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The table below gives information on consumer spending on different items in five different countries in 2002.
Percentage of national consumer expenditure by category - 2002.
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The table shows the average spending of five countries on different items in 2002. The countries are Ireland, Italy, Spain, Sweden and Turkey.
For the food/drink/tobacco category Turkey spent the most that accounted to 32.14%. This was followed by Ireland with 28.91%, and further followed by Spain, Italy and Sweden on the 3rd, 4th and 5th place respectively.
Next, for the clothing/footwear category Italy purchased highest at 9.00%. Ireland, Spain and Turkey had nearly the same expenditure at 6% and Sweden at the bottom list.
Lastly for the leisure/education category, Turkey once again topped the four other countries in spending with 4.45%. Both Sweden and Italy spent a little over than 3%. Ireland spent 2.21% and Spain was cited as the least spending country in this category with only 1.98%.
The graph showed that Turkey was the most spending country among five countries in almost of the three categories. While Sweden demonstrated to be the least spending country in two out of three categories.