If you’re an avid buff of statistical data from consumer surveys such as the Malaysia Initial Quality Study (IQS), Customer Service Index (CSI) and Sales Satisfaction Index (SSI) published annually by J.D. Power, well, here’s some bad news – you won’t be seeing future editions of these beyond 2020.

That’s because the automotive industry market research firm is set to leave the ASEAN market entirely, along with India, Taiwan and Australia. The move – announced in a letter to clients – is part of a restructuring being carried out by investment company Thoma Bravo, the new owner of J.D. Power, GoAutoNews reports.

The syndicated surveys carried out by the company, of which the detailed results are then sold to interested parties, are due to come to an end in these markets by the middle of next year. Markets it is covering in the ASEAN region include Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines and Vietnam.

The firm said it will close its Australian office at the end of this year and its Bangkok and Singapore offices in the second quarter of 2020, once current client projects are completed. All new consulting projects will be transferred to its offices in the United States, Tokyo, Beijing and Shanghai.

In Asia, the company will now focus on China and Japan, but said it will consider undertaking research in the markets it is leaving for a specific client, providing it is profitable to do so.