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The given pie charts illustrates the statistics of exports from several EU countries in the years 2000 and 2011 to India and china.

The given pie charts illustrates the statistics of exports from several EU countries in the years 2000 and 2011 to India and china.
As its clearly visible that UK was the leading country in 2000 but by the year 2011 it gradually fall down from 29% to 13%, while Germany jumped its place from third in 2000 with ratio 15% to first in 2011 with a ratio of 25% and became the biggest exporter of goods to India replacing UK. However Austria was the country which is maintaining its position at last with a ratio of 1% in 2000 and 2% in 2011.
Furthermore, for china Germany was maintaining its position as the biggest exporter of goods to china in both the years with a ratio of 38% in 2000 and 48% in 2011. Followed by France with ratio 13% and 10% in the respective years. While Austria and Italy were the countries covering the least and equal area of the pie-chart in year 2000 around 2% but by the year 2011 Finland replaced Spain and came with Austria on the bottom position with equal ratio of 2%.
The
given
pie charts illustrates the statistics of exports from several EU countries in the years 2000 and 2011 to India and china.

As its
clearly
visible that UK was the leading country in 2000
but
by the year 2011 it
gradually
fall
down from 29% to 13%, while Germany jumped its place from third in 2000 with ratio 15% to
first
in 2011 with a ratio of 25% and became the biggest exporter of
goods
to India replacing UK.
However
Austria was the country which is maintaining its position at last with a ratio of 1% in 2000 and 2% in 2011.

Furthermore
, for china Germany was maintaining its position as the biggest exporter of
goods
to
china
in both the years with a ratio of 38% in 2000 and 48% in 2011. Followed by France with ratio 13% and 10% in the respective years. While Austria and Italy were the countries covering the least and equal area of the pie-chart in year 2000 around 2%
but
by the year 2011 Finland replaced Spain and came with Austria on the bottom position with equal ratio of 2%.

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