Rubber trees are grown mainly in Southeast Asian countries, Africa and a small part in the Americas. 5 countries Thailand, Indonesia, China, Malaysia and Vietnam currently have the largest planting area in the world. Output and export value of natural rubber decreased slightly in 2019 due to rising inventories. Forecasting in 2020, the consumption of natural rubber will decrease further due to the impact of Covid-19 epidemic.

 

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Executive Summary
1. Business environment
1.1 Macroeconomic situation
1.2 Legal framework
2. World coffee market
2.1 Production
2.2 Consumption
3. Vietnam coffee market
3.1 Classification
3.2 Production process and technology
3.3 Production
3.4 Consumption
3.5 Export and Import
3.6 Inventory
4. Planning
5. Bussiness Analysis
Appendix

 

Intimex Group Joint Stock Company
Olam Vietnam Company Limited
Nestlé Viet Nam Company Limited
Phuc Sinh Joint Stock Company
2-9 Dak Lak Import Export One Member Co., Ltd
Joint Stock Company – Tin Nghia Corporation
Trung Nguyen Group Joint Stock Company
Trung Nguyen Group Joint Stock Company
Vinh Hiep Co., Ltd
Minh Tien Coffee Import Export Co., Ltd
List of figures:
Figure 1: GDP growth rate by quarter, 2016 – Q1/2020
Figure 2: GDP structure at current prices, 2019
Figure 3: Production value of agriculture, forestry and fishery in the first 6 months (at compared price to 2010), Q1/2017-Q1/2020
Figure 4: VND/USD exchange rate, 2013 – 3/2020
Figure 5: USD/CNY exchange rate, 2016 – 3/2020
Figure 6: Vietnam export value of some major agricultural products, Q1/2020
Figure 7: Top 5 countries with the largest rubber plantation area, 2011 – 2018
Figure 8: Rubber yield of six major producing countries in Asia, 2018
Figure 9: Production volume of natural rubber in the world, 2010 – 2019f
Figure 10: Structure of world rubber production by type, 2013 – 2019
Figure 11: World natural rubber production volume by region, 2014 – 2019
Figure 12: Top countries with the largest natural rubber production volume in the world, 2014 – 2019
Figure 13: World rubber consumption, 2013 – 2019
Figure 14: Proportion of natural rubber consumption in world rubber consumption, 2011 – 2019e
Figure 15: Global natural rubber consumption, 2010 – 2019
Figure 16: Share of world natural rubber consumption by region, 2019
Figure 17: Natural rubber consumption market structure by volume, 2019
Figure 18: Structure of using natural rubber, 2019
Figure 19: Global natural rubber export value and volume, 2013 – 2019
Figure 20: Top largest natural rubber exporters by value, 2019
Figure 21: Export value structure of natural rubber by region, 2019
Figure 22: Export value struture of natural rubber by type, 2019
Figure 23: Top largest natural rubber importers by value, 2019
Figure 24: Import value structure of natural rubber by region, 2019
Figure 25: Top 10 natural rubber export partners of China by value, 2019
Figure 26: Structure of TNR importers by volume, 2019
Figure 27: Structure of Latex importers by volume, 2019
Figure 28: Price movements of natural rubber in the world by TOCOM exchange, 2018 – 3/2019
Figure 29: Thailand’s major export markets of natural rubber, 2019
Figure 30: Structure of Thailand’s natural rubber export by type, 2019
Figure 31: Structure of Malaysia natural rubber export volume by type, 2019
Figure 32: Malaysia’s major export markets of natural rubber, 2019
Figure 33: China’s import volume of natural rubber by type, 2011 – 2019
Figure 34: Rubber plantation area in Vietnam, 2013 – 2019
Figure 35: Rubber plantation area by region, 2019
Figure 36: Top 10 provinces with the largest rubber plantation area in 2018
Figure 37: Top 10 provinces with the largest rubber tree production in 2018
Figure 38: Number of businesses and laborers planting rubber, 2010 – 2018
Figure 39: Total revenue and profit of the rubber plantation, 2010 – 2018
Figure 40: Number of enterprises and laborers in manufacturing rubber products, 2010 – 2018
Figure 41: Structure of rubber plantation area, 2018
Figure 42: Volume and productivity of natural rubber production in Vietnam, 2013 – 2019
Figure 43: Rubber production structure of VRG, 2019f
Figure 44: Rubber density of VRG, 2018e
Figure 45: Structure SVR 10, 20 products of VRG, 2018 – 2035f
Figure 46: Product structure of VRG, 2020f
Figure 47: Product structure of VRG, 2025f
Figure 48: Product structure of VRG, 2030f
Figure 49: Vietnam natural rubber consumption, 2013 – Q1/2020
Figure 50: Share of natural rubber consumption by supply, 2013 – 2019
Figure 51: Domestic manufacturing volume of rubber products, 2013 – Q1/2020
Figure 52: Structure of natural rubber consumption, 2019
Figure 53: Natural rubber export of Vietnam, 2013 – Q1/2020
Figure 54: Export structure of the whole rubber industry, 2019
Figure 55: Vietnam’s natural rubber export markets by volume, Q1/2020
Figure 56: Structure of export natural rubber volume by type, Q1/2020
Figure 57: Exports of products made of rubber, 2013 – Q1/2020
Figure 58: Export Market structure of rubber products by value, Q1/2020
Figure 59: Vietnam tires export volume, 2013 – 2019
Figure 60: Structure of tires export volume by type, 2019
Figure 61: Market structure of tires export by value, 2019
Figure 62: Top 10 countries that export the largest natural rubber gloves, 2018
Figure 63: Export structure of natural rubber gloves by country, 2018
Figure 64: Import volume and value of natural rubber, 2013 – Q1/2020
Figure 65: Market structure of natural rubber import by volume, Q1/2020
Figure 67: Import value of rubber products, 2013 – Q1/2020
Figure 68: Market structure of rubber products import by value, Q1/2020
Figure 69: Export price movement of Vietnamese natural rubber, 2013 – 2019
Figure 70: Export price movement of natural rubber movement by type, Q1/2020
Figure 71: Correlation between crude oil price and rubber price, 2018 – Q1/2020
Figure 72: Forecast of global natural rubber output, 2013 – 2022f
Figure 73: Forecast of global natural rubber consumption, 2013 – 2022f
Figure 74: Forecast of Vietnam natural rubber output, 2013 – 2022f
 
List of tables:
Table 1: Import and export taxes applicable to the rubber industry
Table 2: Top 10 leading tire enterprises by brand value, 2019
Table 3: Structure of the main participants of Vietnam rubber industry
Table 4: Small rubber plantation area of some provinces, 2018e
Table 5: Distribution of rubber acreage of VRG, 2018e
Table 6: Production indicators of some natural rubber companies, 2018
Table 7: Top 20 natural rubber exporting enterprises by export value, 2019
Table 8: Top 10 companies in terms of export turnover of natural rubber gloves, 2018
Table 9: Forecasted demand for tires in Vietnam, 2013 – 2018e
Table 10: Top enterprises in the natural rubber industry having largest revenue in 2019