The table below shows the rate of imported items in five different countries in 2018 and the pie chart shows the average regional imports in that particular year.

Mar 28, 2020 / Academic / 6:47 pm


The rate of imported items in five distinct countries in 2018 and the share of average regional imports in the same year are depicted in the multiple diagrams given.

At a glance, on an average, agro- products were the popular imported items by these countries and in the region.

Of the total imports, Japan imported over a fifth of these products (23%), Australia and Philippines a fifth, and the other two countries (South Korea and Malaysia) at 12% and 15% respectively .When the industrial imports of raw materials was the highest in Australia, with almost a quarter of the country’s imports, this was between 10 and 15% in other countries.

The share of imported textile items in these countries ranged from 10 to 18, with Malaysia and Philippines as the top importers (16 and 18% respectively). Malaysia also stood first in the case of fisheries import at 12%, whereas the rate of imports in other countries stood under 10.

Turning to the pie chart, agro products recorded the highest average regional imports, which was over a third. The rate of regional imports of textiles and industrial raw materials stood at almost 25%, which was 10 more than that of fisheries (15%).

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