The bar chart below provides information about the top ten rice-producing countries in the world in 2015. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and comparing where relevant.
The bar chart illustrates the first ten countries (China, India, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Thailand, Burma, Philippines, Brazil and Japan) for Rice growth in the world in 2015. The X-axis depicts the Rice produced in thousand tons, and the Y – axis depicts the list of the top ten countries. Overall, China grows the highest rice production among the other countries.
Among the ten nations, China grew the highest quantity of Rice, with more than 145 thousand tons of Rice in 2015, whereas India produced 115 thousand tons of Rice, standing in second place in the list. While Indonesia is in third place with turned out 35,000 tons of rice grains, Bangladesh is slightly less with 33,000 tons respectively, and Vietnam is in fifth place and produced 30,000 tons of Rice in 2015.
Furthermore, Rice generated by the remaining countries were less than 20,000 tons. Brazil and Japan processed an equal amount of quantity of with12,000 tons of Rice in 2015.
In Conclusion, the top ten countries that produced Rice in the world in the year 2015 are visualized in bar chart form, China is in first place, and India is in Second place, approximately.
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