The chart shows the status of government finance in four countries, England America, Kenya, D, and it classifies the expenditure in four part, including Education, Defense, Health, and other.
The common ground of four countries is expenditure in other accounts for the primary part, which all are close to seventy per cent. The cost in health is also similar in four countries. From the chart we could know that the invest in health in these countries holds ten per cent in all government expenditure equally, except in England, the health expenditure of which is about fifteen per cent.
The differences are in the part of the cost in Education and Defense. In England and America, the governments pay more attention to the defense. Respectively, there are ten per cent in the full cost in England and fifteen in America. On the other hand, In Kenya and D, more expending is used in Education, the cost of which is about fifteen per cent. The cost in Defense in both countries is a little.
The above four pie charts show the expenditure condition in four countries, Korea, America, Britain, and Kenya during 1990-1995. It infects the great difference that exists between wealthier and poorer nations.
As we can see from the pie charts, American and British people tend to spend more money on defense and health. The proportion of health in America and Britain, which occupied/took up/comprised 15% and 17% respectively, was higher than the other two countries. The proportion of defend was over 20%, particularly in America up to 21%. The corresponding figures for Kenya and Korea were 4% and 5% each.
The noticeable character of expenditure in Korea and Kenya was higher expense proportion on education. There are 16% and 12% of the total expenditure used by them on education. These figures were overwhelmingly higher than the corresponding figure of 6% in America and 5% in Britain.
These four countries have similar condition in the expenditure aspect of education, defend and health, which was about 70% of the overall outgoings.