Friday, 22 June 2012
171 words, 26 minutes (after self corrections)
These three bard graphs are about a comparison between developing and industrialized countries in the amount (on average) of study years, scientists and technicians people and how much those group of nations spent on researches and developments; all these information in years 1980 and 1990.
Developing countries show an average of more than 6 years less to study in people than population from industrialized nations. Additionally, in year 1980 only around 10 people were either scientist or technicians of each 1000 in developing countries, while there were over 40 in industrialized one. After a decade this sums increased a few in developing world (around 17), meantime, in the other group, it rose greatly (more and less 70).
Otherwise, developing countries invested around 50 billion dollars on researches and developments in 1980; meanwhile, developed nations tripled that quantity. To make things worse, for drawback countries, they spent less than the middle in the next decade; and at the same time, industrialized nations reached a peak on those investment (over 300 billion dollars).