The bar chart shows 5 countries’ spending on health in 2002. The bar chart illustrates the national expenditure for health in Japan, Italy, Germany, and the USA during 2002.
According to the chart, the public health spending made up a crucial spending. Compared with the USA, which spent 8%, the highest percentage among these five countries, Japan spent the least, 5.4%. And Germany even consumed twice on it than on private health.
In terms of the private spending on health, on which people in the other four countries generally spent less, the USA, serving as an exception, consumed the most, reaching 9%, even higher than the spending of public health, while Germany represented the lowest one, 2%.
All these five countries spent greatly on health, both in public and in private. It accounted for 12% in the USA, which was the highest figure among them, followed by that of Germany and that of France. And the lowest proportion, about 5%, belonged to Japan.
Overall, the five countries attached importance to health according to their expenditure on health.
【社会与政策】/【单边讨论】 In parts of world, children have more freedom than they used have. Do you think it is a positive or negative development?
【社会与政策】/【单边讨论】 In many cities, planners tend to arrange shops, schools, offices, and homes in specific areas and separate them from each other. Do you think the advantages of this policy outweigh the disadvantages?
The map shows the escape plan in second floor of a student accommodation
Students in university should be specialize in one subject rather than to develop a wider range of many different subjects.To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement.