Can you please read it and see if it makes sense?

According to Graham's findings, the cooperation had positive effect on the profit of the source of cooperation and on the pleasure of the other party to whom the cooperation had been directed.

Thank you
I can fix the grammar a bit, but I'm not sure the whole thing is meaningful:

According to Graham's findings, the cooperation had a positive effect on the profit of the source of cooperation [I don't understand the underlined phrase-- it is too vague] and on the satisfaction of the party to whom the cooperation had been directed.
Thank you Mr Micawber. I'm not sure how I can clarify the meaning of the underlined phrase because it is a translation and the original text is ambiguous, too.

But I think they want to say that the cooperation was very fruitful, it had positive results and the other party was satisfied with the outcome of cooperation.
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Perhaps--

According to Graham's findings, the cooperation had a positive effect on the effort itself, and on the satisfaction of the party to whom the cooperation had been directed.

Thank you very much. I guess a positive effect on the effort is similar to the profit of the source of cooperation, whatever that is.