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Automotive Report Indonesia 1st Quarter

  • ID: 2101470
  • February 2014
  • Region: Indonesia
  • 14 Pages
  • The Economist Intelligence Unit

Indonesia is the largest vehicle market in South-east Asia, and the country's automotive sector is an important pillar of domestic manufacturing. The domestic market was deregulated in 1999 and is one of the most competitive parts of the economy.

Trends in the automotive industry tend to be driven by interest rates, fuel price movements, the exchange rate and the pace of economic growth. The Economist Intelligence Unit estimates that growth in passenger-car sales moderated to 12.6% in 2013 and we expect it to average 12.2% a year in 2014-18. The expansion will be supported by rapid economic growth, although a weaker rupiah in 2014, higher domestic fuel prices and continuing high global oil prices will constrain new registrations.

In addition, regulations issued by Bank Indonesia (BI, the central bank) in mid-2012 and extended to sharia-compliant lenders in February 2013 tightened lending criteria for purchases of passenger cars and motorcycles (around 70% of which are bought on credit).

Industry List: Automotive, Automotive, Commercial and other vehicles, Automotive, Fuel sources, Automotive, Passenger vehicles
Industry Codes (NAIC): 336
Industry Codes (SIC): 37

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Automotive Report Indonesia 1st Quarter

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