the pie chat and table give information about the total value and sources of fish imported to

The pie chat and table give information about the total value and sources of fish imported to the US between 1988 and 2000.


The pie chat and table give information about the total value and sources of fish imported to the US between 1988 and 2000.
The
given
pie chart and table is representing the final ratio of fish transported to America from 1988 to 2000.

The most highlighting part of this table is telling about the total value of billions of dollars. In
2000 it
was at the pick point about 10. 72%, and in 1992 it was
only
close to three per centum below from previous.
However
, the beginning year could not have grown from those years.

Furthermore
, the second pie chart is
considering about source
of fish imported to the US. In 1998 Canada did sand 60% of its fish to America and after four years it declined about thirty-four per cent
moreover
, ten years after it again came down about 28%. In 1992 and 2000 other was not a
big
difference it was not four per centum. The fish imported ratio from in 1992 was 20% and it rose in 2000 ten per cent.

Overall
, Canada and other transport more fish to America,
because
North America is a
neighbour
county,
therefore
, that for
very
easy than others.

5.5
Total Band
5
Coherence and Cohesion
5.5
Lexical Resource
6
Grammatical Range
5.5
Task Achievement
IELTS Writing Evaluation

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