The bar chart compares the amount of money spent on five different consumables in 2010 of two nations: the UK and France.


In general, the UK’s inhabitants paid for consumer goods more than the French in most categories. Besides, the biggest difference in the amount of money spent by the two countries was displayed in the figure for cameras.


The figures for cars held the lion’s share of the expenditure of both France and Britain, approximately £400,000 and £450,000, respectively. On the other hand, perfume made up the least amount of money spent by those countries.


In terms of cameras, this type of consumable witnessed the most remarkable gap between the money spent by France and the UK which is estimated to be around £200,000. The figure for the latter is more than doubled the amount of money spent by the former, £350,000 and £150,000, in the order given.

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The bar chart compares the amount of money spent on five different consumables products in 2010 of two nations: in the UK and France.

In general, the UK’s inhabitants paid more for consumer goods more than did the French in most categories. Besides, the biggest difference in the amount of money spent by the two countries was displayed in the figure for cameras.

The figures for cars held the lion’s share of the expenditure of in both France and Britain, at approximately £400,000 and £450,000, respectively. On the other hand, perfume made up accounted for the least amount of money spent by people in those countries.

In terms of Furthermore, cameras , this type of consumable witnessed had the most remarkable gap between the money spent by France and the UK, which is estimated to be around £200,000. The figure for the latter is was more than doubled double the amount of money spent by the former, £350,000 and £150,000, in the that order. Given.

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