Strategic Analysis of the Pakistan Automotive Market, Forecast to 2025

With An Expected Growth Rate of 7.2%, The Industry is Ripe for New Opportunities, Backed by a New Automotive Policy and Political Stability

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The economies in developed countries have either stabilized or declined over the past few years. As a result, automotive companies are struggling to grow their sales in these markets. End-customers are either continuing to use their existing vehicles or are looking at alternative modes of transport. To sustain growth, automotive OEMs are continuously looking at new markets for expansion. Pakistan is one such market which holds significant growth potential.With an extremely low penetration rate of approximately 13 cars per 1000 inhabitants and a rapidly growing urbanization rate of 40.5%, Pakistan has huge potential to grow its automotive market. So far, only three manufacturers— Suzuki, Honda and Toyota—ass

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key FindingsExecutive Summary: Pakistan’s Automotive Industry—2017 DataExecutive Summary—Current Automotive LandscapeExecutive Summary—Current Vehicle Assembly CapabilityExecutive Summary—PV Segment AnalysisExecutive Summary—SWOT Analysis of Pakistan Automotive IndustryResearch Scope and MethodologyResearch Scope Aims and ObjectivesResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions this Study Will AnswerResearch Methodology Country OverviewPakistan Country SnapshotPopulation Demographics and UrbanizationMajor Industrial Clusters in PakistanPolitical and Economic LandscapePakistan’s Automotive Industry—2017 DataSWOT Analysis of Pakistan Automotive IndustryPakistan—Current Automotive LandscapeEmission RegulationsAutomotive RegulationsAutomotive Regulations (continued)Market Size and PotentialKey TakeawaysManufacturing OverviewPakistan—Automotive Production FootprintKey Competencies in PV Manufacturing and Assembling Current Vehicle Assembly CapabilityProduction ProfileOEM Manufacturing Profile—Pak-Suzuki OEM Manufacturing Profile—Indus Toyota OEM Manufacturing Profile—Honda AtlasManufacturing Strategy—Expected TrendsKey TakeawaysSales OverviewTotal Units Sold and CAGRPV Segment AnalysisMost Popular BrandsSales Performance BenchmarkingMost Popular ModelsOEM Competitive AnalysisPV Segment AnalysisOverall PV Sales ForecastOEM Distribution NetworkKey TakeawaysMobility OverviewCurrent Mobility LandscapeProfiles of Mobility ProvidersProfiles of Mobility Providers (continued)Profiles of Mobility Providers (continued)Key TakeawaysGrowth Opportunities and Companies to ActionGrowth Opportunity Strategic Imperatives for Success and GrowthKey Conclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and So What AnalysisThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviations and Acronyms UsedMarket Engineering MethodologyList of ExhibitsList of Exhibits (continued)

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