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sabita thapa

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The line graph below shows how much money was spent on cars in four different countries in Asia.
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The line graph illustrates the amounts of money in US Dollars spent on cars in four Asian countries (China, Vietnam, Thailand, and Indonesia) from 1995 to 2005.

Overall, China spent the most money on private vehicles during the entire period. It is also clear that despite some fluctuations, spending on cars increased in all four nations over the 10 years.

China’s expenditure fluctuated between around $80 million and $85 million between 1995 and 2003, before increasing to just under $100 millions in the final year. Vietnam was the only country that had a steady rise in the sales of cars from about $55 million in 1995, approximately $70 in 2001 and finally just under $75 million in 2005.

Looking at Indonesia, it started with the lowest car seller with nearly $30 million in 1995, which increased slightly until 2001 with $40 million, before rising significantly to become the third highest with around $64 million in 2005. Thailand’s spending on cars fluctuated between 1995 and 2001 with almost $50 million and just below $60 million, before rising slightly to just over %60 million in 2005.
 

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The line graph illustrates the amounts of money in US Dollars spent on cars in four Asian countries (China, Vietnam, Thailand, and Indonesia) from 1995 to 2005.

Overall, China spent the most money on private vehicles during the entire period. It is also clear that despite some fluctuations, spending on cars increased in all four nations over the 10 years period.

China’s expenditure fluctuated between around $80 million and $85 million between 1995 and 2003, before increasing to just under $100 millions in the final year. Vietnam was the only country that had a steady rise in the sales of cars from about $55 million in 1995, to approximately $70 in 2001 and finally just under $75 million in 2005.

Looking at Indonesia, it started with the lowest car seller sales with nearly $30 million in 1995, which increased slightly until 2001 with $40 million, before rising significantly to become the third highest, with around $64 million in 2005. Thailand’s spending on cars fluctuated between 1995 and 2001 with almost $50 million and just below $60 million, before rising slightly to just over $60 million in 2005.

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