1. slightly higher
2. far lower/much lower/dramatically lower
3. considerably higher
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Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. I’m Mr. Loh, the Quality Assurance Executive. The level of productivity in the two product lines, Electronics and Automotive Supplies, was substantially lower last year compared to the previous year. This is due to the large number of defects in the two product lines.
This graph shows the number of defects in the Electronics and Automotive Supplies lines. One hundred and ninety-three defects were recorded last year.
If you look at the red bars, which indicate the Automotive Supplies lines, you can see that the number of defects was a great deal higher than the Electronics lines. The Automotive Supplies lines recorded one hundred and forty-six defects compared to forty-seven defects in the Electronics lines.
I therefore recommend that the Quality Control Department concentrate its efforts on the Automotive Supplies lines so that the number of defects can be reduced.
Thank you for your attention.
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