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The pie charts compare the changes in exports from different EU countries to India and China between 2005 and 2015.

Overall, Germany was the major exporter to both India and China. Likewise, in India, apart from decrease in exports from Belgium and the UK, the input of other countries remained basically stable, whereas in China, except for a remarkable increase in exports from Germany, the input from others changed insignificantly.

In 2005, the UK was the leading exporter to India(29%), followed by Belgium (25%) and Germany (15%) while Australia’s exports accounted for only 1%. By 2015, Germany’s exports to India had increased by 10% while those of the UK roughly halved and Belgium’s exports fell by 5%. In addition, other countries’ exports remained basically stable.

Over the 10 years period, China’s imports from EU nations witnessed negligible changes other than the proportion of Germany which climbed by 10%. Furthermore, exports from Australia and Belgium to China plateaued, at 2% and 5% respectively.


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The pie charts compare the changes in exports from different EU countries to India and China between 2005 and 2015.

Overall, Germany was the a major exporter to both India and China in those two years. Likewise, Moreover, in India, apart from a decrease in exports imports from Belgium and the UK, the input of goods imported from the other remaining European countries remained basically stable, whereas in China, except for a remarkable increase in exports imports from Germany, the input from others rest also changed little. insignificantly.

In 2005, the UK was the leading exporter to India (29%), followed by Belgium (25%) and Germany (15%) while [ 1] Australia’s Austria’s exports accounted for only 1%. By 2015, Germany’s exports to India had increased by 10%, while those of the UK roughly halved and Belgium’s exports fell by 5%. In contrast, addition, other countries’ exports remained basically stable.

Over the 10 years in question, period, China’s imports from those EU nations witnessed negligible changes other than the proportion of Germany which climbed by 10%. Furthermore, exports from [ 1] Australia’s Austria’s and Belgium to China [ 2] plateaued, remained static at 2% and 5% respectively.

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[ 1]: Those are two different countries!

[ 2]: “plateau” is used for a graph/trend, when you see the line go up and then remain flat at a high level. Google “graph plateau” to see what I mean.

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