Strategic Analysis of LCGC Policy in Indonesia and its Impact

LCGC Policy to be a Game Changer in Indonesian Automotive Market

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This research analyzes the government regulations and policy for low-cost green cars in Indonesia, which form a part of the low carbon emissions (LCE) program. It discusses in detail the LCGC policies in Indonesia through executive summary, LCE program with overview, background, objectives, along with policy details. The future potential and challenges are also discussed, supplemented with conclusion and takeaways. The base year of the study is 2013.

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key FindingsExecutive Summary—Key Findings (continued)LCE Program—Overview, Background, and ObjectivesStrategic Imperatives—BackgroundLow Carbon Emission (LCE) Program—The ObjectivesVehicle Segment and Technology ExclusionLCE Program—Policy DetailsLCE Program—The IncentivesLCE Program—Regulation BaseComparison of Similar Programs in the RegionComparison of Similar Programs in the Region (continued)Impact on Automotive EcosystemLow-cost Green Car (LCGC)LCGC—ProceduresLCGC—Product RequirementsLCGC—Product Requirements (continued)LCGC—Significance of Luxury TaxLCGC—Market ParticipationLCGC—Current Market Volume LCGC PenetrationLCGC Models—Product PortfolioLCGC Models—Market PositioningLCGC—Issues and ChallengesLCGC—Issues and Challenges (continued)LCE Program—Future Potential and ChallengesLCE Potential—Demand, Supply, and Support FactorsLCE Potential—Feasibility TimelineLCE Potential—Industry ParticipationLCE Potential—Challenges for IndonesiaLCE Potential—ProgressConclusion and TakeawaysConclusion and Key TakeawaysConclusion and Key Takeaways (continued)Legal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviationsAutomotive Luxury Tax StructureLCGC—Procedure RequirementsLCGC—Procedure Requirements (continued)LCGC—Components Localization RequirementsLCGC—Components Localization Requirements (continued)LCGC—Components Localization Requirements (continued)LCGC—Components Localization Requirements (continued)LCGC—Components Localization Requirements (continued)LCGC—Components Localization Requirements (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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