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Market Report, "Vietnam Autos Report Q1 2014", published


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2013-12-04 11:32:42 - Fast Market Research recommends "Vietnam Autos Report Q1 2014" from Business Monitor International, now available

Vehicle sales Vietnam in September rose 20.6% year-on-year (y-o-y), to 8,465 units, according to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA). Although we have maintained for some time that sales in the passenger car segment will outperform the commercial vehicle (CV) segment, the divergence between the two segments has become even starker. While 9M13 passenger car sales grew 40.0% y-o-y, to 39,761 units, CV sales remains roughly unchanged at 26,125 units (this comparison excludes sales from Mercedes-Benz).

We are happy to maintain our 2013 CV sales growth forecast at 4.0%, to 37,000 units. However, we acknowledge the fact that growth in passenger car sales continues to exceed our bullish forecast and once again, we intend to upgrade our forecast as we expect

car sales to register a strong finish for the full year. We are upgrading our car sales growth forecast to 22.2%, to 53,000 units, from 12.5% previously. This will then bring our 2013 vehicle sales growth forecast to 14.0%, to 90,000 units.

Full Report Details at
- www.fastmr.com/prod/723520_vietnam_autos_report_q1_2014.aspx

In line with our view, the series of interest rate cuts enacted by the central bank over the past year continues to ease credit in the economy and lower borrowing costs for both consumers and businesses. As lending rates have come down in tandem with the cuts in the State Bank of Vietnam's policy rates, borrowing costs for vehicle buyers have been lowered. Additionally, the cut in car registration fees by the Vietnamese government has acted as a tailwind for passenger car sales by further boosting consumer demand.

However, the contrasting fortunes of the segments demonstrate to us that consumers have taken greater advantage of the lower borrowing rates compared with businesses. We believe that the ongoing banking sector reforms, as well as the restructuring of state owned enterprises (SOEs), could have dented business confidence resulting in the corporate sector retrenching in the short term. This, would then, have had the effect of dampening demand for CVs.

However, there is cause for optimism with vehicle production posting strong y-o-y growth rates in recent months after being on a downtrend since 2010. This chimes with the trend of rising foreign direct investment (FDI) into Vietnam. Our Country Risk team believes that FDI inflows will continue growing in the coming years due to the country's strong growth potential.

Despite our more optimistic outlook for vehicle production in the coming years, we warn that a lot needs to be done in terms of policy changes to make Vietnam an attractive market for autos-related investment in the Asia-Pacific region. Although the government has tried to increase domestic production in the industry, in particular by raising import tariffs on vehicles, there has been little in the way of rewards for companies which have chosen to invest. This is reflected in the 'rewards' section of BMI's industry Risk/Reward ratings for the autos sector in Asia, where Vietnam scores far below its neighbours in terms of the industry rewards on offer.

Report Table of Contents:

BMI Industry View
SWOT
- SWOT
- Political
- Economic
- Business Environment
Industry Forecast
- Table: Vietnam Autos Production, 2010-2017
- Table: Vietnam Autos Sales, 2010-2017 (VAMA Members)
- Table: Vietnam Autos Trade, 2010-2017
- Industry Forecast � Passenger Cars
- Table: Passenger Car Sales By Top Five VAMA Members (CBUs)
- Table: Top 3 Best Selling Car Models For 8M13
- Industry Forecast � Commercial Vehicles
- Table: Top Five Companies By CV Sales
- Industry Forecast � Suppliers
Macroeconomic Forecasts
- Table: Vietnam - Economic Activity
Industry Risk Reward Ratings
- Asia Pacific - Risk/Reward Ratings
- Table: Autos Risk/Reward Ratings Asia-Pacific
Company Profile
- Company Monitor
- GM Vietnam
- Mercedes-Benz Vietnam
- Automotive Asia Ltd
Regional Overview
- Table: Vehicle Sales Sep 2013 (Cbus)
Global Industry Overview
- Global Overview
Demographic Forecast
- Demographic Outlook
- Table: Vietnam's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 ('000)
- Table: Vietnam's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 (% of total)
- Table: Vietnam's Key Population Ratios, 1990-2020
- Table: Vietnam's Rural And Urban Population, 1990-2020
Methodology
- Industry Forecasts
- Sector Specific Methodology
- Sources
- Risk Reward Rating Methodology
- Sector Specific Methodology
- Table: Automotives Risk Reward Ratings Indicators
- Table: Weighting Of Indicators

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