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Research and Markets: Malaysian Automotive Outlook 2014

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/g8n7qk/malaysian)
has announced a further of a “Malaysian
Automotive Outlook 2014″
news to their offering.

This investigate use gives a brief overview of a Malaysian automotive
marketplace for 2014. It provides an opinion on a Malaysian automotive
marketplace for both 2013 and 2014, as good as a analogous research of
changing mobility patterns, and a pivotal conclusions and destiny outlook
for a market.

Key Findings:

  • Mobility patterns globally and opposite a Association of Southeast
    Asian Nations (ASEAN) are undergoing changes with a introduction of
    carsharing, multimodal transport, and immature cars. Compared to global
    and informal levels, Kuala Lumpur (KL) has a high suit of
    people depending only on cars.
  • ASEAN direct for immature vehicles, including hybrid vehicles, is
    approaching to boost as Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia have all
    embarked on low-emission, high-mileage vehicles.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Malaysian Automotive Outlook 2013

  • Total Industry Volumes – Malaysia
  • Total Industry Volumes – ASEAN
  • Total Production Volume – ASEAN

2. Comparative Analysis of Changing Mobility Patterns

  • Changing Mobility Patterns in ASEAN
  • Changing Global Mobility Patterns
  • Global Intermodal Competition to Cars
  • Comparative Analysis of Mobility Patterns
  • Comparative Analysis of Challenges Presented by Individual Transport
  • Malaysian Government Public Transport Transformation Plan
  • Comparative Analysis of Preference for Green Vehicles
  • Need for Green Vehicles in ASEAN
  • Adoption of Green Vehicles in ASEAN
  • Sales of Green Vehicles in ASEAN
  • Hybrid Vehicle Sales in Malaysia
  • SWOT Analysis of Malaysia’s Green Vehicle Focus

3. Malaysian Automotive Outlook 2014

Factors Driving Automotive Market Growth

  • Revision of NAP
  • Incentives for EEVs
  • New Model Launches

Factors Restraining Automotive Market Growth

  • Continued Tightening of Credit
  • Subsidy Rationalization
  • Withdrawal of Duty-free Incentives on CBU Hybrids/EVs
  • Impact of Changes in Global Economy

Impact and Probability of Growth Factors

4. Key Conclusions and Future Outlook

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