The graph shows the amount of money spent on books in Germany, France, Italy and Austria between 1995 and 2005.
The line graph compares the figure of money that was pay for books by four different nations including Germany, France, Italy and Austria from 1995 to 2005.
It is clear that the cost for books rose significantly during the research period in all four nations. In data terms, the amount of books bought was highest in Germany in the whole stage.
In 1995, Germany spent about 80 million $ on books, was the highest amount, while the amount of money for books was significant lower in Austria, at just about 30 million. While approximately 50 million $ was spent on books by both France and Italy people. In 2001, there was a slight increase in the amount of buying books in both France and Austria, at 70 and 40 million respectively, while Germany and Italy only showed a minor variation.
In 2005, Austria saw a dramatic rise in the amount of money buying books, at over 70 million, was the same figure with France, followed about 60 million by Italy. The highest about 95 million $ of the quantity money buying books was Germany.