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We need to talk about Volvo, but not about its safety

Is Volvo a true rival to Mercedes-Benz and BMW? Can Volvo take the spot currently occupied by Audi?

Volvo S90 sold out in Malaysia, new facelift model to launch soon

A recent check on Volvo Car Malaysia’s website has shown that the pre-facelift Volvo S90 has been

Volvo Cars Malaysia recalls 1,802 units due to faulty autonomous emergency braking systems

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Volvo crashes a car a day to keep accidents at bay

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2020 Volvo XC90 facelift! New reason to go Swede

Volvo Malaysia has just refreshed their best selling large SUV, the 2020 Volvo XC90.

In Thailand, new Volvo cars are protected from the sun

Volvo Cars Thailand (VCT) has taken quality control to the next level with the opening of a new warehouse

Volvo Car Malaysia adds one more 3S centre in Johor

’s Volvo Car 3S Centre in Skudai is now open for business.Located in the outskirts of Johor Bahru

Volvo XC60 T5 vs T8 – Should you consider a hybrid?

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More than half of all Volvo cars assembled in Shah Alam are exported

Close to sixty percent of all Volvo vehicles assembled at the Volvo Car Manufacturing Malaysia (VCMM)

Volvo announces biggest global recall - 2 million cars affected

Volvo Cars have just announced its biggest global recall ever.

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Dispose your e-waste properly at your nearest Volvo Car showroom!

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Volvo XC40 PHEV confirmed for Malaysian launch on 25 February

The locally-assembled (CKD) Volvo XC40 Recharge T5 will be launching this month!

RM 20.5 million summonses collected in 6 days of MyBayar Saman's launch

It has only been 6 days since the launch of the MyBayar Saman portal and application, but PDRM reports

Volvo ramps up electrification with 2021 Volvo C40 Recharge

Volvo is intent on walking the talk when it comes to phasing out internal combustion engines (ICE).

Volvo Car Malaysia opens new 3S centre in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

There’s a new Volvo 3S centre in Malaysia and this time it is located in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

Volvo Car Malaysia appoints Pekin Auto as its dealer in Skudai

Volvo Car Malaysia, the premium car maker, has appointed Pekin Auto Sdn Bhd (“Pekin Auto”

Volvo 480 – a Volvo with pop-up lights & doesn’t look like a brick

wheels; which makes this Volvo 480 just plain bonkers.

CKD 2021 Volvo XC40 PHEV teased in Malaysia, launching after CNY

We previously reported that Volvo Car Malaysia (VCM) has plans to launch the locally-assembled (CKD)

Volvo Malaysia drops teaser for all-new S60

Volvo Malaysia released a special teaser for the third generation S60 on their social media platforms

2021 Volvo XC40 T5 Recharge PHEV launched in Malaysia, from RM 242k

Volvo Car Malaysia (VCM) has just launched the 2021 Volvo XC40 T5 Recharge in Malaysia.

New 2021 Volvo S90 spotted in Malaysia ahead of local launch

Volvo Car Malaysia will be launching the new 2021 Volvo S90 facelift, now wearing the new ‘Recharge

Volvo Cars and Geely to create standalone engine development company

Volvo Cars and Geely announced that they have plans to create a standalone business focused on developing

Get 50% discount off PDRM summonses when you sign up on MyBayar Saman

The Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) has launched their MyBayar Saman portal and mobile app, PDRM’

Volvo Car Malaysia extends its factory warranty for free

Volvo Car Malaysia has revised its warranty programme to a factory five-years/unlimited mileage for all

Volvo goes full electric with the XC40

Volvo is stern in its direction towards the electric future with the introduction of the fully electric

Volvo rolls out new Android-based infotainment system on more models

Volvo’s Android-based infotainment system that first made its debut on the Volvo XC40 Recharge

Volvo Car Malaysia launches its official used car programme called Volvo SELEKT

Volvo Car Malaysia today paved a new path for customers with the launch of its 360 total-care used car

Volvo Cars welcomes ex-Mercedes-Benz designer

Volvo Cars welcomes former Mercedes-Benz designer Claudia Braun and former Facebook web designer Thomas

The 2020 Volvo S60 CKD isn’t limited to 180 km/h, yet

Following Volvo’s announcement that all of its models will be limited to 180 km/h starting from

Volvo gives the XC40 a zap of Recharge

To recharge or not to recharge, that is the question that all Volvo XC40 buyers will have to answer when

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2021 Volvo Recharge all-electric concept car looks like it’s gunning for Tesla https://t.co/jrWEgQ3KSP

Peak Scandinavia https://t.co/FajmhtxSp0

😍 Just beautiful https://t.co/TLZtqFDZj8

Volvo hints at future car technology that will make life on the road easier https://t.co/BqMeGzQl4s

I want new portal game plis ty @volvo

Volvo opens its hazard alert system to truck company https://t.co/L1EMv7i6KO

This is so beautiful! Who made it?!? https://t.co/pyldyzxGHG

Structure Matters: Volvo Cars Launches New Innovation Portal for UAE Digital Developers: . @volvocars launches new #UAE innovation portal for #digital developers to help create better cars for the #future The post Volvo Cars Launches… Don't think alone!

Nice job Volvo Cars. Design System. https://t.co/wcqUlV5kxd

@mrdang I know right? It was released only just this January 😎 https://t.co/2gg2cFFqeq

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What are the major websites using JSF web framework?

To summarize, ebay, volvo, bmw, costco, TNT, Lufthanza and thousands of more... Check your answer at ,PrimeFaces,. (Who uses primefaces.) Primefaces is JQuery based UI component library for JSF and is one of the most popular UI Libraries in JSF. Whoever runs Primefaces , runs on JSF. You can also check presentation on ebay supplier portal about how ebay uses JSF ,JavaOne Replay: eBay and JavaServer Faces, or at The presentation in PDF format is here: https://oracleus.activeevents.com/2014/connect/fileDownload/session/DB08F809615ABF16F149FEC02B892C10/CON2892_Paulsen-J1eBaySelling.pdf

How do I start a private bus transportation business in India?

Let me tell you this, if you have so much backup funds, then get into this business Step-1 Buy two bus as a start, never buy single bus an try your luck, used volvo bus cost upto 25 - 50lac or buy a new bus through bank loan, 100% loan for chasis, and 50–60% loan on body building. when you buy a bus, must check its fuel mileage and condition not the aesthetics do all paper work and insurance, there are agents who take care of it, which they will charge you Rs.50000 check whether bus has arrear tax decided on what permit are you going, all india permit or contract carriage Step-2 Find a route, do a lot of calculation, here are the expenses fuel tax on each state which it run through Karnataka - 3885/seat on every 90 days Tamilnadu - 700/seat on every 7 days kerala - 3000/seat on every 90 days salary office snacks maintenance emi agent commission tire step-3 once route is confirmed then get listed in these portal redbus, bitla, abhibus etc rest of the work they will take care, almost 90% booking comes through these portels also get an own office or partner with an agent, partnering agent is good at the beginning as you are paying commissions. step-4 thats it, you are all done, be passionate and always think of pampering your passengers, only that makes you win in this game atleast run this business for 3–6 month period on everyday basis, by this time all passengers will come to know you and if you are good at your service then you won this game. you make profit on seasonal holidays and weekends, other days you will be spending money from your pocket so always keep back up money. RTO for no reason will sue you , so pay them a monthly salary of 2500/bus Wish you all the best… Nikhil

What happened to user manuals?

User manuals still exists , but have changed a lot since the digital transformation that lot of businesses have to face. You can find this Volvo web portal: ,Owner's Manuals | Volvo Car USA, a good example of modern user manual and piece of good technical writing at the same time. I bet that lot of you saw this one too: ,Facebook Help Center | Facebook, :) You can check more great examples of user manuals here: ,Technical writing - what is it and where can I find it?, and here: ,How to do anything - a quick fashion parade of unusual user guides What i would recommend is this great case study of : ,Technical Writing: Evolution

Is the Haryana Roadway really the most efficient transport service in India?

Yes.!! Haryana have most efficient transport service! Bus drivers called themselves ,"pilots", ! Haryana Roadways is famous for his fast and accurate services ! for accurate services sometimes they break traffic rules( they drive bus on road divider, read light jump, drive in one-ways). Haryana Roadways plies on an average 11.41 Lacs Km every day and carries 12.34 Lacs passengers daily on 1204 Intra-State and 446 Inter-State routes. They are famous for E,-Governance Bus Stand Enquiry Numbers online e-tickets for buses Haryana Roadways RTI contacts Haryana Roadways Complaints Haryana Roadways Suggestions Haryana Govt's HarSamadhan Complaints portal B,USES IN HARYANA ROADWAYS, 'Haryana Gaurav' ,Bus with Deluxe Facilities at Ordinary Fare A new 'Haryana Gaurav' Bus service has been introduced, popularly known as ,‘Aam Adami Ki Khas Bus’,, providing the latest facilities like Deluxe type 2x2 seats, FM Radio, Mobile Charger, Pneumatically Operated Door, tinted Glass & Curtains etc at ordinary bus fare. This bus over time would become the main stay of Haryana Roadways for its distinct operations. About 200 buses are already in operation on different routes. 'Haryana Uday', CNG bus services have been launched in the National Capital Region of Delhi. 300 buses are already in operation on different routes with in the NCR of the state. New ,Volvo AC, bus services ,'Saarthi,' have been introduced on Chandigarh-Delhi-Gurgaon, Chandigarh-Delhi-Faridabad routes. Some of the trips are also touching the ,Indira Gandhi International Airport ,and the domestic Airport Delhi. Ten such buses are already in operation.

What is the best website for booking bus tickets?

There are many websites for booking buses online: India's No #1 Bus Ticket Booking Company, Volvo, AC and RTC Buses - redBus.in, (redBus) Online bus ticket booking in 3 easy steps, (ticketgoose) Book Flight Tickets Online - Via.com Online Bus Ticket Booking, (abhibus) MakeMyTrip, India's No 1 Travel Site Travelyaari: Bus, Tour, Activity, Hotel Booking & Reservation http://Yatra.com http://Goibibo.com There are many such sites available. There's almost no difference in the booking experience with most of the sites. I stick to redBus because I like their app. Check out for offers in each site before booking. If you have a specific operator in mind like KPN, or Kallada, check their website for offers too!

How good and easy is it to book a bus ticket from redBus?

RedBus perhaps is the most convenient way of booking tickets. I have tried various other websites and would proudly say RedBus is the best. I have been using this portal for over '6' years now, and very frequently for the last 2.6 years as I hv to shuttle between two places almost every week and RedBus make life so comfortable. It gives you the list of opeartors including government bus options for that route, they give you exact pick up time and pick up point details, fare details, also the reviews on the portal which gives a fair idea of what to expect. They also tell you whether you are travelling in sleeper, seater, AC, Non AC, Volvo etc. This is very important as some agents usually promise a Volvo and end up sending a normal bus. The portal sometimes cautions you if the operator you choose has poor rating. As an icing on the cake, they keep giving you discount codes all the time which helps you save some money. As a frequent traveler (own money), this means a lot. The only drawback is there is no option to change the travel date to some other day like airlines do. If you book through the operator portal, sometime they offer to change, however, this doesn't happen unless you cancel it 1 day in advance. Hope this helps.

Is Shine.com a scam?

It is 100%. I had applied for jobs on naukri.com for many months and didn't revive any call or mail from recruiter. On one day I opened a account in ,Shine.com : One Stop Destination To Find Your Dream Job on the Go, by afternoon I started getting calls one said that there is mega job mella in Bengaluru you can attend that ,mechanicalcompanies like Volvo and Bosch are part of this job mella. It was on Monday and I got the call on Saturday I said I'll attend it. Later she said after first round u have to pay Rs300 there is no technical round . I got some doubt how can Volvo and Bosch recruit Freshers without technical interview. Later after an hour I received another call this time from different recruiter he said there is immediate opening for Mechanical engineers in Toyota and the interview is just 1hr from now u have to pay Rs2500 we'll give u the question which they'll ask u. The salary is 3.9-4.2Lpa and they'll provide u housing and transportation. He asked me to open the mail and do the next steps (keeping in call). I cut the call and searched in quora to get the real colour of shine😂. Uninstalled the app on same day.

Is JSF dead? Do enterprises still develop using this framework?

Try using JqueryUI + Primefaces + JSF. I have done this in a number of projects. Excellent stack and very high performant. Use gzip filter and cache filter to imporve the performance of the website further and your website will match a native mobile app performance. ebay, volvo, bmw, costco, TNT, Lufthanza and thousands of more websites use JSF professionally. Check your answer at http://www.primefaces.org/whouses. (Who uses primefaces.) Primefaces is JQuery based UI component library for JSF and is one of the most popular UI Libraries in JSF. Whoever runs Primefaces , runs on JSF. You can also check presentation on ebay supplier portal about how ebay uses JSF to achieve scalability and performance. https://blogs.oracle.com/theaquarium/entry/javaone_replay_ebay_and_javaserver or at (Oct 2014) The presentation in PDF format is here: https://oracleus.activeevents.com/2014/connect/fileDownload/session/DB08F809615ABF16F149FEC02B892C10/CON2892_Paulsen-J1eBaySelling.pdf

What are the top games that you want your kids to play after you die?

Simple. Super Mario series. Portal series.(Portal 3 please Volvo) Ori series(hopefully it will be a serie since they announced the second game. Ori and the Blind Forest is the first.)

How do you think the current unrest in Hong Kong will turn out in the longer term?

How do you think the current unrest in Hong Kong will turn out in the longer term? Hong Kong’s next twenty years is maybe ,5%, influenced by the current unrest, ,15%, influenced by the US-China trade tension and UK BREXIT, and ,80%, determined by Hong Kong itself. The 5% that’ll be influenced by the current Hong Kong unrest: 55% of Hong Kong’s trade and 80% of its tourists are from mainland China. These will be affected to certain extent. Hong Kong had a larger incident of demonstrations and social unrest in 2014. ,2014 Hong Kong protests ,Larger size, longer duration, and the demonstration leaders were elected subsequently into the LegCo (who then proceeded to refuse the swearing ceremony and used some vulgar language, and as a result were thrown out of the organization). As a result, Hong Kong’s GDP growth slowed down a bit, but by 2017 it was back on track. Then it was hit by the trade war with the Anglo countries, which is a bigger deal than the local unrest. However, the long-term impact is that China is in the process of building 19 super city clusters. These city clusters will end up covering 90% of China’s economic activity. ,China is building 19 'supercity clusters', Each with a complete package of top universities, industrial base, cutting-edge technology, and free trade zone. 3 out of these 19 were going to lead the pack - the Xiong’an (Beijing-Tianjin-Shijiazhuang cluster) area, the Shanghai-Suzhou-Hangzhou-Nanjing cluster, and the Hong Kong-Shenzhen-Guangzhou cluster. These three clusters are the darker circles in the map below. Source: ,Mammoth urban clusters are sprouting up all over China The Beijing government is very capable. Beijing got the Daxing airport, which is the world’s biggest, built in 3 years, got the Winter Olympic hosting, and got a whole new eco-design of the whole area in place. The Shanghai, Suzhou, and Hangzhou governments are also very capable, and they are very good at collaborating with each other. They worked together to build an “integration plan” for 2018 - 2020 right off the bat, and their policy development and coordination is like a hundred times better than the EU bloc. ,The Yangtze River Delta Integration Plan - China Briefing News To help achieve this, in June 2018 authorities from Shanghai, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, and Anhui agreed a three-year action plan (2018-2020), which will provide a strategic roadmap and includes nearly a dozen collaborative projects to increase the region’s competitiveness on a global scale. In tandem with this, a RMB 100 billion (US$16 billion) fund, The Yangtze River Delta Collaborative Advantage Fund, was launched in Shanghai. RMB 10 billion (US$1.6 billion) of this fund will be made available in the first phase and will be available for “hard technology” projects that will help to integrate the region’s industries. The Shenzhen-Guangdong-Zhuhai governments are quite capable themselves, but anything involving Hong Kong can quickly turn into an expensive, political, headache. It should be expected that the Pearl River Delta cluster plan will go ahead with less Hong Kong participation, because the Hong Kong people are not really on-board with the plan. The 15% that will be influenced by the US-China trade tension and UK BREXIT: This is actually a much bigger deal than the current unrest. 20 years ago Hong Kong might have been China’s only portal to the world. Now this is far from the case. A country with 20% of the global population can not have only one portal to the rest of the world. Right now, there are a dozen of these “portals”, or Free Trade Zones. China Free Trade Zones (FTZ): The Definitive Guide for Exporters Shanghai Free-Trade Zone - Wikipedia These “portals” have differentiated to different countries. The South Koreans went to Beijing, where they they have their own neighborhood, food, culture, and schools. The Japanese, the Germans, and the French went to Shanghai. Arab traders in Yiwu, Zhejiang province. The Portuguese and the Brazilians went to Macao. There are 300,000 African traders and students living in Guangzhou… and right now, the biggest uncertainly involves the US-China trade tension and the BREXIT, both will primarily impact Hong Kong and Hong Kong only. These uncertainties are not short-time event, but are being “mainstreamed”. You can say they are wrong, but people have to be “mobbed by reality” before they will turn back and try something else. The “psychological time” for this can easily last for a decade. Hong Kong’s future is 80% determined by itself, … and this should give one the most concern. The so-called “Pearl of the Orient” is a fake marketing term The reality is more like “the Leech of the Orient”. ,Hong Kong was busiest office of Panama Papers law firm Hong Kong has a population of 7 million and GDP per capita of ~ $50,000. So a rich big city. Well, Denmark has 5 million people, one of the most productive agriculture industry in Europe, Maersk the biggest international shipping company, Novo Nordisk one of the top pharmaceutical companies in the world… Sweden has 10 million people, Volvo the car company, Ericsson the telecom company, H&M the clothing retailer, Electrolux the home appliance company, IKEA the furniture company… What about Hong Kong? Hong Kong doesn’t have a single world-class company. Not a single one, despite of its fantastic wealth. Handed over to the British since 1842, so almost 180 years where the local tycoons get to play in the sandbox. What has Hong Kong done with all its money? Which Hong Kong company has made it big worldwide? OK, so you can argue that Hong Kong is too crowded. Well Tokyo is also terribly crowded - so they became the world’s leader at Miniaturization. Small, high-quality, efficient. That’s what led to Sony and Toyota. Why couldn’t Hong Kong do this? Hong Kong does not have the “economic DNA” for those things. You need to learn how Hong Kong really made its money. Hong Kong started it’s “industrialization” as an Opium Den. Jardine Matheson was the opium-runner ,https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Jardine,_Matheson_%26_Co,, and HSBC was the bank that financed the opium trade. Almost all Hong Kong tycoons are in real estate, where you take a monopoly on the land, and extract exorbitant rent from people for no work. ,Hong Kong’s Richest People, Movie-making in the Great Britain involves 50-year-old Dames with serious acting skills. Movie-making in Hong Kong is mostly money-laundering for the tycoons, and publicity for the tycoons’ 20-year-old mistresses and/or their third wives. In 1997 Hong Kong was handed over to PRC. To boost Hong Kong economy and promote integration, China signed a CEPA (Closer Economic Partnership Agreement) with Hong Kong in ,2003,, basically gave preferential status to trade through Hong Kong. ,Mainland and Hong Kong Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement, This agreement was promptly turned into a tax loophole by the Hong Kong lawyers. Goods worth $1 is exported from the Mainland to Hong Kong at $1, so you don’t pay China taxes because no profit is made. Then the goods is exported from Hong Kong to the rest of the world for $10, and you don’t pay Hong Kong taxes either, because no “work” has been done in Hong Kong. Up to a quarter of Mainlands goods get to route through Hong Kong to evade tax. Trillions of dollars route through Hong Kong for money laundering. If you do it, you’ll be called a “criminal” and end up in jail. If the tycoons do it with their companies, it’s called “providing legal/financial services” and ended up being a large chunk of Hong Kong’s GDP. Source: ,Taxing question of why China exports goods via Hong Kong Limited vice - is a fact of life. but if your whole economic history is running drugs, whore houses, gambling, tax evasion, real estate monopoly, etc., you simply don’t have a garage to point to and say, so-and-so invented the personal PC here, and we can do it again! All major economic activities in Hong Kong are essentially parasitic activities which do not bring benefit to the rest of the society. Getting rich without doing an honest day’s work. Is there even a single example where a HKer can be both successful and good? China has shaggy old buildings where so-and-so worked together for twenty years to launch its first satellite. It has a government who’s willing to fund basic research and armies of young scientists who are willing to devote the rest of their lives to research, without significant personal upside. It has harsh plains of dust and bare rocks where the first drop of oil was drilled. It has canals that took a thousand years to build. Gosh, it even has infrastructure to support rice farmers that was built 2500 years ago, still in-use! ,Dujiangyan ,Hard work, endurance, self-reliance, collaboration, and sharing are all part of its economic and cultural history, which is why China can have all sorts of “normal” industries growing there. Thank goodness! The Chinese government has been prompting Hong Kong to shift into “more productive” things to do. Things that are not variations of “maximizing my own benefit at the expense of other people”. What about an industrial park? What about a leader in logistics? What about innovation? What about FinTech? This is what Hong Kong port looks like, compared with others, when it’s the only one who’s being dropping since 2006, and the only one who DOESN’T PAY TAXES! The people in Hong Kong have tried, and are still trying, but you can just see that the rest of China is doing all these things better and faster. Mobile pay is everywhere but not Hong Kong. Shared economy is everywhere but not Hong Kong. Electric vehicles are everywhere but not Hong Kong. eCommerce is everywhere but not as developed in Hong Kong… The people in mainland China is beginning to suspect that the Hong Kong people want money but are allergic to work, want democracy but are allergic to sharing. want to be respected but refuse to care about anybody else. How do you make something that other people will want if this is the way you feel about other people? What kind of economy can the heirs of ill-gotten-gains build, for whom actually making or growing anything is too much work for too little money? That is the real question. Maybe the future is about getting out of Hong Kong, and go live a normal life someplace else.

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