The diagram compares how much money was spent on six different products in Germany, Italy,
France and Britain.
Overall, more money was spent on toys and photographic film than on any other product. Also,
the British were the biggest spenders in all six categories among the nations compared in the
bar chart, while German consumers generally had the lowest figures.
In Britain, the highest amount of money was spent on photographic film (more than 170 million
pounds), while similar amounts were spent on personal stereos and tennis racquets which
together ranked last.
The French spent the second highest amount of money among the four nations on compact
disks, toys and photographic film, while they ranked last in personal stereos, tennis racquets and
Italian consumers spent more money on toys than on any other product (a bit less than £160
million), but they also paid a lot for photographic film.
Finally, Germans spent the least overall, having similar spending figures for all 6 products
compared in the chart.