New car companies are popping up in new cities, and one of the first cities to offer them is Port of Manila.
The capital’s city council recently approved a master plan to bring the city’s car industry into the 21st century.
According to the plan, the city will install a fleet of more than 200 electric vehicles by 2025.
The move to electric vehicles comes at a time when the Philippines is the world’s second largest car market, with more than one million cars on the road.
The country is currently home to nearly two million vehicles, making it the fourth largest vehicle market in the world.
The move to an electric fleet is an important step in improving mobility, said Adelina Gomes, director general of the Philippine Automobile Association (PAAA), who announced the plan on Monday.
The PAAA has also proposed a program for leasing new electric vehicles, which could help the country achieve its goal of being a “world-class” car market.
In a statement, the PAAA said that its plan was “designed to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles in the Philippines.”
The plan also aims to increase mobility by reducing fuel consumption and reducing emissions by 20 percent by 2025, and to cut emissions by 15 percent by 2030.
While the plan is not the first of its kind in the country, it is a step in the right direction.
The government has already invested billions of pesos in electric vehicles.
But many of the companies that are working on the plan are owned by the government, and their operations are heavily regulated.
In fact, there is no central authority that oversees electric vehicle leasing and operations.
The plan’s backers hope that by bringing together all stakeholders, the plan will become a catalyst for electric vehicle adoption in the city.
In addition to the PA AA, the Philippines also has the Philippine Auto Dealers Association, which is tasked with managing the local auto dealerships and the fleets that they control.
The association is also part of the Association of State Automobile Dealers (ASAD), which was created in 2012 to coordinate local car dealer networks.
While electric vehicles are popular in the United States, the market is very small in the Philippine market.
The nation has just a few thousand EVs on the market, according to data from the International Union of Automobile Manufacturers.
The Philippines is home to about 12 percent of the global market for electric vehicles; only six other countries have a higher share.
But the country’s electric vehicle market is poised to grow in the future.
By 2025, there will be more than 8.6 million electric vehicles on the roads, according a report by the Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines (EVAAP).
The EVAAP estimates that by 2030, there could be over 3.5 million electric cars on Philippine roads.
The organization is currently working on a report that will help governments and automakers better understand the market and how to develop solutions to its challenges.