The pie chart below show the average household expenditures in Japan and Malaysia in the year 2010.

The pie chart below show the average household expenditures in Japan and Malaysia in the year 2010.
The pie chart illustrates the number of spending by each family in
Japan
and
Malaysia
in 2010.
Overall
, there was a different expenditure between the two countries regarding needs. Housing and Food were far less spent in
Japan
rather than in
Malaysia
while
Transport,
Health
Care
, and Other Goods and Services were spent more in
Japan
.
To begin
, Transport,
Health
Care
and Other Good Services percentage rates are higher than in
Malaysia
, followed by 20% and 29%.
However
,
Health
Care
and Transport percentage in
Japan
was two times bigger than in
Malaysia
by 6
percent
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and 20
percent
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.
On the other hand
, the other aspects were slightly lower than in
Malaysia
.
In Contrast
, the highest percentage of expenditure in
Malaysia
was Housing followed by Food and Other Goods and Services followed by 27% and 26%. Even Though, the proportion rates of
Health
Care
in
Malaysia
was the smallest among the others by 3
percent
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.
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Vocabulary: Replace the words japan, malaysia, health, care with synonyms.
Vocabulary: Only 6 basic words for charts were used.
Vocabulary: The word "percentage" was used 3 times.
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