Rubber trees are grown mainly in Southeast Asia, Africa and a small part of the Americas. Thailand, Indonesia, China, Malaysia and Vietnam are 5 countries having the largest cultivated area in the world. In 2017, natural rubber consumption in the world has continued to grow since the end of 2016. In the past few years, China and India have always been the two largest natural rubber consumers in the world. After rising to record prices in Q1/2017, rubber prices continued to decline sharply in the Singapore market but slightly increased in the European market. According to the Report of the Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries (ANRPC), Vietnam has been the leading rubber producing country in Asia since 2013. The main products of Vietnam’s rubber industry are natural rubber, and most of the exploited output is used for export, the volume of natural rubber consumed domestically is low. Natural rubber in Vietnam is mainly used for the production of tires, gloves, pillow cushions, etc. Currently, Vietnam is ranked third in export of rubber in the world. The price of rubber raw materials in the country decreased in March 2018 along with the trend of the world rubber market. 

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Executive summary
1. Business environment
1.1 Macroeconomic situation
1.2 Legal framework
1.3 Free trade agreements
2. World natural rubber industry
2.1 Definition
2.2 Production value chain
2.3 Production technology and machinery
2.4 Production
2.5  Consumption
2.6 Import export
2.7 Price movements of natural rubber
2.8 Some major countries in the industry
2.9 Some major companies in the industry
3. Vietnam natural rubber industry
3.1 History of formation and development of the industry
3.2 Production technology and machinery
3.3 Production
3.4 Consumption
3.5 Import export
3.6 Price movements of natural rubber
4. Risk analysis
4.1 Industry risks
4.2 SWOT analysis
5. Industry development planning
5.1 Natural rubber industry development planning
5.2 Planning for production of rubber products
6. Sector driving forces, prospects and forecasts
6.1 Driving forces of the industry
6.2 Outlook of the industry
6.3 Forecast
7. Enterprise analysis
7.1 Enterprise introduction
7.2 Financial analysis
 Appendix of financial statements

Dau Tieng Rubber Corporation
Phuoc Hoa Rubber Joint Stock Company
Phu Rieng Rubber Company Limited
Dong Nai Rubber Corporation
Dong Phu Rubber Joint Stock Company
Dongil Rubber Belt Company Limited Vietnam
VRG Khai Hoan Joint Stock Company
Vietnam NOK Company Limited
Vietnam – Italia Company Limited
Binh Duong Investment And Trade Joint Stock Company

List of figures:
Figure  1: GDP growth rate by quarter, 2015 – Q1/2018
Figure  2: Structure of GDP at current prices, Q1/2018e
Figure  3: Export structure of agricultural products of Vietnam, Q1/2018
Figure  4: Share of rubber in import export turnover of agricultural, forestry and fishery products, 2010 – Q1/2018
Figure  5: VND/USD exchange rate, 2013-3/2018
Figure  6: VND/CNY exchange rate, 2016 – 3/2018
Figure  7: World crude oil price, 2011 – 3/2018
Figure  8: Top 5 countries with the largest rubber plantation area, 2011 – 2016e
Figure  9: Rubber yield of six major producing countries in Asia, 2017
Figure  10: Top countries with the largest natural rubber harvest area in the world, 2016e
Figure  11: Production volume of natural rubber in the world, 2010 – 2017
Figure  12: Structure of world rubber production, 2010 – 2017e
Figure  13: World Natural Rubber Production Volume by Region, 2014 – 2017e
Figure  14: Top countries with the largest natural rubber production volume in the world, 2012 – 2017e
Figure  15: Consumption volume of natural rubber in the world, 2010 – 2017
Figure  16: Global demand for rubber, 2011 – 2017
Figure  17: Share of world natural rubber consumption by region,  2014 – 2017
Figure  18: Structure of natural rubber consumption by region, 2017
Figure  19: Structure of using natural rubber, 2016e
Figure  20: Export value and volume of natural rubber in the world, 2010 – 2017e
Figure  21: Top the largest natural rubber exporting countries by value, 2017
Figure  22: Export structure of natural resources by area, 2017e
Figure  23: Structure of export value of natural rubber by region, 2017e
Figure  24: Export value of all types of natural rubber, 2012 – 2016e
Figure  25: Structure of natural rubber export, 2016e
Figure  26: Import value and volume of natural rubber in the world, 2010 – 2017
Figure  27: Top largest importers of natural rubber in the world, 2017
Figure  28: Top 10 natural rubber export partners of China by value, 2017
Figure  29: Import value structure of world natural rubber by region, 2016e
Figure  30: Import volume structure of natural rubber by region, 2016e
Figure  31: Structure import of natural rubber by volume, 2016e
Figure  32: Import structure of Technically Specified Rubber blocks by output, 2016e
Figure  33: Structure of latex import by volume, 2016e
Figure  34: Price movements of natural rubber in the world, Q1/2015-Q4/2017
Figure  35: Thailand’s major export markets for rubber, 2017e
Figure  36: Rubber export structure of Thailand, 2017e
Figure  37: Export structure of natural rubber products of Malaysia, 2017e
Figure  38: Malaysia’s main export markets for rubber, 2017e
Figure  39: Import volume of natural rubber in China, 2011 – 2016e
Figure  40: Tire market share in the world, 2016
Figure  41: Import of rubber and plastic processing machinery in Vietnam,2011 – 2016e
Figure  42: Structure of import market of rubber and plastic processing machinery, 2016e
Figure  43: Rubber plantation area in Vietnam, 2010 – 2017e
Figure  44: Rubber plantation area by region, 2016
Figure  45: Number of enterprises and employees planting rubber, 2010 – 2016
Figure  46: The total revenue and profit of the rubber plantation, 2010 – 2016
Figure  47: Distribution of rubber plantation enterprises by region, 2010 – 2016
Figure  48: Number of enterprises and laborers in production of rubber products, 2010 – 2016
Figure  49: Distribution of Rubber products producing companies, 2016
Figure  50: Structure of rubber plantation area, 2016
Figure  51: Production and productivity of natural rubber production in Vietnam, 2011 – 2017e
Figure  52: Rubber production structure of VRG, 2016
Figure  53: Rubber density of VRG, 2017e
Figure  54: Consumption of natural rubber in Vietnam, 2010 – 2017e
Figure  55: Share of natural rubber consumption by supply, 2010 – 2017e
Figure  56: Domestically manufactured rubber products, 2010 – 2017e
Figure  57: Structure of natural rubber consumption, 2016e
Figure  58: Export value of Vietnam tires, 2011 – 2016e
Figure  59: Types of export tires of Vietnam, 2016e
Figure  60: Vietnam’s export tire market, 2016e
Figure  61: Natural rubber export of Vietnam, 2010 – Q1/2018
Figure  62: Export structure of rubber industry, 2016
Figure  63: Vietnam’s natural rubber export markets, Q1/2018
Figure  64: Structure of exported natural rubber by category, Q1/2018
Figure  65: Exports of products made of rubber, 2010 – Q1/2018
Figure  66: Export Market of rubber products, Q1/2018
Figure  67: Export structure of products made of rubber, 2017e
Figure  68: Import of natural rubber of Vietnam, 2010 – Q1/2018
Figure  69: Vietnam’s natural rubber import markets, Q1/2018
Figure  70: Import of products made of rubber, 2010 – 2017
Figure  71: Importers of products made of rubber, Q1/2018
Figure  72: Export price movement of natural rubber of Vietnam, 2006 – Q1/2018
Figure  73: Rubber price movement in the country, 1/2016-3/2018
Figure  74: Correlation between crude oil price and rubber price, 4/2012 – 3/2018
Figure  75: Forecast for global natural rubber supply, 2017- 2023
Figure  76: Forecast for output of natural rubber exploitation, 2015 – 2020f
Figure  77: Net revenue growth rate, 2015-2016
Figure  78: Gross profit growth rate, 2015-2016
Figure  79: Gross profit margin, 2015-2016
Figure  80: Quick payment ratio, 2015-2016
Figure  81: Current payment ratio, 2015-2016
Figure  82: Receivables turnover ratio, 2015-2016
Figure  83: Inventory Turnover Ratio, 2015-2016
Figure  84: Total Debt/Total Assets, 2015-2016
Figure  85: Total Debt/Owners’ equity, 2015-2016
Figure  86: Total asset turnover, 2015-2016
Figure  87: Fixed asset turnover, 2015-2016
Figure  88: Financial expenses, 2016
Figure  89: Profit margin, 2016
List of tables:
Table  1: Import tariff of natural rubber in China, 2017
Table  2: Import tariff of natural rubber
Table  3: Structure of the main participants of Vietnam rubber industry
Table  4: Small rubber plantation area of some provinces
Table  5: Production indicators of some natural rubber companies, 2016
Table  6: Top 10 leading exporters of tires, 2016e
Table  7: Top 20 natural rubber exporting enterprises in the first 3 months by export value
Table  8: Forecasted demand for tires in Vietnam, 2013 – 2018F
Table  9: Top enterprises in the natural rubber industry having largest revenue in 2016