The table below shows social and economic indicators for four countries in 1994, according to United Nations statistics.
Summaries the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The table demonstrates four factors which affected society as well as economy in Canada, Japan, Peru and Angola in 1994 based from United Nations records.
It is clear that in four social and economic indicators, Japan and Canada obtained by far the highest statistics compared to Peru and Angola.
To begin with, Japan reached $15,760 in annual salary per person which was higher by around $4,500 than Canada. Besides, the former still remained higher by about 2 for life expectancy at birth than the latter. However, the number of dairy calorie supply per person in Canada was roughly larger than Japan by 400 per person. It is interesting to note that there was an accurate similarity between the ratio of people who could read and write in Canada and Japan with a hefty 99%.
By contrast, dairy calorie supply per person was the biggest factor in Peru and Angola which was roughly similar with 1927 and 1749, respectively. Likewise, annual income per person in the former was the second largest factor, which was higher by &30 as opposed to that of the latter. Interestingly, adult literacy percentage in Peru was about twice higher compared to that of Angola, more than a third (34%).