Social and economic indicators for four countries in 1994

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The table below shows social and economic indicators for four countries in 1994, according to United Nations statistics.

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

You should write at least 150 words.

social and economic indicators

Sample Answer:
Data presented on the table shows four social & economic indicators in the year 1994 for Canada, Japan, Peru and Zaire based on the statistics of UN. As is observed from the given data Japan and Canada had far better economic conditions than the other two countries.

According to the table data, Japan had the highest per capita income (annually over 15 thousand US dollar) while Peru and Zaire had a smaller per person income (just over 100 USD) in 1994. Canada held second position in this economic indicator with over 11 thousand per person annual income. Again, life expectancy in Japan and Canada was far better than the other two countries. While Japanese population had a 78 years life expectancy, people of Peru and Zaire had around 50 years life expectancy at birth time.

Canadian and Japanese people had plenty of daily calories supply ( around 3000 calories per day for individual person) while Peru and Zaire managed to have less than 2 thousand daily calories supply per person.

For the final economic and social indicator of these 4 given countries, literacy rate in Japan and Canada was far better than other two countries. Peru managed to have over 50% literacy rates while almost two-third population of Zaire was illiterate.

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