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Marvin Loh, senior fixed income strategist at BNY Mellon, At the same time, the company also announced that it will acquire 450,000 tons/year calcium chloride unit and 49,000 tons/year calcium chloride plant of the giant chemical group of China, with 6402, 53.1 million yuan. Xinlian chemical and plasticizing plant realized the revenue of 3251, 86.30 million yuan respectively in January and November of 2017, achieving a net profit of 97 yuan, -3.27 million yuan. The acquisition can improve the self-balancing ability of hydrogen chloride and hydrochloric acid in the company, and it is expected to guarantee the operation stability of the industrial chain after the completion of the acquisition. First of all, it costs transaction cost for the manufacturer to purchase intermediate products in the market. It includes the cost of seeking suitable suppliers, signing contracts and supervising contract execution. If the manufacturer can produce some intermediate products within the enterprise itself, it can eliminate or reduce some transaction costs, and can better guarantee the quality of the products. Second, if the manufacturers need is a special type of specialized equipment, the supplier does not generally willing to specialize in only a buyer of the product of the investment and production, because this kind of proprietary investment risk is bigger. Therefore, vendors that need this specialized device need to solve the problem of specialized devices within the enterprise. In the end, the manufacturers hire employees with specialized skills, such as specialized product design, cost management, and quality control, and establish long-term contractual relationships with them. This can be more beneficial than buying the corresponding services from other vendors, thereby eliminating or reducing the corresponding transaction costs. 1. Principles of securities investment According to the latest standard GB/T 3730.1-2001, cars are mainly divided into passenger cars and commercial vehicles. In 2010, China overtakes Japan for being the other world's economy. According to economists, China continues to be a developing country with fast pace of growth. Data released that Japan\'s gross domestic product is $1.286 trillion while it is worth $1.335 trillion for China. Another source shows that Japan is increasing at 2 to 3 percent in in comparison with 10 percent 12 months of China. (2) actual income -- the increase of material wealth;