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The chart shows the expenditure of 2 nations:the UK and France, on consumer goods (cars, computers, books, perfume, camera) in 2010.

Overall,UK spent more money than France on consumer goods in total. Both of them spent most money on cars, least on perfume in the UK and cameras in France. In addition, the most significant difference in expenditure between 2 countries was on camera.

In terms of cars, people in the UK spent about 450k £ on this, higher than French who spent £400000. Moreover, the British afforded more money on books than French around £400000 and £300000, respectively. The money spent on cameras in the UK (about £350000) was twice higher than that in France (only £150000)

On the other hand, the amount of remaining goods was higher in France. Above £350000 was spent by the French on computers which was slightly more than the British who spent exactly £350000. Neither of the countries spent much on perfume which accounted for £200000 of expenditure in France but under £150000 in Britain

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The chart shows the expenditure of 2 nations: in two countries: the UK and France, on five categories of consumer goods (cars, computers, books, perfume, and cameras) in 2010.

Overall, the UK spent more money than France on consumer goods in total, and both of them spent the most money on cars, least on perfume in while the UK spent the least on perfume and cameras in France the least on cameras. In addition, the most significant difference in expenditure between those two countries was on cameras.

In terms of cars, people in the UK spent about £450k, on this, higher than the French who spent [ 1]£400,000. Moreover, the British afforded spent more money on books than did the French, around £400,000 and £300,000, respectively. The money spent on cameras in the UK (about £350000) was twice higher than double that in France (only £150,000).

On the other hand, the amount of for the remaining goods categories, spending was higher in France. Above £350000 Around £380,000 was spent by the French on computers which was slightly more than the British who spent exactly £350,000. Finally, neither of those countries spent much on perfume, which accounted for around£200,000 of expenditure in France, but under £150,000 in Britain.

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[ 1]: Use the comma as the thousands separator. It makes numbers easier to read.

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