This is a multi-line chart that displays 4 sets of data (North America, Europe, Latin America, and FOrmer Soviet Union) in terms of their GDP in billions of dollars from 1969 to 2011.
During this time period, the graph/chart makes quite clear that two of the countries grew quite significantly interms of GDP while the other two countries were relatively flat. One of them (the Former Soviet Union) actually experienced a bit of a decline in the 90s, but subsequently trended back up.
Clearly, it was North America and Europe that consistently and continually grew through this time period.
source: GMAT Pill - Multi-Line Chart
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