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Vietnam timber sector in 2010 and outlook for 2011 published by Agroinfo is intended to provide comprehensive and up-to-date analyses of dominant factors over the domestic and global timber sector in 2010 and prospects for Vietnam timber sector in 2011.
The report focuses on major issues:
(1) Forest situation in Vietnam and the world;
(2) Trade-production of timber and timber products of Vietnam as well dominant factors;
(3) The largest timber trade flow in the world
(4) Global analysis of changes on the timber market in the past decade;
(5) Timber market outlook in 2011.
Vietnam timber sector in 2010 and outlook for 2011will be a helpful reference for policymakers, international organizations, donors and the business community in drawing up business strategies. All the data presented in the report are obtained from publicized sources of reputable organizations including General Statistics Office, General Department of Vietnam Customs, Cultivation Department – Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development of Vietnam.


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Release date:
14/01/2011 for Vietnamese version
05/12/2011 for English version
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ABBREVIATION
LIST OF TABLES
LIST OF FIGURE
 
PART I: VIETNAM
SUMMARY
I – Forest situation in Vietnam
1. Forest distribution in Vietnam
2. Afforestation in Vietnam
II – Production of timber and timber products in Vietnam
III – Vietnam’s trade of timber and timber products
1. Ranking of timber and timber products in trade of Vietnam
2. Import
2.1 Overview
2.2 Import by product
2.3 Import by provider
2.4 Price of large suppliers
3. Export
3.1 Overview
3.2 Export by products
3.3 Export by market
Overview
US
Japan
China
3.4 Export price
4. Dominant factors over Vietnam’s timber trade
4.1 Exchange rate and access to foreign currency
4.2 Policy
4.3 Trend in wooden furniture design
5. Vietnam’s timber trade index
5.1 Revealed Comparative Advantage (RCA) chimcu
5.2 Export specialization (ES)
1.1 Trade Intensification (TI)
 
PART II: THE WORLD
Summary
I – The world forest situation
1. Distribution and situation of forest by region
1.1 Forest distribution by region
1.2 Forest situation by region
2. Forestation and deforestation in the world
2.1 Production forest and forestation in the world
2.2 Timber reserves and logging in the world
II – Production-trade of timber and timber products in the world
III – Trade of timber and timber products in the world
1. Position of timber and timber products in the global trade
2. Dominant factors over the world timber trade
2.1 Macro-economic factors
2.2 Market and research-development
2.3 Policy
3. The world timber trade
3.1 Secondary timber products
Overview
Import
Export
3.2 Wooden furniture
Background
Import
Export
 
PART III: OUTLOOK
I – The world economic outlook
II – Timber trade timber in the world and Vietnam
1. The world
2. Vietnam
 
 

 

LIST OF TABLES
Table 1: Increase/decrease in forest area by region and sub-region, years 1990 – 2010
Table 2: Top 10 countries in terms of forest area increase, years 1990 – 2010
Table 3: Lumber export quota of China in 2010
Table 4: The economic outlook in 2011, %
Table 5: Exploited timber volume in some countries of EU 27 and North America in 2011 (thousand m3)
Table 6: Forecast on production-import of veneer in some countries of EU 27 and North America in 2011 (thousand m3)
Table 7: Plywood production-import forecast in some countries in EU 27 and North America in 2011 (thousand m3)
Table 8: Production-import of plywood predicted in several EU 27 countries and the Northern America in 2011 (thousand m3)
Table 9: Production-import of plank in several EU 27 countries and North America in 2011 (thousand m3)

LIST OF FIGURE
Figure 1: Vietnam’s forest area structure by region in 2009
Figure 2: Man-made forest area in Vietnam, from 1990 – 11months of 2010 (thousand ha)
Figure 3: Man-made forest area by region, 2000 – 11 months/2010 (thousand ha)
Figure 4: Timber output exploited by region, years 2000 – 2009 (thousand m3)
Figure 5: Timber trade compared to total trade value of Vietnam, years 2001 – 2009
Figure 6: Supply of Vietnam and the world demand for top 12 exports from Vietnam in 2009
Figure 7: Export/import index for timber, years 2001 – 2009
Figure 8: Imports of timber and timber products of Vietnam, years 2001 – 10/2010 (US$ million)
Figure 9: Timber imports of Vietnam by month, years 2008 – 10/2010 (US$ million)
Figure 10: Imports of lumber, rough timber and plywood, years 2001 – 10/2010 (US$ million)
Figure 11: Imports of sawnwood, roundwood and veneer by month, years 2008 – 10/2010 (US$ million)
Figure 12: Timber imports of Vietnam from top 10 providers in the first 10 months, years 2008 – 2010 (US$ million)
Figure 13: Imports of timber and timber products of Vietnam from China, Malaysia, the US, New Zealand and Myanmar, years 2001 – 2009 (US$ million)
Figure 14: Log FOB price from Sarawak – Malaysia by month, years 2008 – 11/2010 (US$/m3)
Figure 15: Lumber FOB price from Sarawak – Malaysia by month, years 2008 – 11/2010 (US$/m3)
Figure 16: Lumber FOB price from Belem/Paranagua, Brazil to Asia by months, years 2008 – 11/2010 (US$/m3)
Figure 17: Vietnam’s timber export, years 2001-10/2010 (US$ million)
Figure 18: Exports of timber and timber products of Vietnam by month, years 2008 – 10/2010 (US$ million)
Figure 19: Exports of wooden furniture and fuelwood, years 2001 – 10/2009 (US$ million)
Figure 20: Exports of wooden furniture of Vietnam by month, years 2008 – 10/2009 (US$ million)
Figure 21: Vietnam’s exports of fuel wood by month, years 2008 – 10/2010 (US$ million)
Figure 22: Vietnam’s exports of plywood by month, years 2008 – 10/2010 (US$ million)
Table 23: Vietnam’s exports of timber and timber products to top 10 markets, years 2001 – 2010
Figure 24: Value of top 10 exporters to Vietnam, years 2001 – 10/2010 (US$ million)
Figure 25: Distribution of markets for Vietnam’s primary processed timber in the world
Figure 26: Markets for Vietnam’s wooden furniture in the world
Figure 27: Exports of timber and timber products of Vietnam to the US, years 2001 – 10/2010 (US$ million)
Figure 28: Exports of wooden furniture to the US by month, years 2008 – 10/2010 (US$ million)
Figure 29: Exports of timber and timber products of Vietnam to Japan, years 2001 – 10/2010 (US$ million)
Figure 30: Exports of timber and timber products of Vietnam to Japan by month, years 2008 – 10/2010 (US$ million)
Figure 31: Export of chipboard of Vietnam to Japan, years 2001 – 10/2010 (US$ million)
Figure 32: Vietnam’s timber and timber product exports to China, years 2001 – 10/2010 (US$ million)
Figure 33: Vietnam’s chipboard and primary processed timber exports to China by month, years 2008 – 10/2010 (US$ million)
Figure 34: Chipboard export price of Vietnam to China and Jpana by quarter, years 2005 – Q3/2010 (US$/ton)
Figure 35: US$/VND official exchange rate by month, years 2008 – 10/2010
Figure 36: RCA of Vietnam and top 5 exporters of secondary timber, years 2001 – 2009
Figure 37: ES of Vietnam-top 10 exporters of primary timber products, years 2001 – 2009
Figure 38: TI of Vietnam-top 10 importers of secondary timber products, years 2001 – 2009
Figure 39: Forest distribution by region in 2010
Figure 40: Forest area by region, years 1990 – 2010 (million ha)
Figure 41: Forest distribution by use purpose in 2010
Figure 42: Artificial forest area by region, years 1990 – 2010 (million ha)
Figure 43: Change timber reserve structure in the world, years 2005 – 2010
Figure 44: Timber reserves by region, years 1990 – 2010 (billion m3)
Figure 45: Timber reserves (ha) by region, years 1990 – 2010 (m3/ha)
Figure 46: Industrial log and fuel timber output by region, years 2000 – 2005 (million m3)
Figure 47: Major trade flows: Industrial tropical log in 2008
Figure 48: Major trade flows: Tropical lumber in 2008
Figure 49: Major trade flows: tropical pywood in 2008
Figure 50: Timber trade ratio
Figure 51: Timber and timber product exports in the world, years 2001 – 2009 (US$ billion)
Figure 52: Actual GDP of the world, EU, the US and Japan, years 1997 – 2009
Figure 53: Actual GDP of BRIC economies and developing Asian countries, years 1997 – 2009
Figure 54: Interbank exchange rate of US$/CNY by month from 8/2009 – 12/2010 72
Figure 55: Number of new houses in the US by quarter, years 2005 – 2010 (thousand)
Figure 56: Number of new houses with wooden composition and no wooden wooden composition by quarter, years 2005 – 2010 (house)
Figure 57: The world primary timber trade, years 2001 – 2009 (US$ billion)
Figure 58: Primary timber imports in the world, years 2001 – 2009 (US$ billion)
Figure 59: Value of top 10 importers for primary timber products, years 2005 – 2009 (US$ billion)
Figure 60: Primary timber imports of the US, Japan and China by quarter, years 2005 – 2010 (US$ billion)
Figure 61: The US’s imports of lumber, building timber and plywood by month, years 2005 – 2010 (US$ million)
Figure 62: Japan’s imports for material wood, lumber and plywood by month, years 2006 – 2010 (US$ million)
Figure 63: China’s imports of log and lumber by month, years 2005 – 2010 (US$ million)
Figure 64: China’s imports of material wood and chipboard by month, years 2005 – 2010 (US$ million)
Figure 65: Primary timber imports of EU, and North America, years 2001 – 2009 (US$ billion)
Figure 66: Structure of imported primary timber products of EU, years 2001 – 2009
Figure 67: Germany, UK, Italia and France’s imports by month, years 2006 – 2010 (US$ million)
Figure 68: Value of top 10 exporters for primary timber products, years 2005 – 2009 (US$ billion)
Figure 69: Primary timber exports of Germany, China and Canada by month, years 2005 – 2010 (US$ million)
Figure 70: Germany, China and Canada’s exports of lumber, chipboard and plywood by month, years 2005 – 2010 (US$ million)
Figure 71: Price indices (Index 2005 = 100) hard lumber and soft lumber by year, years 1980 – 2010
Figure 72: Average FOB export price for logs from Russia and New Zealand to China by month, years 2005 – 2010 (US$/m3)
Figure 73: Average FOB export price for lumber from the US and Brazil by month, years 2005 – 2010 (US$/m3)
Figure 74: Average export FOB price for chipboard from China, Thailand and the US by month, years 2005 – 2010 (US$/ton)
Figure 75: Average FOB export price for plywood from China and Indonesia by month, years 2005 – 2010 (US$/ton)
Figure 76: The world trade of secondary timber products, years 2001 – 2009 (US$ billion)
Figure 77: Value of top 5 importers for secondary timber products, years 2001 – 2009 (US$ billion)
Figure 78: The US and China’s imports for wooden furniture by month, years 2005 – 2010 (US$ million)
Figure 79: Wooden furniture imports of the US from Vietnam, Canada, Mexico and Malaysia by month, years 2005 – 2010 (US$ million)
Figure 80: Bedding furniture imports of the US from Vietnam and China by month, years 2005 – 2010 (US$ million)
Figure 81: Value of top 10 wooden furniture importers of EU27, years 2001 – 2009 (US$ billion)
Figure 82: Gernmany’s wooden furniture imports from China, and Vietnam by month, years 2005 – 2010 (US$ million)
Figure 83: UK’s wooden furniture imports from China and Vietnam by month, years 2005 – 2010 (US$ million)
Figure 84: Wooden furniture value of top 5 exporters, years 2001 – 2009 (US$ billion)
Figure 85: Wooden furniture of China by month, years 2005 – 2010 (US$ million)
Figure 86: Wooden furniture exports of Germany, Italia and Poland by month, years 2005 – 2010 (US$ million) 

 












 

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