Key Regulatory Perspectives in ASEAN

Automotive Policies and Roadmaps Take Center Stage as Governments Look to their Auto Sectors to Spur Growth by 2020

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This analysis gives a detailed overview of the regulatory policies and programs in key ASEAN automotive markets. In Thailand, this includes the restructuring of the excise tax system, the Eco-Car Program Phase 2, and a roadmap for electric vehicles (EVs). For Malaysia, it covers the National Automotive Plan (NAP) 2014 and the implementation of a goods and services tax (GST). For Indonesia, the Low Carbon Emission (LCE) Program, a revision of the fiscal incentive scheme, and a new ministry decree on the vehicle industry are discussed. For Vietnam, the Automotive Master Plan and fuel labeling for passenger cars are covered. Finally, the Automotive Industry Roadmap 2022, the Clean Energy Vehicles (CEV) Incentives Bill, and the Investment Priorities Plan (IPP) 2014 are discussed for the Philippines.

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Executive SummaryKey Findings—ThailandKey Findings—MalaysiaKey Findings—IndonesiaKey Findings—VietnamKey Findings—PhilippinesBackground of the StudyImperative of the StudyThe Imperative of the Study (continued)Policy Development Clusters Impacting the Automotive SectorRegulatory ClustersScope of this Research ServiceThailandPolicy Timeline MapRestructuring of the Excise Tax SystemStrategic Imperative and TriggersStrategic Imperative and Triggers (continued)Policy ObjectivesPolicy DetailsPolicy Details (continued)Impact on the Market Eco-Car Program—Phase 2Strategic Imperative and TriggersPolicy ObjectivesPolicy Details Impact on the Market Roadmap for Electric VehiclesStrategic Imperative and TriggersPolicy ObjectivesPolicy Details Policy Details (continued) Impact on the MarketMalaysiaPolicy Timeline MapNational Automotive Policy (NAP) 2014Strategic Imperative and TriggersKey Objectives of the NAP 2014Policy FacilitationThe EEV (Energy Efficient Vehicle) ConceptKey Provisions in NAP 2009Targets to be Achieved by 2020Malaysia Automotive RoadmapsImpact on the MarketImplementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST)Strategic Imperative and TriggersKey ObjectivesPolicy DetailsPolicy Details—GST Mechanism in the Context of the Automotive Value ChainPolicy Details—GST Applicable to Used Cars Business, Impact on Price IncreasePolicy Details—Refund Scheme for Double Taxation on Interim Car StockImpact on Automotive SectorImpact on the MarketIndonesiaPolicy Timeline MapLow Carbon Emission (LCE) ProgramStrategic Imperative and TriggersStrategic Imperative and Triggers (continued)Strategic Imperative and Triggers (continued)Strategic Imperative and Triggers (continued)Policy ObjectivesPolicy DetailsPolicy Details (continued)Policy Details (continued)Impact on the MarketRevision of the Fiscal Incentive SchemeStrategic Imperative and TriggersStrategic Imperative and Triggers (continued)Policy ObjectivesPolicy Details—Tax Allowance Policy Details—Tax Allowance (continued)Policy Details—Tax Allowance (continued)Policy Details—Tax HolidayImpact on the Market New Ministry Decree on the Vehicle IndustryStrategic Imperative and Policy ObjectivesPolicy DetailsPolicy Details (continued)Policy Details—Business Classification Standard on Industry License/PermitPolicy Details—New Vehicle Classification for Passenger VehiclesPolicy Details—CKD DefinitionPolicy Details—IKD DefinitionImpact on the MarketVietnamPolicy Timeline MapAutomotive Master PlanStrategic Imperative and TriggersStrategic Imperative and Triggers (continued)Policy DetailsPolicy Details (continued)Policy Details (continued)Policy Details (continued)Policy Details (continued)Policy Details (continued)Policy Details (continued)Policy Details (continued)Policy Details (continued)Policy Details (continued)Policy Details (continued)Draft Decree on Supporting Industry Development Challenges to the Master Plan ImplementationImpact on the MarketImpact on the Market (continued)Fuel Labeling for Passenger Cars (7 Seats and Below)Strategic Imperative and TriggersPolicy ObjectivesPolicy Details—Applicable Vehicle CategoryPolicy Details—Application Process for Fuel Labeling (Mandatory for Cars)Policy Details—Regulations on Appointment of Accredited Testing AgenciesPolicy Details—Methodology for Fuel Consumption TestPolicy Details—Declaration of Fuel Consumption Details Policy Details—Sanction for Non-compliance of Manufacturer/Importer Impact on the MarketPhilippinesPolicy Timeline MapAutomotive Industry Roadmap 2022Strategic Imperative and TriggersPolicy ObjectivesPolicy DetailsDetails of Executive Order 182 Approving CARSCARS Implementing Agencies and their FunctionsCARS Implementing Agencies and their Functions (continued)CARS Enrolment Criteria, Application, and SelectionCARS Eligibility and Qualifications of ParticipantsFiscal Support under CARSFiscal Support under CARS (continued)Terms and Conditions of the Incentives under CARSImpact on the MarketAutomotive Industry Roadmap 2022—The Big Picture Electric, Hybrid, and Other Clean Energy Vehicles (CEV) Incentives Bill Strategic Imperative and TriggersPolicy ObjectivesPolicy DetailsImpact on the MarketInvestment Priorities Plan 2014 Strategic Imperative and Triggers Policy ObjectivesPolicy DetailsPolicy Details (continued)Guidelines to Implement the IPP 2014–2016 for Motor Vehicles and ComponentsSpecific Guidelines for IPP 2014–2016 for Motor VehiclesSpecific Guidelines to Implement IPP 2014–2016 for Motor Vehicles Parts and ComponentsIPP Guidelines on Incentives for BOI Registered EnterprisesImpact on the MarketKey ConclusionsThailand—Impact-Timeline MatrixThailand—Key TakeawaysMalaysia—Impact-Timeline MatrixMalaysia—Key TakeawaysIndonesia—Impact-Timeline MatrixIndonesia—Key TakeawaysVietnam—Impact-Timeline Matrix Vietnam—Key TakeawaysPhilippines—Impact-Timeline MatrixPhilippines—Key TakeawaysLegal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviations and Acronyms—ThailandAbbreviations and Acronyms—MalaysiaAbbreviations and 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