The pie chart below shows bottled water consumption in various regions as a percent of global consumption and the bar-chart shows the growth of bottled water consumption in 2001.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
20 minutes, 150 words at least.
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The pie chart illustrates the
number of people as percentage of the total number percentage of people consuming packaged water in 8 different regions of the world in 1999, and the bar graph depicts the percentage increase in percentage consumption in these regions brought about in the year 2001.
Overall, the highest bottled water consumption in the year 1999 was seen in the Western Europe, whereas Asia recorded
its lowest use the lowest. The largest increase in bottled water consumption in the year 2001 was seen in Asia. In contrast to this, Western Europe recorded the least percentage growth in the in packaged water usage.
In 1999, Western Europe accounted for 48 percent of the global
share of bottled water consumption. It is was closely followed by the United States where people consumed 15 percent of the total global packaged water usage. In contrast to this, both Australia and Asia consumed just 2 percent of the total packaged water used around the world. However, Latin America accounted for just one tenth of total usage of the world.
In the year 2001, Asia witnessed an increase of a whopping 14 percent in the usage of packaged water. It
is was closely followed by Latin America and New Zealand, where the growth was close to 12 percent. In contrast to this, Western Europe recorded close to 2 percent growth in packaged water consumption, which was the least of all the 8 regions under study.
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