Vietnam is the 12th largest exporter of electronics in the world and the third largest in ASEAN, yet 95% of exports come from foreign-invested enterprises. Vietnam is gradually becoming a factory producing and assembling components for electronic products of many major brands in the world such as Samsung, LG, Canon, Toshiba. Currently, Vietnam’s electronic components industry is still very young and only in processing and assembling activities so the value added is very low, only 5-10% based mainly on the cheap labor advantage. However, this advantage is gradually lost due to the impact of the Industrial Revolution 4.0 with about 75% of Vietnam’s electronics workers doing repetitive jobs (mainly in machining, assembly works) that does not require high skill level might be replaced by machines in the future.

The consumption value of Vietnam’s electronic components industry grew at a CAGR of 37.7% in the period 2010 – 2017 due to the increasing demand of electronic components of multinational electronics corporations at Vietnam as Samsung, LG, Nokia … In addition, the improvement in per capita incomes is having a significant impact on total household spending, especially on household appliances and electronics. Thus, the domestic market has a huge growth potential for electronic enterprises, thereby boosting electronic production, which is the driving force for the electronics manufacturing industry.

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Executive summary
1. Business environment
1.1. Macroeconomic situation
1.2. Legal framework
1.3. Impact of free trade agreements
2. Industry overview
2.1. Global market
2.1.1. Definition and classification
2.1.2. The process of manufacturing electronic components
2.1.3. Network model of production in the electronics industry
2.1.4. Methods of producing electronic components
2.1.5. Production and consumption
2.1.6. Imports and exports
2.1.7. Situation of production and consumption in some typical countries
2.1.8. Leading companies in the industry
2.2. Vietnam market
2.2.1. History of industry establishment and development
2.2.2. Value chains in electronics industry
2.2.3. Production technology
2.2.4. Input materials
2.2.5. Production
2.2.6. Consumption
2.2.7. Import and export
2.2.8. Analysis of business activities by regions
2.3. Industry risks
2.4. Industry development planning
2.5. Outlook and forecasts
2.5.1. Driving forces for industry development
2.5.2. Forecasting industry outlook
3. Enterprise analysis
3.1. Introduction of enterprises
3.2. Financial analysis
4. Appendix of financial statement

Abbreviations
Executive summary
1. Business environment
1.1. Macroeconomic situation
1.2. Legal framework
1.3. Impact of free trade agreement
2. Industry overview
2.1. Global market
2.1.1. Definition and classification
2.1.2. The process of manufacturing electronic components
2.1.3. Network model of production in the electronics industry
2.1.4. Methods of producing electronic components
2.1.5. Production and consumption
2.1.6. Imports and exports
2.1.7. Situation of production and consumption in some typical countries
2.1.8. Leading companies in the industry
2.2. Vietnam market
2.2.1. History of industry establishment and development
2.2.2. Value chains in electronics industry
2.2.3. Production technology
2.2.4. Input materials
2.2.5. Production
2.2.6. Consumption
2.2.7. Import and export
2.2.8. Analysis of business activities by regions
2.3. Industry risks
2.4. Industry development planning
2.5. Outlook and forecasts
2.5.1. Driving forces for industry development
2.5.2. Forecasting industry outlook
3. Enterprise analysis
3.1. Introduction of enterprises
3.2. Financial analysis
4. Appendix of financial statement

– WINTEK Vietnam .,Ltd

– Intel Products Vietnam Co.,Ltd

– Dreamtech Vietnam co., Ltd

– HOSIDEN Viet Nam., Ltd

– Flexcom Vietnam Co., Ltd

– Haesung Vina Co., Ltd

– Hanoi Doosung Tech .,Ltd

– Estec Vietnam Co., Ltd