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divorce rates in two countries

The given bar chart provides information about the divorce rates in percentages in Finland and Sweden over 5 years between years 2011 and 2015.
Overall, the rates of divorce in Sweden have been greater than in Finland. However, by the end of the period divorce rates in Finland have overtaken the records in Sweden.
Initially, in Finland divorce rate was approximately 37%. A year later percentage of divorcing parents decreased to nearly 35%. In the next two years, records kept on raising gradually, reaching 39% and 41% roughly. By the end of 2015 rates remained constant at 41%.
On the other hand, in Sweden rates were much higher than in Finland, starting from around 45%. In 2012, it had its peak and reached almost 50%. After 2012, the divorce rates started to decrease steadily. In 2013, it decreased roughly by 2%, and became 47% approximately. In the next two years records decreased to 45% and 37% aptly.
The
given
bar chart provides information about the divorce rates in percentages in Finland and Sweden over 5 years between years 2011 and 2015.

Overall
, the rates of divorce in Sweden have been greater than in Finland.
However
, by the
end
of the period divorce rates in Finland have overtaken the records in Sweden.

Initially
, in Finland divorce rate was approximately 37%. A year later percentage of divorcing parents decreased to
nearly
35%. In the
next
two years, records
kept
on raising
gradually
, reaching 39% and 41% roughly. By the
end
of 2015 rates remained constant at 41%.

On the other hand
, in Sweden rates were much higher than in Finland, starting from around 45%. In 2012, it had its peak and reached almost 50%. After 2012, the divorce rates
started
to decrease
steadily
. In 2013, it decreased roughly by 2%, and became 47% approximately. In the
next
two years records decreased to 45% and 37%
aptly
.

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