the pie charts below shop the online shopping sales for retail sectors in New Zealand in 2003 and 2013 summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant
The pie diagrams show the percentage of online shopping in New Zealand in 2003 and 2013.
Overall, the main trend had changed, there were significant modifies in the retail sectors preferences indeed. Some clusters, like movies,
for example, increased their values,
whileothers, like clothes, lost some points in the ranking. It can be inferred from the 2003 graph that the most appreciate sector was travel.
Hence, people dedicated in voyages 36% of their online shopping.
alsobought clothes through websites, with a percentage of 24%. The
lasttwo groups were represented by books and movies and music, in fact, their percentages were 19% and 21% respectively. In 2013, the most preferred clusters were film and music, with 33% of preferences.
Furthermore, 29% of expenditure was invested in travel. The trend had been modified in 2013. Comparing
thisyear with 2003, it is shown that in 2013 film and music increased their values by 12%, and, in the same way,
alsothe book sector gained 3% of preferences.
On the other hand, the clothes and travel groups reduced their points by about 8% and 7%,
hencethey moved from the first to the second position in the ranking and from the second to the
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