The chart below gives information about global sales of games software, CDs and DVD or video. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The bar chart illustrates how the Global sales of CDs, Games software and DVD/Video changed from 2000 to 2003. Units are measured in $billion.
Overall, CDs experienced a downward trend, while games software and DVD/Video showed an upward trend throughout the period. Although DVD/Video initially had low sales compared to CDs, it almost levelled at the end of the period.
CDs global sales was about $35 billion in 2000, being higher than games software and DVD/video sales by approximately $15 billion. However, the figure showed a gradual decrease to about $32 billion in 2001. It continued to decline steadily to the end of the period, reaching a low point of around $31 billion in 2002 and remained steady for next year.
On the other hand, DVD/Video sales in 2000 were less than $17 billion, which is almost a half in CDs sales. However, the figures experienced steady growth during the next three years. It rose to approximately $31 billion in 2003. Likewise, Games software sales were around $11 billion in 2000, and showed a gradual increase throughout the period and reached approximately $19 billion in 2003.
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