DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/m234h6/_strategic) has announced the addition of the "Strategic Assessment of Malaysian National Automotive Policy" report to their offering.
This research service provides an overview of Malaysia's National Automotive Policy 2014 with a focus on the policy's strategic imperatives, objectives, specific goals, and the roadmap for achieving the same. The study also discusses the future of green cars, eco-cars, and other energy-efficient vehicles in ASEAN and Malaysia. The study includes descriptions on the ASEAN and Malaysia green car sales and programs and also provides an insight into NAP 2014. This study also discusses the future of hybrids, EVs and other EEVs, while providing a company perspective on the same.
- Green car sales has been growing rapidly across countries in ASEAN during 2009-2013 driven primarily by the eco-car boom in Thailand and hybrid surge in Malaysia. Malaysia had xx% growth in hybrid vehicle sales in 2013. (Figures will become available once the report is purchased.)
- Malaysia's Energy Efficient Vehicle (EEV) program covers an extensive range of vehicle segments and a wide spectrum of car technologies.
- Structural issues that challenged the automotive industry created the need for a revised National Automotive Policy (NAP) in Malaysia. In response, the Malaysian government developed NAP 2014 with a focus on various stakeholders, strategies, and priorities.
- The 2014 NAP outlines 3 Core Directions and 3 Core Strategies to develop Malaysia into a future hub for EEVs. It also identifies 6 roadmaps to streamline efforts towards achieving NAP objectives and targets.
- Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) will be closely monitoring NAP programs, while the Malaysia Automotive Institute (MAI) will help in coordinating and executing these programs.
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