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    A new issue regarding new national automotive policy NAP that will be finalised may cause Perodua, Naza and Inokom loss title as National car maker which will also result in increasing tax to each of their cars and the price will go higher while Proton will remain as the only national car maker and manufacturer as it has full time local car manufacturing and R&D. The proposal have some rational behind it. Until now, we see only Proton can be said as PURELY NATIONAL CAR MAKER because of its R&D and all car manufacturing process done in Malaysia totally. Read further info by Btimes below.

     

    ONLY PROTON IS A NATIONAL CAR MAKER?

    ONLY PROTON IS A NATIONAL CAR MAKER?

     
    A proposal is being floated that only Proton Holdings Bhd will hold the national car company status, industry sources say. 
     
    The proposal the automotive market is talking about now is being made for the refined National Automotive Policy (NAP) that should be finalised late this month.

     

    If the proposal goes through, it means Perodua, the Naza group and Sime Darby Bhd’s Inokom Corp Sdn Bhd could lose their national car status.

     

    The ramification from such a plan could result in consumers possibly paying more to buy Malaysian-made vehicles from Naza, Inokom and Perodua, the country’s largest car company by sales.

     

    The heftier price could come in play, as the companies will have to pay similar engine capacity-related excise tax rate of 65-75 per cent as the likes of non-national car distributors UMW Toyota Motor, Edaran Tan Chong Motor and Honda Malaysia on packages of parts for assembly into complete passenger vehicles here.
    If the proposal goes through, only Malaysia’s first national carmaker, Proton Holdings Bhd will be spared, as the redefined policy favours companies such as Proton which has full-time research and development activities.

     

    Currently, the national car status allows the holder to enjoy a 50 per cent discount of local excise tax, which is a central levy on manufactured products and in this case, locally produced passenger cars including multi-purpose vehicles, sports utility vehicles and window vans.

     

    “The potential move is to push car companies to be more serious and heavily involved in making or producing cars locally, and not depend too much on imported parts,” said an industry source.

     

    “It will also reflect that only full-fledged local car manufacturers with full-time research and development activities like Proton will continue to enjoy the tax incentive,” he added.

     

    People close to Perodua, however, stressed that the company’s national status will remain intact because of the “Japanese sentiment”.

     

    “Any move (by the government) to strip the status will not go down well with Perodua’s Japanese shareholders. The Japanese Embassy here regards Perodua as one of the best joint ventures Japan has with Malaysia,” one of them said.

     

    Two Japanese firms, Daihatsu Motor Co Ltd and Mitsui & Co Ltd, collectively hold 27 per cent of Perodua. They control the manufacturing operations at Perodua’s plant in Sungai Choh in Rawang through Perodua Auto Corp Sdn Bhd.

     

    Other shareholders of Perodua are UMW Corp Sdn Bhd with a 38 per cent stake, MBM Resources Bhd (20 per cent), PNB Equity Resources Corp Sdn Bhd (10 per cent) and Daihatsu Malaysia Sdn Bhd (5 per cent).

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    24 Responses

    1. savvy88 says:

      Only Proton is the national carmaker. the others just the national car company, not as maker.

    2. Man says:

      Only Proton manufactures cars from groundup including campro engine, the others just rebage, including rebaging old models.

    3. kekitaan says:

      sokong sokong… yg lain tu proksi jepun je… naza pulak apa ntah? rasanya dapat keuntungan peribadi la kot… dulu sapa yg iktiraf naza tu keter nasional? rafidah aziz kan? sedangkan mana ada nasionalnya ?? untung lebih sapa?

    4. tres says:

      ape mende yg korang mengarut ni….tu perodua R&D centre kt sg choh tu nak campak mane…
      naza tak plak diketahui pusat r&d nyer…

    5. Man says:

      Cuba bagi tahu mana kereta yang dibuat oleh Perodua, jawapannya tiada. MYVI dari Daihatsu Sirion dan Viva dari Daihatsu Mira. Perodua design bumpe baru aje.

    6. tres says:

      mungkin ada yg tak paham makna r&d ni, adakah r&d hanya membuat kete baru…adakah ko yakin depa tak pernah design kete2 daihatsu dan r&d nyer dibuat kat sg choh tu…sebarang kete baru yg masuk mmg kene lalui r&d psl nak sesuaikan dengan market mesia… drpd segi requirement utk NAP, perodua telah pun memenuhi syarat tersebut…

    7. Man says:

      Lagi satu, kebanyakan syer Perodua dah jatuh ke tangan Jepun melalui Daihatsu direct dan indirect melalui UMW kalau tak silap.

    8. kekitaan says:

      Ya betul.. Pero2 ada R&D … buat masa ni nampak bumper dan lampu je kot… dan mungkin dashboard… tu la r&D depa buat masa la ni

    9. kdi says:

      Rasanya langkah membuang taraf kereta nasional kpd perodua dll tu bagus gak so nanti diorang akan lebih concentrate nak kejar taraf kereta nasional dgn buat totally Malaysian Made Car macam Proton sekarang. So nanti Perodua akan hentikan kerja2 rebadge dan buat kereta sendiri. Baru Malaysia ada banyak kereta buatan Malaysia dan boleh bersaing lagi sengit.

    10. Norman says:

      Gua sokong kalau Perodua dan Naza bikin enjin dan chassis sendiri.Belajar dari kegagalan pun tak kesah asalkan 98% local made baru boleh challenge Korea yang skrg ni dah tak berapa ade seni dlm design kete..

    11. black evia says:

      emm..
      btul tu,cam proton jgk..
      buat keta tp ramai orng merungut..
      apapn normal utk smua tu..
      yg pnting buatan mlaysia;-)
      part pn snang nk cari.

      per2 pn ptut leh hsil kn model sndri..
      bru rmai merungt jgk:-)
      pd aku klu mpv ni lahir dr sntuhan ank jati sndiri
      kn ke lbih baik..mpv pertama katakn..
      xyah la klon sana sini lg..
      try arr.. hsil kn model sndri..
      mmg kos tgi..tp smpai bila nk camni..

      apapn aku tetap sokong industri automotif negara.

      bersaing secara sihat n adil ;-)

    12. xshiro says:

      sebab semua nak play safe, thats why la. nak buat keta sendiri bukan senang. entah2 tak balik modal.

    13. kekitaan says:

      Sebenarnya p2 takleh nak buat keputusan sendiri samaada nak rebadge atau nak buat sendiri sbbnya sahamnya banyak dipegang oleh daihatsu dan toyota… tu masaalahnya… dan kalaulah macam tu.. mmg tak sepatutnya dapat taraf kereta nasional pun.

    14. lamki says:

      Sepatutnye Perodua dah ade kete ciptaan sendiri dah… Sebab dah lame. Ni asyik rebadge daihatsu jer… Salah satu Nautica jelas Import from japan tukar logo jer…

    15. Lorenzoo OO OO says:

      HYE ALL READERS !!!

      waAA why many people here blame on P2 ???

      As we all have learn english at school since darjah 1, so logically u all can read the sentence there …

      ” Two Japanese firms, Daihatsu Motor Co Ltd and Mitsui & Co Ltd, collectively hold 27 per cent of Perodua. They control the manufacturing operations at Perodua’s plant in Sungai Choh in Rawang through Perodua Auto Corp Sdn Bhd. ”

      &……….

      ” Other shareholders of Perodua are UMW Corp Sdn Bhd with a 38 per cent stake, MBM Resources Bhd (20 per cent), PNB Equity Resources Corp Sdn Bhd (10 per cent) and Daihatsu Malaysia Sdn Bhd (5 per cent). ”

      All clear now ???

      If the CEO of P2 buat suka hati nak cipta reka keluarkan kereta sendiri dengan design & enjin sepenuhnya milik buatan malaysia ,,,,,,,,,,
      did u all guys mention what happen next ???

      ********************************THINK **********************************

    16. sensei81 says:

      Whatever policy made by the Malaysian government should not be in favour of Proton only. This will lead to incompetitive automotive atmosphere in our country. Proton telah dibantu oleh kerajaan untuk tempoh yang terlalu lama. As a result, they are far bahind other car makers in term of technology. Why do people buy perodua, Naza and other brands…? They have lost confident in Proton and getting fustrated by our national automotive policy. Proton should compete with other carmakers fairly without tight protection by the government. Come on lah be gentleman! sampai bila kita nak protect proton. Siapa ynag rugi..? Malaysians

    17. Man says:

      The last time I read in newspapers 33% of car sales are still Proton, so it is still a popular make among Malaysians. Every country protects their important industries, even the rich countries… .

    18. buduh says:

      waaa…complain so many…watch this la….then complain kao kao ok? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7YanM3KTrk

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