VIETNAM STEEL INDUSTRY
Steel industry is the important heavy in the industrialized world; therefore, the fluctuations in the industry will directly affect the field of industrial production and impact on the economic growth. Steel industry in 2017 recovered strongly after 2 years of continuous decline. Global steel production is estimated at 1,674 million tons, up 5.5% from 2016. Asia is currently the world’s main steelmaker, accounting for 69% of total steel output in 2017. China has grown steadily, surpassing India as the third largest steel producer in the world. 

It is forecast that demand for steel in 2018 will grow 1.6% to reach 1,648.1 million tons. The strongest growth comes from developing regions, especially Asia. In the first 9 months of 2018, Vietnam steel market still had positive growth compared to the same period last year. Production and consumption of all products have positive growth. Generally for the first 9 months of 2018, total production of steel production reached 17.84 million tons, an increase of 15.65% compared to the same period last year. In the first 9 months of 2018, total steel consumption reached 16.15 million tons, an increase of nearly 25% compared to the first 9 months of 2017. Of which, construction steel consumption reached 7.39 million tons (up 9.99%), steel pipes reached 1,776 million tons (up 10.32%), galvanized steel reached 2.849 million tons (up 10.44%).

Vietnam steel industry is always in a state of imbalance, excess of crude steel but lack of other steel products due to many product lines in the country are not able to produce, such as steel billets, hot rolled coil sheets, shape steel, steel plate, etc. The domestic machinery and technology are only medium compared to the world, mostly using machinery and technology discharged from China, leading to large energy consumption, low technology and high production cost, resulting to hardly compete with cheap imported steel from China. In 2018, iron and steel prices are forecast not to increase as demand in some regional markets such as China is likely to decline, while domestic demand will not increase.

It is forecast that steel consumption growth in 2018 is about 22% to 23.1 million tons. In which, construction steel will increase by 10%, hot rolled coil 154%, cold rolled coil steel sheet 5%, steel pipe 15%, gold plating and color coating 12%. Accordingly, the output of construction steel reached about 10.04 million tons, steel pipes reached 2.53 million tons and galvanized steel reached about 3.92 million tons. 

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Executive summary
I. Business environment
1. Macroeconomic context
2. Legal framework
3. Trade agreements
II. Global market
1. Definition and classification
2. Manufacture process
3. Manufacture technology
4. Materials
5. Production
6. Consumption
7. Import – export
8. Current situation in typical country
9. Current situation in region
10. Big companies in industry
III. Vietnam market
1. History of establishment and development
2. Value chain
3. Manufacture technology
4. Input material
5. Scale
6. Construction steel
7. Steel tupe
8. Galvanised
9. Import – export
10. Inventory
11. Distribution system
12. Competitiveness analysis
IV. Risk annalysis
1. Risk
2. SWOT analysis
V. Plan and Forecast
1. Plan of industry development
2. Global market forecast
3. Vietnam market forecast
VI. Enterprise analysis
1. Enterprise introduction
2. Financial analysis
VII. Appendix of Financial Statement

Hoa Phat Joint Stock Company
 Hoa Sen Group
 Nam Kim Steel Joint Stock Company
 Pomina Joint Stock Company
 DANA Iron and Steel Joint Stock Company
 Thai Nguyen Iron and Steel Company
 Vietnam Steel Corporation
 Viet – German Steel Joint Stock Company
 VISCO Steel company

Figure 1: Growth rate of GDP by quater, 2015 – Q3/2018
Figure 2: Rate of urbanization in Vietnam, 2012 – 2017
Figure 3: Top import goods from China  9T/2018
Figure 4: CNY/VND exchange rate, 2016-9T/2018
Figure 5: VND/USD exchange rate, 2013-9T/2018
Figure 6: Average interest rate, 2012- 9T/2018
Figure 7: Coal price fluctuation, 2013 – 9T/2018
Figure 8: Average electricity price, 7/2007 – 6/2018
Figure 9: Coal output of producing and exporting, 2008 –9T/2017
Figure 10: Roadmap for the application of the official safeguard tax, 3/2016 – 3/2019
Figure 11: Global iron ore output 2012 – 2017
Figure 12: Iron ore exploition by country 2017
Figure 13: Global  export of iron steel 2014-2017f
Figure 14: Global price of Iron ore 2006 – 2017
Figure 15: Consumption of recycled steel in some areas 2016-2017
Figure 16: Global steel recovery rate by industry, 2015
Figure 17: Export and import of recycled steel by area 2017
Figure 18: Export and import of recycled steel in the world, 2011-2017
Figure 19: Production and consumption of coke, 2012 – 2016e
Figure 20: Top countries import  coke in the world 2016
Figure 21: Top countries export  coke in the world 2016
Figure 22: Global steel production, 2011-6T/2018
Figure 23: Structure of global steel production, 2006 – 2017
Figure 24: Steel production by usage, 2015
Figure 25: Structure of steel production by methods 2017
Figure 26: Consumption output of steel in some areas 2011-2017
Figure 27: Consumption of steel in area in  2017
Figure 28: Average consumption per capita 2017
Figure 29: Global steel export, 2011-2017
Figure 30: Balance trade of steel in the area 2016-2017
Figure 31: Top 10 exporting country of steel in the world  2017
Figure 32: Top 10 exporting steel product , 2017
Figure 33: Top 10 importing country of steel in the world, 2017
Figure 34: Production and consumption of raw steel in China 2011 – 2017
Figure 35: Chinese steel export and import, 2001 – 2017
Figure 36: Production and consumption of steel in Japan 2011 – 2017
Figure 37: Steel consumption 2017e
Figure 38: Japanese steel Export and import  2011 – 2017
Figure 39: Indian steel product output, 2012 – T5/2017
Figure 40: Import and export of finished steel products in India 2012 – 5/2017
Figure 41: Production and consumption  of Korean steel, 2011-2017
Figure 42: Average consumption per capita in Korea, 2010 – 2017
Figure 43: Structure of major exports 2017
Figure 44: Structure of major imports 2017
Figure 45: Output and consumption  of raw steel in USA, 2011 – 2017
Figure 46: Structure of steel constructure by industry in USA2016
Figure 47: USA steel trade 2011- 9T/2017
Figure 48: Structure  of finished steel import, 11T/2017
Figure 49: Steel export and import in Asia, 2011-2017
Figure 50: Added value of global flat steel industry, 2015
Figure 51: Comparision of production cost between BOF and EAF
Figure 52: Structure production of raw steel by technology in Vietnam
Figure 53: Output of iron ore and pure iron ore, 2011 – 2017
Figure 54: Turnover and import output of iron ore, 2013 – 2017
Figure 55: Iron ore price fluctuation, 1/2015-9/2018
Figure 56: Structure of imported scrap steel by value, 6T/2018
Figure 57: Production and import of billets  2011 – 2016
Figure 58: Price movements of billets and scrap steel imported in 2016 – 6T/2018
Figure 59: Import HRC output 2015 – 2017
Figure 60: Estimate the production of HRC 2017 – 2022f
Figure 61: Heat  Rolled Steel Price  HRC 2017-2018
Figure 62: Number of enterprices and worker in steel industry , 2010 – 2016
Figure 63: Number of enterprice by  region, 2015
Figure 64: Vietnam raw steel output, 2007 – 9T/2018
Figure 65: Raw steel output by region 9T/2018
Figure 66: Consumption of steel product , 2009-9T/2018
Figure 67: Structure of consumption of steel product, 9T/2018
Figure 68: Construction steel output 2017 – 9T/2018
Figure 69: Consumption output of construction steel , 2011 – 9T/2018
Figure 70: Safeguard tax of construction steel , 2017 – 2021
Figure 71: Market share of construction steel in Vietnam 2010 – 2017
Figure 72: Steel price fluctuation , 2016-6T/2018
Figure 73: Production and consumption output of steel tube 2012 – 9T/2018
Figure 74: market share of steel tube production 6T/2018
Figure 75: Production and consumption output of galvanised 2012 – 9T/2018
Figure 76: Market share of galvanised 6T/2018
Figure 77: Imported steel output  2011-9T/2018
Figure 78: Structure of Imported steel by market 9T/2018
Figure 79: Turnover and import chinese steel 2016 – 9T/2018
Figure 80: Output and export turnover of iron and steel  2009 – 9T/2018
Figure 81: Structure of Vietnam’s steel export market in the first 9 months of 2018
Figure 82: Steel export from Vietnam to USA 2011 – 9T/2018
Figure 83: Structure of steel export from Vietnam to USA, 6T/2018
Figure 84: Forecast in global steel demand, 2018f
Figure 85: Heat rolled steel and iron ore price forecast 2016 – 2020f
Figure 86: Demand in Vietnam steel consumption forecast to 2020
Figure 87: Net revenue and growth 2016 – 2017
Figure 88: Gross profit and gross profit margin 2017
Figure 89: Cost of sale/net revenue  2016 -2017
Figure 90: Enterprise Cost Management /net revenue 2016 -2017
Figure 91: Fiancial cost/net revenue  2016 -2017
Figure 92: Structure of asset 2017
Figure 93: Structure of debt, 2017
Figure 94: Inventory turnerover , 2017
Figure 95: Day of Receivable turnover 2016 – 2017
Figure 96: Enterprice solvency capacity 2017
Figure 97: Profit after tax 2016 – 2017
Figure 98: Profitability on assets and equity , 2017

Table 1: Old anti-dumping tax and new anti-dumping tax
Table 2: Safeguard tax of some product
Table 3: Current anti-dumping tax
Table 4: Iron ore exploition by area 2012 – 2017
Table 5: Steel consumption growth rate by industry between regions 2014 – 2016 (%)
Table 6: Top 10 biggest steel production companies 2016 – 2017
Table 7: Using technology by enterprices
Table 8: Coal demand for steel production Vnsteel, 2017 – 2020
Table 9: Some steel projects are investing
Table 10: Market share of construction steel in Vietnam 6T/2018
Table 11: Enterprices introduction