This table illustrates a comparison of revenue in a year for person in eight countries from 2008 to 2013.
Overall, there are four increased counties which are( Poland, Luxembourg, Belgium, Austria). Netherland was remain the same percentage of growth during that period. While (Greece,Italy, United Kingdom) were countries which had decline of growth.
Poland marked the highest level which is 22% of growth. In 2008 Luxembourg was 30,000$ which rise into 35,000$ in 2013 , that means it was sizable a 17% of increasing during six years. Belgium experienced the third highest growth of the four largest countries. By 2013 Australia steeped rise from 24.000 to 27.000 respectively.
Netherland was the only country which remained the same by 29.000$ in 2008 and 2013. However the greatest decrease country noticed in Greece Which -13% fall between 2008 to 2013. United Kingdom also registered a drop of revenue , albeit not as decline as Italy ( -4 compared to-12) .
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The table illustrates a comparison of the annual revenue of eight countries in 2008 and 2013.
Overall, four countries experienced an increase (Poland, Luxembourg, Belgium and Australia). The Netherlands neither grew nor shrunk over the period. Finally, three countries saw a decline in their revenue figures (Greece, Italy, and the United Kingdom).
Of the countries that increased over the period, the largest growth can be seen in Poland (at 22% between the two dates). Luxembourg similarly experienced a large amount of growth: $30,000 to $35,000, representing a sizeable growth of 17% over the six-year period. Belgium experienced the third-highest growth of the four increasing countries. Finally, Austria registered a rather steep increase in revenue from $24,000 to $27,000 in 2008 and 2013, respectively.
The remaining four countries did not increase over the period. The Netherlands was the only country that remained the same in both years: reporting revenue of $29,000 in 2008 and 2013. The other countries saw a reduction in revenue rates, the largest of which was in Greece. Greek citizens saw their revenue fall by -13% between 2008 and 2013. Italy’s decrease was similar to Greece’s (-12%). The finally countries was the United Kingdom, which also registered a drop in revenue, albeit not as great a decline as Greece’s (-4% compared to -13%).
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