Rubber trees are grown mainly in Southeast Asia, Africa and a small part of America. Five countries Thailand, Indonesia, China, Malaysia and Vietnam are currently seen as the largest plantation areas in the world. The period 2014-2016 saw a year-on-year 0,6% decrease in world natural rubber supply but a 3,2% increase in demand. In 2016, world natural rubber supply was estimated at 11,969 million tons while the natural rubber of ANRPC going down 2,5% comparing to 2015. Between 2010 and 2016, Share of output of natural rubber accounts for 44-46% of global rubber production and saw little fluctuation. Asia is the leading area of natural rubber supply. Specifically, Thailand has been seen as the largest natural rubber manufacturer and exporter in the world since 1991.

In 2017, the main products of Vietnam’s rubber industry are mainly natural rubber and most of the exploited output was used for export. Natural rubber consumption is low, only 20% of total natural rubber production in the country. Domestic rubber output is mainly supplied to the tire processing industry for heavy vehicles, motorcycles and bicycles and latex products (gloves, mattresses). Exports still account for a large proportion in the total output of natural rubber extraction and imports, the rest are serving the needs of domestic consumption. Currently, Vietnam is in the top 3 country in the world to export natural rubber, just after Thailand and Indonesia, with about 7.5% of global rubber export turnover. However, Vietnam still imports a large quantity of rubber annually due to the fact that the quality of rubber processed is not qualified although the output of latex production in the country is not reduced, the abundance of goods and the demand of temporary import for re-export increased.

According to Association of Natural Rubber Production, Vietnam is seen as leading country about production capacity in Asia since 2013, surpassing India, Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia (about 1.7 tons/hectare/year since 2009). In 2016, though Vietnam confronted the challenges in low price, production capacity still showed a sharp upturn.

1. Business environment
1.1. Macroeconomic situation
1.2. Legal framework
2. World natural rubber industry
2.1. Definition
2.2. Value chain of production
2.3. Production technology and machinery
2.4. Production
2.5. Consumption
3. Vietnam natural rubber industry
3.1. History of formation and development
3.2. Production
3.3. Consumption
3.4. Import – Export
3.5. Price movement
4. Risk analysis
4.1. SWOT analysis
5. Industrial development planning
5.1. Natural rubber industry planning
5.2. Natural rubber production planning
6. Driving forces, outlook and forecasts
6.1. Driving forces
6.2. Outlook
7. Enterprise analysis
7.1. Enterprise introduction
7.2. Financial analysis


Dau Tieng Rubber Corporation
Phuoc Hoa Rubber Joint Stock Company
Phu Rieng Rubber Company Limited
Dongil Rubber Belt Company Limited Vietnam (DRB)
VRG Khai Hoan Joint Stock Company
Dong Nai Rubber Corporation (Donaruco)
Dong Phu Rubber Joint Stock Company
Vietnam NOK Company Limited
Vietnam – Italia Company Limited
Binh Duong Investment and Trade Joint Stock Company (Becamex ITC)