Hearing Aids Market worth USD 13.38 Billion at 8.2% CAGR; GN Hearing Launches Revolutionary New Hearing Aid Named ReSound ONE

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Newstrail

The global ”hearing aids market” is set to gain impetus from the increasing adoption of telehealth among audiologists to prevent patient traffic. This information is given by Fortune Business Insights™ in a new report, titled, “Hearing Aids Market Size, Share & COVID-19 Impact Analysis, By Product (Hearing Devices (Behind-the-Ear (BTE), In the Ear (ITE), Receiver in the Canal (RIC), Completely in the Canal (CIC), Others (Invisible in the Canal, etc.) and Hearing Implants (Cochlear Implants and Bone Anchored Implants)), By Patient Type (Adults and Pediatrics) By Distribution Channel (Over the C… Read more about Hearing Aids Market worth USD 13.38 Billion at 8.2% CAGR; GN Hearing Launches Revolutionary New Hearing Aid Named ReSound ONE

Will consumers pay the price for True-Dtac mega-merger?

The proposed merger of telecom giants True Corporation Plc and Total Access Telecommunication Plc (Dtac) has drawn great public interest and sparked a debate on its impact on consumer welfare. The onus is once again on regulators to ensure fair competition in the telecom service market. Norway’s Telenor, the parent company of Dtac which owns […]

Prime minister had ‘good talk’ with Huawei

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The Bangkok Post

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said he had a good, productive discussion with the founder of Huawei Technologies Co. The prime minister wrote on his Facebook account on Thursday that he had a video conference with the management of Huawei and was “very pleased to tell people that the discussion was very good and opened opportunities for cooperation in many areas to support the work of the government and the private sector in Thailand.” In the video conference, the prime minister talked with Huawei Technologies founder and chief executive officer Ren Zhengfei. According to Gen Prayut, topics … Read more about Prime minister had ‘good talk’ with Huawei

No impact yet on Thailand’s True, Dtac customers, says telecom regulator

Deputy Secretary-General of Thailand’s National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC), Suthisak Tantayothin confirmed that, for the time being, customers of mobile phone services provided by True and Dtac will not be affected, following an announcement of a potential merger between the two telecom giants. Mr. Sutthisak added that the Trade Competition Commission (TCC) should step in […]

Singapore’s payment start-up Pace to expand to Japan, Korea, Taiwan

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NNA Business News

By Celine Chen SINGAPORE, NNA – Pace, a Singapore-based fintech start-up that offers a ‘Buy Now Pay Later’ or BNPL service, has raised $40 million in a Series A round to fund its expansion to Japan, South Korea and Taiwan. Investors that participated include Singapore’s UOB Venture Management, Marubeni Ventures of Japan, Atinum Partners of South Korea, Taipei-based AppWorks, and some family offices from Japan and Indonesia. Earlier investors like Vertex Ventures Southeast Asia, Alpha JWC, and Genesis Alternative Ventures also took part. Launched in January this year, the start-up has seen hype… Read more about Singapore’s payment start-up Pace to expand to Japan, Korea, Taiwan

TDRI points to post-pandemic mega trends

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The Bangkok Post

TDRI points to post-pandemic mega trends Adaptation required amid disruption The Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI) has urged the public and private sector to adapt themselves to eight post-pandemic mega trends that will create huge social and digital disruptions across industries. TDRI has forecast that the US and China will begin to recover in 2022 while Thailand will have to wait until 2023 for a full recovery to pre-Covid levels. Kirida Bhaopichitr, TDRI’s research director, said there are eight mega trends that will gain traction post-pandemic and affect businesses and investm… Read more about TDRI points to post-pandemic mega trends