2015 Indonesian Automotive Market Outlook

The Growing Economy, Infrastructure Development, Increasing Investment, and the Rising Middle Class Will Drive Market Growth

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This study offers an overview of the Indonesian automotive market in 2014 and 2015. It discusses 2014 trends and provides a forecast for 2015. The insight also analyzes market growth factors for 2015 to 2020, and it includes an executive summary discussing the key findings, the major developments in 2014, the details of Indonesia's Low Carbon Emission (LCE) Program, an outlook for 2015, and key conclusions.

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2015 Indonesian Automotive Market OutlookExecutive SummaryKey Findings2014 Automotive Market OutlookTIVMonthly Sales TrendsFactors Affecting Market GrowthASEAN Vehicle SalesASEAN Vehicle ProductionMonthly Sales of Passenger CarsPassenger Car Segment SharesMonthly CV SalesCV Segment ShareMarket Share by OEMLow Carbon Emission (LCE) ProgramLCE ProgramLimitations of the LCE ProgramFuel Consumption in IndonesiaEnergy Consumption in IndonesiaAir Pollution in IndonesiaLCE Program ObjectivesChallenges in the LCE Program2015 Automotive Market OutlookThe Market CanvasThe 2015 SpecificsGlobal EconomyImpact of the Global EconomyFuel Price MovementImpact of Fuel Price Movement Automotive FinanceImpact of Trends on Automotive FinanceTariffs and TaxesImpact of Trends on Tariffs and Taxes2015 Market SpecificsScenario Analysis—Conservative ViewScenario Analysis—Conservative View (continued)Scenario Analysis—Conservative View (continued)Scenario Analysis—Optimistic ViewScenario Analysis—Optimistic View (continued)Scenario Analysis—Optimistic View (continued)Scenario Analysis—Frost & Sullivan ViewScenario Analysis—Frost & Sullivan View (continued)Scenario Analysis—Frost & Sullivan View (continued)Key Automotive Market Growth Factors 2015–2020Key Automotive Market Growth Factors 2015–2020 Market Growth through the LCE ProgramNext-generation Free Trade Agreements (for example—Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP))Focus on ExportsThailand—The Largest Production Base in ASEANImplementation of the AECKey Conclusions and Future Outlook Key Conclusions and Future OutlookLegal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviations and Acronyms UsedThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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