The table below gives information on consumer spending on different items in five different countries in 2002. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
The table graph represents information about spending expenditures on different items by the consumer in Ireland, Italy, Spain, Sweden and Turkey in 2002.
Overall, It is clearly seen in the table that spending expenditures on food, drinks, or tobacco is in High percentage instead of clothing, footwear and leisure, and Education.
In Ireland, consumers spent 28.9% on food, drinks, or tobacco, 6.43% on clothing and 2.21% on education purposes. It is seen in the table that food, drinks tobacco in Italy, Spain, Sweden and Turkey, respectively, 16.36%, 18.80%, 15.77%, and 32.14%.
On Education or leisure, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Sweden and Turkey’s spending expenditures respectively 2.21%, 3.20%, 1.98%, 3.22%, and 4.35%. Also on clothes and footwear, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Sweden and Turkey spent their earing by consumers respectively, 6.43%, 9.00%, 6.51%, 5.40%, 6.63%.
In 2002, all five countries’ consumers spent their earnings on food, drinks, and tobacco. They rarely spend on leisure, Education. From this information, it is clear that high spending expenditures on food etc. and low expenditures on Education.
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