The graph below shows the number of shops that closed and the number of new shops that opened in one country between 2011 and 2018. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make relevant comparisons.
The line graph elucidates the number of shops closed and opened by a particular nation from 2011 to 2018. Data is calibrated into thousand.
Overall, it is crystal clear that the majority of the shops were closed in two thousand fifteen whereas the minimum opened at the end of the period.
Looking into the details, 65000 shops had been closing, in comparison, it declined slightly and reached 6000 in 2012. Likewise, the trend of closing shows fluctuations between 2013 and 2014. Interestingly, in 2018 there was a dramatic reduction witnessed by around 200, which was the greatest change in a particular country. In the following years, there was negligible difference observed towards closing shops.
Turning to the further details, in the initial year, 85000 shops had been opened, which was the peak point in the given period. While in 2012 the counting of it reduced by nearly half, then after increasing with tiny fraction and touched to above 6000. Despite this, people’s preference plummeted, and 200 shops opened in 2015. Last but not least, during the two years there was an almost similar trend of opening the shops, which drop with 500 and in last year the counting of it was 3000 in 2018 in one nation.
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