VIETNAM AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY

The automobile industry in Vietnam is mostly stopped at simple assembly. The localization rate is about 10%. Decree 116/2017 / ND-CP on automobile assembly, production and business has been promulgated by the Government to create new opportunities for the development of automobile production activities in Vietnam. South, instead of the front of imported cars.

 

In the first six months of 2018, the total number of cars produced and assembled nationwide reached 133.83 thousand units, up slightly 2.8% over the same period in 2017. According to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association, in the first 6 months of 2018, the whole Vietnam automobile market achieved sales of xxx.xx thousand vehicles (including passenger cars, trucks, passenger cars / buses and some other vehicles), down 2% over the same period last year. In June, Domestic vehicle sales were xx,xxx units, down 1% from the previous month and x,xxx units imported vehicles, down 24% from the previous month. By the end of June, sales of assembled vehicles increased by 10% while car imports fell 49% over the same period in 2017.

 

In the first half of 2018, Truong Hai continued to hold the largest market share with 41% of total vehicle sales in the market. With a growth rate of 10-15% for the 2016-2020 period, the automobile industry will continue to grow strongly for smaller vehicles under 9 seats, while truckloads will slow down due to the balance need.

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Executive summary
1. Business environment
1.1 Macroeconomics
1.2 Legal barrier
1.3 Impact of free trade agreements
2. Industry overview
2.1 World automobile market
2.1.1 Spare parts
2.1.2 Production
2.1.3 Consumption
2.1.4 Import – export
2.1.5 Top typical countries
2.1.6 Top typical brands
2.2 Vietnam automobile market
2.2.1 Scale and characteristics
2.2.2 Industry value chain
2.2.3 Industry position
2.2.4 Spare parts
2.2.5 Production
2.2.6 Consumption
2.2.7 Import
2.2.8 Automobile prices
2.2.9 Distribution system
3. Risks and Challenges
4. Driving forces
5. Planning and forecast
6. Enterprises

Truong Hai Auto
Toyota
Lexus
Ford
GM
Honda
Mercedes – Benz
Isuzu
Hino Motor

List of figures
Figure 1: Monthly CPI fluctuations, 2015 – 6/2018
Figure 2: GDP growth by Quarters, 2015 – Q2/2018
Figure 3: Consumer Confidence Index, 2014-Q1 / 2018
Figure 4: GDP per capita, 2013 – 2017
Figure 5: Lending interest rate and mobilizing interest rate, 2012-2017
Figure 6: VND/USD exchange rate, 2013-6/2018
Figure 7: Level of urbanization, 2010 – 2017
Figure 8: Disposable income and household expenditures, 2008 – 2017f
Figure 9: Import of world car components, 2010 – 2017e
Figure 10: Production of cars in the world, 2010 – 2017
Figure 11: Structure of world production by vehicle, 2017
Figure 12: Production structure by region, 2016 – 2017
Figure 13: Top 10 World’s best-selling cars, 2017
Figure 14: World car consumption by type, 2010 – 2017
Figure 15: Consumption of car in the world, 2013 – 2017
Figure 16: Car consumption of ASEAN Automotive Federation members (AAF), 2017
Figure 17: The number of vehicles used in the world, 2010 – 2015e
Figure 18: Structure of vehicle usage by area, 2015
Figure 19: Exporting cars in the world, 2010 – 2017e
Figure 20: Structure of automobile exports by country, 2017e
Figure 21: Import structure of cars by country, 2017e
Figure 22: Top 10 leading producers in the world, 2016
Figure 23: Top ten world’s most-priced cars published by Brand Finance, 2017
Figure 24: Number of businesses, 2010-2016
Figure 25: Number of employees, 2010-2016
Figure 26: Turnover of automobile manufacturing and assembly, 2010 – 2016
Figure 27: Turnover of automobile wholesaling and retailing, 2010 – 2016
Figure 28: Vehicle consumption structure by business, 6M/2018
Figure 29: Import of car accessories, 2010 – 6M/2018
Figure 30: Localization rate of some countries in the region, 2017
Figure 31: Import of auomobile spare parts by countries, 2016-6M/2018
Figure 32: Import structure of automobile spare parts,6/2018
Figure 33: Production output of THACO, 2010 – 2016
Figure 34: Production and assembly of automobiles in Vietnam, 2010 – 6M/2018
Figure 35: Production, assembly structure by vehicle type, 2010 – 6M/2018
Figure 36: Traffic panorama of Vietnam, 2016
Figure 37: General automobile consumption in Vietnam, 2006-6M/2018
Figure 38: Consumption of cars by vehicle type, 2016 – 6/2018
Figure 39: Consumption output by car origin, 2016 – 6/2018
Figure 40: Trends in automobile industry development in some Southeast Asian countries, 2011 – 2016
Figure 41: Proportion of car ownership below 9 seats in some countries in region, 2017
Figure 42: Number of cars per 100 households by urban and rural areas, 2004 – 2016e
Figure 43: Consumption structure of VAMA members by region , 2015-2017
Figure 44: Consumption vehicles of VAMA members by region, 2017
Figure 45: Vehicle consumption structure by business, 6M/2018
Figure 46: Vehicle consumption structure by business, 6M/2018
Figure 47: Import of automobiles in complete units, 2011-6/2018
Figure 48: Importing cars by country, 2015-2017
Figure 49: Automobile prices comparing Vietnam with other countries, 2017
Figure 50: Price of vehicle according to the cost structure of the consumer must bear
Figure 51: Price movements of some major vehicles, 6/2014 – 6/2018
Figure 52: VND/CNY exchange rate, 2013-6/2018
Figure 53: World crude oil, 2011 – 6/2018
Figure 54: Structure by source of CO2 emission to the environment
Figure 55: Population pyramid, 2016
Figure 56: Outstanding consumer loans, 2012 – 2016
Figure 57: Forecast of car consumption in Vietnam, 2016 – 2020f

List of tables
Table 1: Roadmap to apply special consumption tax on cars
Table 2: Roadmap for WTO tariff reductions for complete cars and auto parts imports
Table 3: Import structure of automobile components and accessories, 2017e
Table 4: Export structure of automobile components and accessories, 2017e
Table 5: Top the largest automobile consumption countries by volume, 2017
Table 6: Competitive Analysis between Truong Hai and Toyota Vietnam by the end of September 6/2018
Table 7: Excise tax of car segment, 2018
Table 8: Imported car prices from ASEAN before 1/1/2018, assuming an original price of 100
Table 9: Imported car prices from ASEAN after 1/1/2018, assuming an original price of 100
Table 10: Estimated vehicle output and growth rate of the year
Table 11: Expected volume of domestic assembled vehicles compared to total domestic demand (%)
Table 12: Expected to export complete vehicles and spare parts
Table 13: Rate of localization by value over years