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Passenger car: in its design and technical features, it is mainly used to carry passengers and their carry-on luggage and (or) temporary items, including the driver's seat, not more than 9 seats. It can also draw a trailer. Classified into ordinary passenger cars, live senior passenger cars, passenger cars, small passenger car, convertible, warehouse back passenger car, station wagon, multipurpose passenger vehicles, short head special passenger cars, cross-country passenger cars and passenger cars, etc. 11 class. HM, Liverpool Canning's 1929 book, economics in accounting, cites the economist's view that asset values are determined by the present value of the future cash flows of assets. At the same time, because of the surplus value for money is the commodity that only appeared well after the completion of the production process, it is further considered capitalists in order to produce goods all prepaid capital input by the capital employed are not included in the cost price (including those fixed capital). Not only that, the flow of goods from the production process into the process, in order to engage in sales activities to additional capital (including pure circulation costs), therefore, the residual value is considered to be not only all capital in advance in the field of production, but also be regarded as include all of the advance in the field of production and circulation of capital brought together.