Analysis and forecast of natural rubber markets in Vietnam,

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The export value of processed rubber products in 2020 was approximately USD 3.11 billion, or 39.6% of the total value. The value of rubberwood exports was $2.36 billion, or 30.1%. China has become the biggest market for Vietnam’s rubber exports, accounting for more than half of the country’s rubber exports. By 2021, Vietnam’s rubber export value had reached $3.43 billion.

According to this analysis, Vietnamese rubber enterprises are expanding their sales markets and improving the production of the Vietnamese rubber industry. Due to the wide range of downstream uses of natural rubber and the huge global demand, there are many investment opportunities in the cultivation and trade of natural rubber. The analyst expects Vietnam’s natural rubber exports to continue growing in 2022-2031.

In terms of cultivation environment, Vietnam has natural advantages in planting rubber trees due to its unique geographical conditions. In 2021, Vietnam’s national rubber planting area is about 1 million hectares, and its planting areas are mainly concentrated in the southeast and central highlands, of which the largest planting area in the southeast is about 572,000 hectares, or 58.3% of the national planting area.

In Vietnam, small rubber farms have become one of the most important parts of the rubber industry, according to analyst analysis. Especially in the production of natural rubber, the supply of small rubber farms accounts for more than 60% of the total production.

Vietnam’s natural rubber export volume is huge and ranks third in the world. In the total export volume of Vietnamese agricultural products, the export volume of natural rubber is second only to foodstuffs, and natural rubber is one of the main agricultural products exported by Vietnam. Vietnam’s main natural rubber export markets are China, India and South Korea, among which China occupies the largest proportion. In 2021, Vietnam exported about 1.52 million tons of rubber to China, accounting for about 71% of the total export volume.

In addition, the natural rubber industry in Vietnam is characterized by the fact that the production of natural rubber in Vietnam is lower than the export volume. In 2021, its natural rubber production was only 1.23 million tons, which is 0.9 million tons less than the export volume.

Indeed, Vietnamese companies are actively planting rubber trees not only in their own territory, but also in neighboring countries such as Cambodia and Laos respectively, which are harvested and transported to Vietnam for preliminary processing before export. The production of natural rubber outside of Vietnam is not included in the annual production of Vietnam itself, thus causing this unique phenomenon.

Topics Covered:

  • Overview of Vietnam’s natural rubber industry
  • Economic and Political Environment of Vietnam’s Natural Rubber Industry
  • What is the impact of COVID-19 on the natural rubber industry in Vietnam?
  • Natural rubber market size in Vietnam, 2016-2021
  • Vietnam Natural Rubber Import and Export Analysis
  • Analysis of major Vietnamese natural rubber planting and processing companies
  • Key Drivers and Market Opportunities in Vietnam Natural Rubber Industry
  • What are the main drivers, challenges and opportunities for Vietnam’s natural rubber industry between 2022 and 2031?
  • What is the expected revenue of the Vietnam natural rubber market during the period 2022-2031?
  • Which segment of the Vietnam natural rubber market is expected to dominate the market in 2031?
  • What are the major adverse factors facing the natural rubber industry in Vietnam?
  • Vietnam natural rubber market forecast, 2022-2031

Main topics covered:

1 Overview of Vietnam
1.1 Geographical location
1.2 Demographic structure of Vietnam
1.3 Economy of Vietnam
1.4 Minimum wage in Vietnam, 2011-2021
1.5 Impact of COVID-19 on Vietnam Natural Rubber Industry

2 Development environment of natural rubber industry in Vietnam
2.1 Brief history of natural rubbers in Vietnam
2.2 Types of natural rubbers in Vietnam
2.3 Political environment of Vietnam’s natural rubber industry

3 Supply and Demand Situation of Vietnam Natural Rubber Industry
3.1 Supply Status
3.2 Application status

4 Import and export status of Vietnam natural rubber industry
4.1 Import Status
4.1.1 Import Volume and Import Value
4.1.2 Main import sources
4.2 Export Status
4.2.1 Export volume and export value
4.2.2 Main export destinations

5 Vietnam natural rubber industry market competition
5.1 Barriers to Entry in Vietnam’s Natural Rubber Industry
5.1.1 Brand barriers
5.1.2 Barriers to quality
5.1.3 Capital barriers
5.2 Competition Structure of Vietnam Natural Rubber Industry
5.2.1 Bargaining power of natural rubber suppliers
5.2.2 Bargaining power of consumers
5.2.3 Competition in Vietnam’s natural rubber industry
5.2.4 Potential Entrants in the Natural Rubber Industry
5.2.5 Alternatives to natural rubbers

6 Vietnam Natural Rubber Key Company Analysis
6.1 Vietnam Rubber Industry Group
6.1.1 Vietnam Rubber Industry Group Development History
6.1.2 Major Products of Vietnam Rubber Industry Group
6.1.3 Vietnam Rubber Industry Group Business Model
6.2 Truc Quan Joint Stock Company
6.3 Nam Hai Roller Company Limited
6.4 75 Rubber One Member Limited Liability Company
6.5 Ha Thanh Industrial Company Limited
6.6 A.67 Limited Liability Company
6.7 Hung Phuoc Loi Company Limited
6.8 Phuong Vien Trading – Plastic Rubber Production Factory
6.9 Rubber Rolls Viet Roll Co., Ltd
6.10 Cao Su Viet Company Limited

7 Outlook for Vietnam Natural Rubber Industry, 2022-2031
7.1 Vietnam Natural Rubber Industry Development Factor Analysis
7.1.1 Development Drivers and Opportunities for Vietnam Natural Rubber Industry
7.1.2 Threats and Challenges for Vietnam Natural Rubber Industry
7.2 Vietnam Natural Rubber Industry Supply Forecast
7.3 Vietnam Natural Rubber Market Demand Forecast
7.4 Vietnam Natural Rubber Import and Export Forecast

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