The Graph below shows the percentage of Australian export to 4 countries from 1990 to 2012. summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The line chart delineates the proportion of Australian goods exported to several nations over the time period of 22 years from 1990 to 2012.
Overall, it is immediately apparent from the chart China had the largest network for importing from Australia, and the export rate fell in India, while it doubled in the US, with both rates finally reaching at 5% approximately.
In detail, the percentage of export business with China began with a fraction of an insignificant amount in 1990, but this ratio of export was gradually inclined by 10% after 11 years. Afterwards, it was actually at its peak, which shares nearly 30% of sales made by Australia in the time period of 10 years. Moreover, Japan had approximately 26% export trade with Australia in 1990, and then it fell fairly steadily until around 2007 with shares at below 20% and moved ahead with a similar trend in the final year.
Furthermore, India left behind in the race of exports from Australia beginning at below 1%, and this negative trend followed over the years, but a sharp inclination was noticed in the year 2000 but the situation in the US was almost reserve of this in 1990, the export market was 10% after this the rate fluctuated around 4% in 1995 and got back to the previous value at approx 10%. It is interesting to note that this export ratio steadily plummeted and got intersected with a ratio of India, which accounted for 7% in 2006 and had the opposite trend until it reached a similar value at 7% in the final year.
Follow Us on IELTSFever Twitter for more updates