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The chart below give information about the high- speed continuous internet connection of households in five countries in 2001 and 2002. v.2

The chart below give information about the high- speed continuous internet connection of households in five countries in 2001 and 2002. v. 2
The table and bar charts provide a great information about how households in 5 countries had connected with the high-speed continuous Internet in a couple of years. Overall, it is obvious that Britain country saw the most significant change in the number of families who accessed the high-speed Internet. In addition, the percentage of Korean and American households who made use of this kind of Internet grown considerable, compared to other countries. Looking in the chart for more details, in 2001, the figure of families accessed the high-speed Internet in America was lower than in Korea, being 9. 3% and 12. 2% in turn. However, next year, whereas the number of American households with high-speed connection soared 170% and accounted 25. 11% of the population, this proportion in South Korea was 20% and covered 13. 44% citizens having access to the high-speed Internet. In terms of the rest of countries, the Internet running with high-speed was believed to be unfavorable, just roughly 0. 35% in 2001. Despite of those rapidly growth in 2002, just under 11% of residents in each country took this way of using the Internet into consideration. In particular, the ratio change in Germany and Switzerland was 80% and 120% respectively. Meanwhile, the greatest proportion of households connecting the high-speed Internet belonged to Britain country.
The table and bar charts provide
a great information
about how
households
in 5
countries
had connected with the
high-speed
continuous Internet in a couple of years.

Overall
, it is obvious that Britain
country
saw
the most significant
change
in the number of families who accessed the
high-speed
Internet.
In addition
, the percentage of Korean and American
households
who made
use
of this kind of Internet grown considerable, compared to other countries.

Looking in the chart for more
details
, in 2001, the figure of families accessed the
high-speed
Internet in America was lower than in Korea, being 9. 3% and 12. 2% in turn.
However
,
next
year, whereas the number of American
households
with
high-speed
connection soared 170% and accounted 25. 11% of the population, this proportion in South Korea was 20% and covered 13. 44% citizens having access to the
high-speed
Internet.

In terms of the rest of
countries
, the Internet running with
high-speed
was believed
to be unfavorable,
just
roughly 0. 35% in 2001.
Despite of
those
rapidly
growth in 2002,
just
under 11% of residents in each
country
took this way of using the Internet into consideration.
In particular
, the ratio
change
in Germany and Switzerland was 80% and 120%
respectively
. Meanwhile, the greatest proportion of
households
connecting the
high-speed
Internet belonged to Britain
country
.
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