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Vietnam Cement Market Report 2017

出版商 StoxPlus - Biinform 商品編碼 314705
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 112 Pages
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越南的水泥市場 Vietnam Cement Market Report 2017
出版日期: 2017年05月22日 內容資訊: 英文 112 Pages


第1章 越南的水泥部門分析

  • 趨勢
  • 需求分析
  • 競爭情形
  • 水泥價格
  • 產業的成果

第2章 水泥部門的發展趨勢

  • 產業整合

第3章 成本結構

  • 越南的水泥製造商成本結構
  • 地區比較

第4章 宏觀經濟

  • 越南的宏觀經濟
  • 法律規範



We are delighted to present Vietnam Cement Market Report 2017, our sixth issue on this sector. The first issue was released in 2012 which was, providing the first and most comprehensive report on this sector.Fast forward to this new edition of our report, StoxPlus provided an updated and comprehensive analysis on the industry.

What's new in this issue? Taking into account feedbacks from our clients, in addition to the comprehensive analysis of the market itself, we updated Vietnam Cement Market Report this year with the focus on analyzing end-users demands and domestic supply capacity together with highlights and price of cement in Vietnam. Information covered includes market size and potentiality, competition dynamics and profiles of major key end-users and major players.

Cement market in Vietnam has followed the upward trend since 2013, especially in domestic consumption: Of which, total consumption of cement market in Vietnam reached 76.9mn tons in 2016, grew 4.5% compared with 2015. However, the driver of the market only came from the domestic consumption meanwhile the export witnessed the negative growth recently.

Vietnam supply surplus is rising alarmingly: There are 93 cement facilities in Vietnam with total production capacity of 100.3 million tonnes of cement per annum. Of which, 60% of total number of existing plant has capacity less than 1 million tonnes per annum amongst 62 owners. As presenting the oversupply, cement industry experienced a low utilization rate of 60%. Vietnam is expected to face with continuous supply surplus before reaching the equilibrium in 2029 at 156 million tonnes of cement, in accordance to StoxPlus's forecast.

Vietnam cement industry enjoys robust construction growth in 2016: Most of the fields in the real estate industry were positive in 2016, and are expected to continue to grow in 2016, as the retail market continues to perform better, but the vacancy rate has remained at 10%-12%. The market is waiting for more quality office spaces, and now the luxury housing segment continues the popular segment. Big cities (Da Nang, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh) became construction hubs with thriving growth, creating great opportunities for building materials manufacturers, especially cement, concrete and aggregate.

Is this a good time for M&A in cement market in Vietnam? Despite the oversupply, foreign investors still eyed on cement industry. In the beginning of 2017, there were a wave of Thai investors putting heavy investment into market. Not surprisingly, cement market in Vietnam is still promising destination supported by sustainable demand including demand from construction growth and urbanization in big cities. The lack of infrastructure in terms of transportation such as roads, bridges, industrial pars is undeniable.

New government regulations on mining and exporting natural resource: Vietnam cement is facing the new tax export tariff - 5% which may reduce the competitiveness of Vietnamese cement.

Table of Contents


Executive Summary

1. Vietnam Cement Sector Analysis

  • 1.1. Consumption
  • 1.2. Supply Analysis
  • 1.3. Forecast Analysis

2. Competition Dynamics

  • 2.1. Market shares
  • 2.2. Cement Pricing
  • 2.3. Industrial Performance of Listed Companies

3. Vietnam Cement Demand Analysis

  • 3.1. Summary
  • 3.1. Demand from Residential Construction
  • 3.2. Demand from Non-Residential Construction
  • 3.3. Demand from Infrastructure
  • 3.4. Analysis of Selected Construction Hub

4. Foreign Interest on the sector

  • 4.1. Significant M&A in the Sector

5. Macroeconomics

  • 5.1. Macroeconomics in Vietnam
  • 5.2. Driving forces
  • 5.3. Regulatory Framework


  • Appendix 1: Listed Cement Companies' Factsheet
  • Appendix 2: Profiling of selected cement companies
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