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亞洲的汽車產業 (季度更新報告)

Asia Autos Report Q1 2017

出版商 BMI Research 商品編碼 362180
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 21 Pages
商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內
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亞洲的汽車產業 (季度更新報告) Asia Autos Report Q1 2017
出版日期: 2016年12月14日 內容資訊: 英文 21 Pages

本報告提供亞洲各國的汽車產業相關分析,地區整體今後5年的產業規模的動向估計,產業的課題 (風險) 和未來性的商機 (利潤) 相關評估,各國市場現況、未來展望的詳細分析,主要企業簡介等資訊彙整,為您概述為以下內容。


  • BMI的見解


  • 各國政府的輔助策略,促進東南亞市場成長
  • ASEAN市場樂觀預測
  • 中國的SUV、NEV (新型能源車) 市場持續成長


  • 產業的風險/利潤指標


  • 產業趨勢分析
  • 泰國、馬來西亞:對產品出口的願望
  • 中國市場的成長部門:來自海外的投資的目標
  • 緬甸:邁向進步


  • 產業預測技術
  • 每產業的預測手法
  • 資訊來源
  • 風險/利潤指標的分析方法


Product Code: 2398-0966

BMI View:Asia will show steady growth in vehicle sales in 2017, with our forecast of 3.0% showing the smallest slowdown from 3.1% estimated for 2016. Vietnam and the Philippines will remain the fastest growing markets, but positive growth for Indonesia and Malaysia will be a big boost for the ASEAN subregion.

Key Views

  • Asia will follow the global autos trend of sales growth in emerging markets outperforming developed states in 2017.
  • South Asia will be the best performing sub-region in 2017, driven by Bangladesh and Pakistan.
  • The return to growth of key markets such as Indonesia and Malaysia will provide a boost to ASEAN sales as Singapore prepares for sales to contract as part of the COE cycle.

Table of Contents

BMI Industry View

  • Key Views

Industry Forecast

  • Table: Asia Historical Data And Forecasts
  • South Asia Slowing
  • Singapore Cycle Weighs On ASEAN Growth
  • China Hinges On Tax Breaks
  • Developed State Laggards

Industry Risk Reward Ratings

  • Industry Risk/Reward Index
    • Developed States Have Technology Niche
    • ASEAN Policy Reaping Rewards
    • Sri Lanka A Short-Term Mover?

Regional Overview

  • Asia Overview
    • Table: Asia Autos Production Investments
  • EV And SUV Investments Leading The Way In China
  • Thailand A Crucial Regional Production Hub For Automakers


  • Industry Forecasts
  • Sector-Specific Methodology
  • Sources
  • Risk/Reward Index Methodology
    • Table: Automotive Risk/Reward Index Indicators And Weighting Of Indicators
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