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The charts show the share of global manufacturing and exports for four countries between 1985 and 2005. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and making comparisons where relevant.

The provided diagrams show the share of transportation of goods to abroad and global manufacturing and trends from 1985 to 2005 for countries such as Germany, China, Japan and US.
As is observed, United States are number 1 in any period of time, even considering a significant decline in manufacturing sector. While US remained first, China as experienced a dramatic increase in shares, whereas Japan showed an opposite trend. The last but not least, Germany was the most stable.
Turning to the details, the share of US in global production has fallen down to approximately 10 per cents by 2005. Even though, its share is considered the greatest. 2 greatest countries of Asia have shown the results opposite to each other. Particularly, China’s share was accounted for 4 times growth, simultaneously Japan’s share has declined approaching 12% in 2005 from 16% a decade ago. In contrast to these countries, Germany kept its share around 8-9 per cents, sharing the least proportion.
As for the second diagram, China and Japan experienced the same trend as for production. China’s proportions grown by 3 times, while Japan’s share plummeted by minus 4%. Other two countries’ share had been fluctuating until 2005. Share of US was around 15%, and share of Germany was between 10 and 13%.
The provided diagrams
show
the share of transportation of
goods
to abroad and global manufacturing and trends from 1985 to 2005 for countries such as Germany, China, Japan and US.

As
is observed
, United States are number 1 in any period of time, even considering a significant decline in manufacturing sector. While US remained
first
, China as experienced a dramatic increase in shares, whereas Japan
showed
an opposite trend. The last
but
not least, Germany was the most stable.

Turning to the
details
, the share of US in global production has fallen down to approximately 10 per cents by 2005.
Even though
, its share
is considered
the greatest. 2 greatest countries of Asia have shown the results opposite to each other.
Particularly
, China’s share
was accounted
for 4 times growth,
simultaneously
Japan’s share has declined approaching 12% in 2005 from 16% a decade ago.
In contrast
to these countries, Germany
kept
its share around 8-9 per cents, sharing the least proportion.

As for the second diagram, China and Japan experienced the same trend as for production. China’s proportions grown by 3 times, while Japan’s share plummeted by minus 4%. Other two countries’ share had been fluctuating until 2005. Share of US was around 15%, and share of Germany was between 10 and 13%.

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