DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/m234h6/_strategic)
has announced a further of a “Strategic
Assessment of Malaysian National Automotive Policy” news to
This investigate use provides an overview of Malaysia’s National
Automotive Policy 2014 with a concentration on a policy’s strategic
imperatives, objectives, specific goals, and a roadmap for achieving
a same. The investigate also discusses a destiny of immature cars, eco-cars,
and other energy-efficient vehicles in ASEAN and Malaysia. The study
includes descriptions on a ASEAN and Malaysia immature automobile sales and
programs and also provides an discernment into NAP 2014. This investigate also
discusses a destiny of hybrids, EVs and other EEVs, while providing a
association viewpoint on a same.
– Green automobile sales has been flourishing fast opposite countries in ASEAN
during 2009-2013 driven essentially by a eco-car bang in Thailand and
hybrid swell in Malaysia. Malaysia had xx% expansion in hybrid vehicle
sales in 2013. (Figures will turn accessible once a news is
– Malaysia’s Energy Efficient Vehicle (EEV) module covers an extensive
operation of automobile segments and a far-reaching spectrum of automobile technologies.
– Structural issues that challenged a automotive attention combined the
need for a revised National Automotive Policy (NAP) in Malaysia. In
response, a Malaysian supervision grown NAP 2014 with a concentration on
several stakeholders, strategies, and priorities.
– The 2014 NAP outlines 3 Core Directions and 3 Core Strategies to
rise Malaysia into a destiny heart for EEVs. It also identifies 6
roadmaps to streamline efforts towards achieving NAP objectives and
– Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) will be closely
monitoring NAP programs, while a Malaysia Automotive Institute (MAI)
will assistance in coordinating and executing these programs.
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