Noticeable figures for expenditures in two countries
The pie charts presents the overall family spending in Japan and Malaysia in the year 2010. Overall, it is noticeable that both countries allocated smallest proportion of their budget on health care.
Japan allocated most of their money on other goods and services with 29 %, which was 3 % higher than Malaysia. Meanwhile, Malaysian spent most of their budget on other housing, more than one-third, while Japan only spent 21 %. On the other hand, Japan spent one-fifth of their expenditure on transport which was twice than Malaysian expenditure. However, Malaysian spent bigger money on food (27 %) than Japanese did with 24 %.
Although both states allocated the smallest of their expenditure on health care, a domination was shown in Japan with 6 % which twice than Malaysian family. On the other words, it can be seen that Malaysian family spent a half lower than Japanese in both transport and healthcare.