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IELTS Academic Task 1: Scotland’s Exports in 2014.

The bar chart below shows Scotland’s exports to the rest of the UK and the rest of the world for the year 2014.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

Write at least 150 words.

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Answer:

The given bar chart presents information on exports by various industries in Scotland to rest of the United Kingdom and rest of the world in 2014.

Overall, services to businesses, hotels and restaurants contributed the most to the region’s exports to rest of the world while chemicals and mineral products industry was the largest exporter to rest of the United Kingdom.

Scotland’s exports to rest of the world were mostly from the business, finance and hotels services industry followed by chemicals and mineral products, (need an OXFORD comma here) and wholesale and retail. Food and drink manufacturing, and other manufacturing earned almost the same revenue of 5.9 billion pounds from exports. Electrical and instrument engineering, with 2.3 billion pounds revenue, made the least contribution to exports.

The region’s exports to rest of the United kingdom were dominated by chemicals and mineral products with 5.0 billion pounds of revenue. This was closely followed by food and drink manufacturing, and electrical and instrument engineering. Agriculture, forestry, fishing and mining made the least contribution to Scotland’s exports to rest of the United Kingdom.

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