenses in four distinctive European Countries from 1995 to 2015 is measured by US Million Dollars and presented by line graph.
It's evident that the figure shows an upward trend of whole four countries; Germany, France, Italy and Austria in which most money spent was occurred among People of German during all frame times, while the lowest value was gained by Austrian.
To begin with, Germany and French stood at 80 and around 55 respectively, however both experienced different alternates in which German gradually increased peaking at 90 in 1999 but was followed by a slight decline subsequently. Afterwards, it revived up to 90 remaining the highest point over the period. Next, French increased slightly during three initial years, 1995 to 2001, reaching a peak at 70 then continuously rose during following period just under German.
Meanwhile, 1997 shown incline in two remaining countries. But there was a slight fall experienced by Italy in 1999 then continued by steadily growth until the last period. Austria which was the lowest rate at the initial, turned out to cross different path in 2003 and obtained higher level than Italy.