Insurance plans are traditionally bought online or via the assistance of a financial consultant. However, digibanks are making it easier than ever to get yourself insured. Insurance products on our digibank apps are hard to miss. Oftentimes, they command our attention due to its prime spot — right beneath our account balance. Now you may be wondering, “Why is insurance popping up everywhere lately?” Even your favourite ride-hailing app is not spared from this. Well, it could all chalk up to the fact that your banking details are all locked and loaded in the app, which shortens the steps to sign up for an insurance plan. If you’re a stickler for convenience, this might be the short-cut you’re looking for. But all this talk about easily-accessible insurance plans then brings us to ask: Could I count on it to protect me as well as a traditional insurance plan? To find out if they stack up against their more traditional counterparts, we’ll take a deeper look at the in-app ... » Learn More about Buying insurance through digibank apps: Are they as good as your traditional insurance plans?
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When Somphote Ahunai returned to Bangkok after completing an MBA degree in the US, he had $200 left in the bank. Today the renewable energy and electric vehicle company he founded has a market value of $5.6 billion and testifies to Thailand’s highly successful advance into green and sustainable industries. After initially working as a securities trader, Somphote first entered the renewables business when he started producing biodiesel fuel from a palm oil plantation he had acquired. Then he moved his company, Energy Absolute Pcl, into solar and wind farms, growing to become the nation’s number two publicly-listed electricity supplier. Now Somphote has become a key figure in Thailand’s efforts to steer its highly successful automobile manufacturing industry – the world’s 11th largest – beyond the internal combustion engine era into the design and production of electric vehicles and the lithium-ion batteries and charging stations that will power them. On his journey to becoming an ... » Learn More about Thailand powers towards a Green Economy
Manufactured by Shwe Daehan Motors in Myanmar, this year’s Hyundai H-1 (Starex) is one of the best semi-knocked down vehicles on the market – ideal for both long and short trips to the country. Now available from International KLM, the sole official distributor of Hyundai vehicles, the H-1 is one of the most popular vehicles in Southeast Asia, already selling over 10,000 cars in the region. Compared with other utility models the H-1 is reasonable priced, given its reputation for quality and reliability. YGN plates are available for this model, though H-1 models are available to view and test drive in showrooms across the country – in Mandalay, Mawlamying, Naypyitaw, Monywa and Magway, as well as Yangon. Moreover, Hyundai spare parts can be bought at the service dealer showrooms. Interior & Exterior The H-1 is designed with a dual auto sliding door and folding mirrors on the outside, and leather seats, full auto air-condition system and an 8-inch ... » Learn More about Hyundai’s H-1 comes to town
In the first nine months of 2020, local and international companies applied to invest as much as $1.7 billion in Thailand in more than 300 projects in the sectors listed as “BCG”, or Bio-Circular-Green economic activities focused on environmental protection and sustainability, according to data collected by the Thailand Board of Investment (BOI). This lifted the total value of BCG applications since the start of 2018 to $6.7 billion, reinforcing Thailand’s position as a Bio-Circular-Green hotspot, the BOI said. The BCG model, as defined by the Thai Government, encompasses industries that allow inclusive, sustainable growth while reducing waste, pollution and dependence on finite resources. Thailand is a major agricultural producer, tourism destination and medical hub and its BCG sector comprises many of the country’s important industries: agriculture and food; bioenergy, biomaterials and biochemicals; medical and wellness; and tourism and the creative economy. Currently, those ... » Learn More about Thailand saw $1.7 billion “BCG” or ‘green’ investment applications in Jan-Sep 2020 – BOI