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BMI View: This quarter we maintain our negative near-term view on the Saudi Arabian autos sector. We continue to target a 26.2% fall in sales over 2016, although certain luxury brands may outperform.

Key Views
-The commercial vehicle segment will underperform over the coming two years, as heavy vehicle demand is dampened by government cutbacks in infrastructure spending.
• We continue to believe that the planned introduction of VAT in 2018 may prompt consumers to buy greater numbers of new passenger cars in 2017 before the tax is implemented.
• Chinese brands Changan and Chery were launched in the country in May 2016, underlining our view that there remain opportunities in the lower priced car segment, despite the current market slowdown.
BMI Industry View ............. 7
Key Views ... 7
SWOT ...... 8
Industry Forecast ............ 10
Table: Autos Total Market - Historical Data And Forecasts (Saudi Arabia 2014-2020) . . 10
Latest Developments . 10
Structural Trends ..... 10
Passenger Cars ......... 14
Table: Passenger Car Market - Historical Data And Forecasts (Saudi Arabia 2014-2020) . . . . 14
Latest Developments And Segment Drivers ............. 14
Key Players ............ 15
Table: Saudi Arabia - Top 10 Best-Selling Manufacturers, 2015 . . 15
Commercial Vehicles .. 16
Table: Commercial Vehicle Market - Historical Data And Forecasts (Saudi Arabia 2014-2020) . . . . 16
Latest Developments And Segment Drivers ............. 16
Industry Risk/Reward Index ......... 17
Region Losing Global Standing . 17
Saudi Arabia On The Brink ...... 18
Morocco Becomes A Regional Bright Spot  18
Company Profile  19
Abdul Latif Jameel Group (Toyota) ........... 19
Hyundai Motors ........ 21
Regional Overview .......... 22
MENA ....... 22
Table: MENA Autos Production Investment 22
Morocco Makes Its Mark ......... 23
Oman Becoming A GCC Hub ... 23
PSA Commitment A Win For Iran ............ 23
Demographic Forecast ... 24
Demographic Outlook  24
Table: Population Headline Indicators (Saudi Arabia 1990-2025) 25
Table: Key Population Ratios (Saudi Arabia 1990-2025) . . . . 25
Table: Urban/Rural Population & Life Expectancy (Saudi Arabia 1990-2025) . . . . . 26
Table: Population By Age Group (Saudi Arabia 1990-2025) 26
Table: Population By Age Group % (Saudi Arabia 1990-2025) . . . 27
Methodology ...... 29
Industry Forecasts .... 29
Sector-Specific Methodology .... 30
Sources .... 30
Risk/Reward Index Methodology ............. 31
Table: Automotive Risk/Reward Index Indicators And Weighting Of Indicators . . . . 32
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