CATL, LG Chem, Hyundai, and Toyota have shown significant interest too.
yet to be any development on Mercedes’ EV plans in the SEA region.Meanwhile in Indonesia, CATL, LG
be investing RM 20.09 billion (USD 5 billion) to build a battery plant in Indonesia in 2024, while LG
the duty exemption expires in 2022, taxes will be increased in stages, starting at 50% of the normal rate
be available to all customers purchasing new and used electric and hybrid vehicles at a low interest rate
Your car ownership experience isn’t complete without having at least one flat tyre incident.
The only thing they have in common is the “Flat” or “Boxer” engines that their
30 years old, and have a minimum salary of RM 1,500.PCSB also didn’t forget about the interest rate
Hyundai Motor Company, Kia Motors Corporation, and LG Chem are jointly sponsoring the “EV &
Mercedes-Benz.In addition to these savings, Mercedes-Benz Malaysia is also offering an attractive low interest rate
Tesla has so far mainly worked with Japan’s Panasonic Corp and South Korea’s LG Chem.
rendering of how it could look like.The all-new Japanese coupe is expected to be powered by a 2.4-litre flat-four
USB ports to keep everybody connected.When the third-row seats are not in use, the seats will fold flat
could afford it, but the answer is their obvious large displacement engines and the high progressive rate
Let us shortlist a few for you.Porsche 718 Cayman 2.0L flat-four, from RM 530,000Launched here a couple
State-owned Indonesia Battery Corporation (IBC) and a consortium led by South Koreas LG Group (including
One interesting highlight of the research is the rate of acceptance of EVs from the average car owners
LG, for example, has released many songs with K-Pop artists like Big Bang, 2NE1, and Girls Generation.This
Isuzu D-Max are locally-assembled, both models will continue to be taxed at the current 10 percent rate
DC Fast Charging can be done at a maximum rate of 50kW (80% charge in 36 minutes).
BUMN minister, Erick Thohir, said that IBC is already in partnership with CATL and LG Chem, two global
Customers are entitled to a low-interest rate from 1.88 percent and a 1-year warranty during this promotional
wagon, and convertible while non-saloon cars are MPV, SUV, Pick-up truck and van.For saloon cars, base rate
Photo: The Jakarta PostAccording to Indonesias Investment Coordinating Board, LG Chem is considering
battery with the connectors and the atmosphere.A battery with come corrosion on the terminals is not flat
Halim Mu’adzam Shah Bridge (JSAHMS) Seremban-Port Dickson HighwayAlso read: Gov postpones toll rate
percent.Despite these external factors, PCSB’s loan assets maintained a Compound Annual Growth Rate
quite a substantial footprint.Geely claims that the Haoyue has an impressive interior space utilisation rate
With the factor of a 10 percent down payment and an average interest rate of 2.27 percent on a 9-year
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If it is a decent monitor (an LCD/flat panel) it will most probably run on 90–264V or a similarly wide range. So it should work in Singapore, but best to check the back panel to be sure. my seven year-old LG flat panel is rated 100–240V. Your mileage may vary.
Well, let's look around the house. My Dell computer was made in China as well as my French onion soup bowls, my Philips sound system, my Cuisinart food processor and waffle maker and yes, my smartphone. My LG flat screen television is made in South Korea. This all purchased since Donny took charge. If you remember he promised he would bring “millions” of well paying manufacturing jobs back to America. He gave the 1% and the DOW, Standard & Poor's and the Fortune 500 the biggest tax breaks possible. 91 of the Fortune 500 didn’t have to pay any Federal taxes last year. Not bad, for them. And now the facts. There are fewer well paying manufacturing jobs in America today then there were the day Donny took office. But the 1% prevail. Stock buybacks and record dividends became the norm as did tariffs, and more tariffs and more tariffs. As China’s economy grew ours did too, albeit at a much slower pace than when Obama was President. China’s doing great and were doing okay. So Donny’s next move is to declare it’s time for U.S. Companies to get out of China! Well, a few headed his call, and moved their manufacturing operations to Vietnam. His tariff’s continued, became more widespread and cost each American Family a minimum of a $1000.00 back in 2019. In the meantime, all his 1% acquaintances, buddies if you will, have reached new levels of greed and avarice. They now Charge 28% to use a credit card and have us pay penalties totaling as much as $187.00 for overdrawing a checking account by as little as a $1.00. Yup, screwing over the little guy is the now the norm. The Federal Overnight rate is next to zero yet they Banks have the audacity to pay (maybe), 7/8 of 1% annually, on our savings accounts. Hooray for us. Banks basically get free money and while redefining Usury as a business model. Oops! A pandemic sweeps our shores. We have 30 million plus on unemployment, millions who haven’t been able to pay their rent or mortgages, 5 million of which have lost their medical insurance, an actual, 10%+ unemployment, food banks seeing 7 and 8 hour waiting lines and tens of thousands of small, failed, gone for good American businesses. Yet the DOW somehow prevails. The Bull Market in this pandemic is a sham. But as long as the 1% continue to buy, buy and buy supporting this fraudulent indicator of America’s economy it will continue to make our economy appear it’s in a place it really isn’t. We are in a recession, a deep, nasty recession that is bankrupting millions. And Donny can’t and more importantly hasn’t tried to do a damn thing about it. And the reason he hasn’t? He does not have a clue. It’s important to remember Donny was allowed to attend Wharton by sitting beside his father and watching his hood-wearing, card carrying member of the KKK, the man he called father, bribing Donny’s acceptance into the business school. He did graduate with the purchased assistance from fellow students. He received a B.A. (not a Bachelor of Science), in real estate. His “subtle genius” must have failed him at Wharton, as he only graduated in the middle of his class. So he lost a billion dollars over ten years. When Donny’s $500 million dollar estate inheritance ran out and Banks around the world simply refused to see him again to refinance his enormous debt, he now owes Russian Oligarchs a ton of money because they had to bail his obese ass out due to his six (6), bankruptcies and multiple failed businesses. The money comes due in 2021. The economy is really his biggest lie. He inherited a great economy from Obama. He allowed it to become mediocre. And now, thru his complete lack of knowledge, wisdom, real work experience, personal strength, ethics and morality he continues to claim greatness when none actually ever existed. The economy has failed.
I am not familiar with shipping through this specific app and it depends on how you are printing/paying for the postage. If the Mercari app allows you to print the postage through them, they will likely choose cheapest shipping option which is 1st class for anything under 13 ounces. You CANNOT use a Priority box and only pay 1st class postage. USPS Priority/Priority Express free boxes require you pay the corresponding postage. So if you are using a small/med/lg flat rate box, you would have to print the postage label for that specific box (it will say exactly what size box you paid for on the shipping label). If it is not a flat rate box, you would have to pay the calculated PRIORITY rate for the weight/destination to use a Priority box. I am in mgmt at USPS and people come in with Priority boxes and 1st class postage all the time and my clerks are instructed to refuse them. USPS provides free shipping supplies to those paying Priority postage. Other cheaper classes of mail would not cover the cost incurred for USPS to provide free boxes/labels/tape. Hope this helps and isn't confusing!!
There are some options if you meant “is there” instead of “do I…”. If it’s only one or two small articles, you might be able to use a large Mylar envelope. Otherwise you’ll have to go with a med/lg Flat Rate box. The medium is $15.50 and will ship anywhere in the US.
Thanks for the A2A Ketan Amazon Prime video and Netflix are both services that offer streaming content. However they both are separate companies and hence it won’t be right to call Prime Video a spin-off of Netflix. Amazon Prime video is fairly new and understandably has a smaller library as compared to Netflix. That being said, from the time I registered for Amazon Prime Video (about a month ago) till today, they have added many new as well as classic movies to their portfolio. Netflix demands that you select the content quality and charges you accordingly (calculated on a per month basis). So the prices for SD, HD and 4K differ, with 4K prices being the highest. Netflix’s video library is vast, to say the least, and they have some of the best originals as well. I’d like to add here that Netflix is not specifically tailored for Indian audience, but showcases TV shows, movies, originals from all over the world. Amazon Prime Video on the other hand, charges you a flat rate for an annual subscription which is peanuts when compared to Netflix!! The video is streamed as per the quality available and the internet speeds at your place. I’ve had zero hassles watching HD/ 4K content, on my LG Smart TV, from Amazon App. Amazon Prime Video’s library (India) focuses more on Indian TV shows, Cartoons, Movies (New as well as Classics) and the American/ UK/ Oz shows. I am happy with my outing with Amazon Prime so far (though I miss some of the shows on Netflix). At this price, I keep recommending this service to anyone and everyone. Its an outright Win-Win :)
While my opinion is quite biased (my bio is Apple Fanboy, come on), you asked for reasons why you ,should ,buy an iPhone, those I can give you. First however, I have to suggest getting the iPhone 6s (or 6s Plus) in the 64GB or higher storage capacity. I will be basing my points off of you buying one of these 2 phones. Here are my reasons to buy an iPhone, in no particular order: They last a long time. I am still using an iPhone 4s and it still runs the latest version of the operating system. If you are going to get one phone for the next 4 years, the iPhone is your best option. The resale value of iPhones is very high and you can make a good chunk of your money back by selling it. If you want to upgrade your iPhone every year, the iPhone upgrade program allows you to pay a flat rate every month and get a free upgraded iPhone every year. It even includes AppleCare! While it isn't the best solution (buying and selling your phone still is) it is a lot easier to upgrade your device and replace it if it gets broken. The camera is amazing. You can now take 4k video with it, so it can compete with any other camera on the market. It will probably take better photos too. Most other cameras are way too over exposed. Live photos. You can take live photos, which are kind of like Gifs. Touch ID works a lot better than any other fingerprint censor on the market. ApplePay is already established and has a huge head start on Android Pay. Hardware integration/Continuity. If you already own Apple Products, it will be easier to use all of them. You can write emails and switch between devices easier. And, if you store all of your documents in iCloud Drive, you can edit them on any device. 3D touch gives you expanded menu options and shortcuts. You also get Peek and Pop which will save you time during the day. The hardware and software integration lets lower specs run faster on your device. It will run smoother an have a longer battery life than most Android smartphones. If you get the 6s Plus, you get optical image stabilization, but most Android phones have this already. You get software updates the day they are released. This is a big issue with Android phones because the OEMs have to put their skin on it and get to choose when they release it to you. If you you want the latest and greatest software, you have to get an iPhone or a Nexus. App Store is way better on iOS and most apps get released on it first. Apple Music lets you stream music for only $10 a month through a preinstalled app, so no more third party music apps. Apple News is now pre installed in iOS 9, so no more third party news apps. Metal allows for better gaming performance on iOS and OS X devices. You can use it to control your Apple TV, which you can also use AirPlay to stream to. You can use AirPlay to stream music over Wi-Fi over long distances to speakers. Sound quality is also a lot better compared with bluetooth.
LG electronics. I love their tv's etc but.... My large screen 3d tv was out of warranty but had developed a vertical and a horizontal line. While under warranty the panel had been replaced for a vertical line. Now it had 2 lines. Below the horizontal line the image was partially scrambled. I went online to see if there was something that they might do for me that was affordable and the chat person said that they would do the repair for a reasonable flat price of $200 plus tax. Technician arrives and says it needs a new panel. I bring up the issue of the flat price that I was quoted. He hesitantly agreed that they would do that. He arranged for a new panel to be sent and he came back 2 days later and installed it. Handed him my Amex card and he runs it for the repair. A few seconds later Amex sends me a high charge warning email that he had run it for $960. I complain and he says it was a mistake. But he can't refund it, his manager has to do that. Calls the office and tells me that his manager will call me in half an hour to issue the refund. Of course he never does. I call the tech support number and am routed to the Phillipines. They argue that screens aren't included in the flat rate. I, of course, state that I was never told that, was given an invoice for the $200 +tax quoted, and would not have agreed to repair a tv for that amount of money since I could replace wit a better tv for less than the charged amount. What they had done constituted credit card fraud. They agreed to give me a refund.... but they didn't. I filed a complaint with Amex with a copy of the repair invoice but kept calling LG every day and each time got the same argument about the rate not including the panel with an eventual agreement to give me a refund that they don't give me. I finally remember that I can ask to speak to someone in the USA and ask them to forward my call. They agree and I wait on the phone for over half an hour and get disconnected. I try again the next day but immediately ask for the USA. They try to screen my call before letting it through but I refuse and say that legally they have to let me speak to a representative in the USA (I don't know if that is true but it worked). The USA rep of course knows nothing about this but promises to take care of it. They give me a direct to USA number and a few days later it still has not been corrected. I call back. And am told it will be done within the next 3 working days. Three days later I call back. They state that they have issued the refund, but it hasn't shown up on my Amex account. Two days later it shows up. Who fixed it? AMEX or LG? I have no idea but it took 45 days to get someone to return what was actually stolen money. They knew that they had quoted me a price online, that the quote had been confirmed in person, that the invoice showed a price over $740 less, and that replacing the tv with a new one was less than the price I was being charged. But they wouldn't give me a refund because it would go on their record that they let someone have something for free.
BEIJING: Yes but it will not occur in the near future. China stands tall as the world’s second largest economy but it also has the biggest population at around 1.4 billion. Substantial parts of the nation remain underdeveloped. Japan and South Korea have much smaller land space and populations. Hence, the industrialization, urbanization and modernization development of the two countries had been easier to accomplish and as such - per capita GDP (gross domestic product) incomes for the Japanese and Koreans could soar much higher than for the Chinese in prior times. Nonetheless, China is beginning to play catch up with higher annual GDP growth rates in the past two decades and that trend is expected to continue for the long-term outlook. South Korea and Japan have witnessed a flat-lining of their respective economies. Tokyo and Seoul have made deliberate efforts to take a cautious approach to its economic policies and allowed for its major corporations to play a larger role. For instance, in Japan, Toyota Motors Corp., Sony and Nippon Steel have prospered but often at the expense of their smaller competitors in the country. The same can be said for South Korea as Hyundai Automobiles, Samsung Electronics and Doosan are the heaver hitters there. Accordingly, Japanese and Korean conglomerates receive special tax and preferential regulations treatments and that has created a ‘Big Business’ culture impacting the rest of the national economy. I used to live and work in Seoul from 2001 to 2007 and taught ESL (English as a Second Language) and younger students recently graduating from a university were eager to get hired at white collar jobs employed by Samsung, Hyundai, LG or Lotte. They would refuse to accept job offers from smaller firms even if the placements there could provide them with higher salaries and better professional career opportunities. I heard young Japanese held similar sentiments and this explained why young adults aged 18 to 35 had high unemployment rates. Many Japanese and Koreans stayed single well into their mid-to-late 30s and would continue to live with their parents even in middle age if still single. They took advantage of living in a comfortable home and receiving meals from their parents and not showing eagerness to find gainful employment and to become more independent. That’s known as the ‘middle-income trap,’ when a nation reaches a high-level per capita GDP income and the youth lose their ambitions and willingness to endure sacrifices or work in difficult jobs. They prefer instead enjoying the safety of their parents’ homes. The booming Chinese cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Wuhan, Chengdu among others may undergo the ‘middle-income trap’ but the room for much higher growth rates and development will be found in China’s rural regions, which explains why Beijing is eager to move forward on rural reforms. You can read more about China’s recent reform policies from the China Daily. The link is here: As reported by the China Daily: “China will therefore focus on strengthening its economic foundations while promoting balanced development, with the meeting stressing the need for policy continuity as well as the urgency for proactive financial policies to optimize the economic structure. Notably, the meeting said that the pressure to stabilize growth has comparatively eased now, thus creating a window of opportunity to improve the quality of growth and deepen supply-side structural reform.” My forecast is for China to reach South Korean and Japan’s per capita income GDP levels by 2040. WeChat: 86 13439758718
I have worked in Hitachi in the past and if money is not a concern go for Hitachi Summer QC. It is the best window AC in the market and totally worth every penny. Its efficiency is even better than the split ACs which you will not find in any other window AC and is totally reliable. The kind of testing stages it goes through, no other window AC can survive in my opinion ( i dont know much about models of ETA though). India has different star rating scales for split and window ACs and QC will get 5 star even on the scale of split AC because of its remarkably high COP. The only drawback is the after sales services of Hitachi. Although summer QC promises long efficient performance, one fault and you may have to wait for a couple of weeks to get it working again. On the other hand, LG, in the professional air conditioning industry, is known for its cheap tech and cheap quality. I had one LG window AC in my flat (ironically) in those days and gas/water leakage and frosting were very common phenomena. However, after sales services of LG are really good. If I may use an analogy, Hitachi window is like Mac- looks really good,very costly for a window AC (i might as well buy a split AC in that price), highly efficient, won't stop working but if you are the unlucky one , will take a longer time to get it repaired from the company, while LG window AC is like Dell- costs much lesser, almost everyone will face some faults but the very next day techies will be at home to correct it. PS: My company's official accommodations had QC and it was remarkable. Summer QC was the name of model in 2013, now the company may have brought a variant of the same with other name. Also, there is one more Window AC with name Summer TM, it is a more complicated tech therefore a little more prone to faults but still a really good window AC. QC is simpler.
There is quite a lot of debate in the Consumer Electronics world in whom outperforms whom - Samsung, with the Q90R QLED, or LG with their C9 Series OLED. As a consumer electronics expert of over 25 years, I’ll share my take. Battle of the Best: Samsung Q90 Flat Smart 4K QLED LG 4K HDR Smart OLED TV w/ AI ThinQ® Both the C9 and Q90R have advantages over the other, and both produce amazing, colorful, easy to lose yourself in images. By no stretch of the imagination is either a dud compared to the other - they’re both phenomenal TV’s. If you want an outstanding image, both perform exceptionally. Is one better, though? It depends. It’s not the answer we all want but it’s true. Perhaps thats actually good news - where Samsung’s Q90R falls short, LG rises above, and where LG lacks, Samsung does not. In many ways we’re comparing an orange and an apple. The benefit? We get to choose the TV that will work best for where and what we are viewing. Where are you putting the TV? The environment in which the TV will be placed factors into which of the two is the best. Is there a lot of ambient light in the room? What about windows or lights behind the viewing area that could result in reflections? Or, does the room have excellent control over Ambient light? It matters! What kind of content are you viewing? Are you shopping for a TV that excels in HDR content and movie watching or are you shopping something for general TV viewing? Do you play a lot of games? What kind of gaming? And what about sports? Perhaps you just want to watch your favorite news channel with one of the best pictures you can get. Similarly to the viewing environment, these details matter. Who wins at what? I can’t stress enough that these are two excellent televisions to chose from. RTings dot com, whom does an amazing job at professionally testing and rating TVs, rates them very closely. The QLED at 8.7 and 9.0 for the OLED. It’s close! Keep in mind though, the OLED scored 1.0 vs 10 for the QLED for burn in. There’s a risk with the OLED that is non-existent with Samsung. Obviously, LG is doing something right to still score higher. LG C9: The C9 OLED excels at contrast, grey uniformity, local dimming, and viewing angle. So long it’s being watched in a room with low ambient light, you’ll never beat the blacks. Remember ,Game of Thrones ,Battle of Winterfell? Viewer complaints about dark scenes went viral! When Vice’s Matthew Gault asked James Willcox, senior Electronics Editor at Consumer Reports if TVs were to blame he said, ““One reason is that most TVs are LCD sets that have a tough time producing very deep blacks, due to the backlights. The shows are being mastered on expensive monitors, probably an OLED monitor where the black details are more obvious.” What he didn’t mention is that those OLED monitors they use are likely in controlled viewing environments. An OLED is not going to perform as well and a completely lit up room! Samsung Q90R: The Q90 may not have the same contrast, blacks, and viewing angle, but instead it has the brightness necessary to produce an amazing image in a room with a lot of ambient light. It doesn’t do as well with reflections, but it’s also bright enough you don’t really see them when the TV is on. Well, unless it’s a really bad one! Due the impressive brightness it’s a perfect fit for a bright room in which you’d be entertaining guests during football season. You don’t need such a controlled room. My Choice: The LG C9 OLED. It’s an amazing TV! I love it. But I do have a cotrolled room. It’s important, as a movie viewer ,and, as a professional audio / video contractor, that I get to experience content as the director wants me to experience it. I don’t stop at a controlled room, either. My primary TV viewing space (the family room) includes motorized shades at the windows and controlled lights. For audio I have a hidden 7.2.4 Surround Sound system coupled with LG’s (2018) 65” C8 OLED. My movies seriously come to life. And they still would with the QLED, too… just not as well in my experience. Keep in mind, I’m a pretty serious Audio / Video buff. And as a result I have an ideal room for that OLED. I get to see those blacks it can produce because of the controlled environment. And because it’s rarely used for gaming or watching the news, I’m not worried about burn in. I do not understand it to be a likely problem with their newer models. I have a QLED in our Living / Kitchen space that I appreciate equally. It’s a bright room and the OLED wouldn’t make sense there. Conclusion: Make your choice by the space. They’re both excellent TVs and you can’t go wrong if you take my tip. Good luck and happy shopping. Let us know what you think!