Moreover, these subsidized fuel price reforms also caused accelerated inflation due to second-round effects (hence curbing Indonesians’ purchasing power further) as prices of various products rose due to higher transportation costs. Lastly, the weak rupiah (which had been weakening since mid-2013 amid the US taper tantrum) made imports more expensive. Given that many car components still need to be imported hence raising production costs for Indonesian car manufacturers, price tags on cars became more expensive. However, due to fierce competition in the domestic car market not always have manufacturers and retailers been able to pass these costs on to end-users. The automotive revenue pool will significantly increase and diversify toward on-demand mobility services and data-driven services.
- Evolve into a responsible organization by embedding sustainability and sustainable innovation across the value chain.
- Recently, Indonesia also has set an ambitious goal to raise the market share of electric vehicles in Indonesia to