A: Most paver manufacturers put chemical additives into the concrete mixture to reduce the likelihood of efflorescence. In most cases, they do the job. Completely eliminating the chance of efflorescence, however, isn't possible because it's a natural byproduct of hardened concrete. Efflorescence may be cleaned with commercially available cleaners specially formulated specifically for concrete pavers. Cleaning should be performed as soon as the efflorescence has appeared. Pavers should not be sealed the efflorescence is gone. You don’t want to trap efflorescence under the sealer.
Many companies decide to take over other companies in an attempt to improve the overall competitive behavior in the industry. This is done by eliminating price competition, which leads to improvement in rate of internet return of the industry. If the competition is kept at bay, and new entrants are not allowed, firms don’t have to compromise on quality as price is no longer a competing factor. Smaller businesses can only gain share through offering at lower prices, but price competition reduces overall profits for the industry. In order to restore the balance, and invest all effort an energy on quantity, mergers and takeovers are initiated to improve the overall competitive environment in the industry.