Regulatory Environment in the ASEAN Automotive Sector

Key Policy Developments to Have a High Impact on Automotive Supply and Demand

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This study gives a detailed overview of the regulatory environment in the ASEAN automotive sector with a focus on the three key automotive markets in the region—Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand. The study examines the regulatory environment through an executive summary, and analyses of the automotive regulation in Malaysia, automotive regulation in Indonesia, and automotive regulation in Thailand. It also examines the impact of these factors on hybrid vehicles sales in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand during 2013–2020.

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Regulatory Environment in the ASEAN Automotive SectorExecutive SummaryKey FindingsAutomotive Regulation in Malaysia Automotive PolicyImpact-Timeline Matrix for Key Policy DevelopmentsEnergy Efficient Vehicles—Impact on the Sector Energy Efficient Vehicles—Impact on Vehicle SegmentsHybrid Incentives—Impact on the Market Hybrid Incentives—Impact on Vehicle SegmentsImplementation of GST—Impact on the Market Implementation of GST—Impact on Vehicle Segments Impact of Malaysia’s Policies—AssumptionsPolicy Impact on Hybrid Sales—ForecastAutomotive Duty StructureMultilateral AgreementsPassenger and Commercial Vehicles—Malaysia’s Tariff Schedule under Multilateral AgreementsPassenger and Commercial Vehicles—Malaysia’s Tariff Schedule under Multilateral Agreements (continued)Automotive Regulation in IndonesiaAutomotive PolicyImpact-Timeline Matrix for Key Policy DevelopmentsLEC-LCGC Program—Impact on the MarketLEC-LCGC Program—Impact on Vehicle SegmentsLuxury Tax Increment—Impact on the MarketLuxury Tax Increment—Impact on Vehicle SegmentsVehicle Ownership Progressive Tax Increment—Impact on the MarketProgressive Tax Increment—Impact on Vehicle SegmentsImpact of Indonesia’s Policies—AssumptionsPolicy Impact on LCGC Segment Sales—ForecastAutomotive Duty StructureMultilateral AgreementsPassenger Vehicles—Indonesia’s Tariff Schedule under Multilateral/Bilateral AgreementsPassenger Vehicles—Indonesia’s Tariff Schedule under Multilateral/Bilateral Agreements (continued)Commercial Vehicles—Indonesia’s Tariff Schedule under Multilateral/Bilateral AgreementsCommercial Vehicles—Indonesia’s Tariff Schedule under Multilateral/Bilateral Agreements (continued)Automotive Regulation in ThailandAutomotive Policy Thailand─Impact-Timeline Matrix for Key Policy DevelopmentsPhase 2 Eco-Car Project—Impact on the MarketPhase 2 Eco-Car Project—Impact on Vehicle SegmentsRestructuring of Excise Tax System—Impact on the MarketRestructuring of Excise Tax System—Impact on Vehicle SegmentsBOI New Incentive Scheme—Impact on the MarketBOI New Incentive Scheme—Impact on Vehicle SegmentsPolicies’ Sales Impacts on Eco-Cars—AssumptionsPolicy Impact on Eco-Cars Segment Sales—ForecastAutomotive Duty StructureMultilateral AgreementsPassenger and Commercial Vehicles—Thailand’s Tariff Schedule under Multilateral AgreementsPassenger and Commercial Vehicles—Thailand’s Tariff Schedule under Multilateral Agreements (continued)Legal DisclaimerAppendixTable of AcronymsTable of Acronyms (continued)The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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