In particular, the locality focuses on drastically implementing tasks and solutions based on 3 pillars, including actively and drastically organizing the lean political system, effective and effective operation; Drastically reform administrative procedures, ensure the reduction of dossier composition, reduce settlement time, reduce implementation costs, improve the quality of public services; Applying information technology, gradually modernizing the administrative system, effectively promoting e-government towards building digital government, digital economy, digital society and smart cities.
Mr. Nguyen Tuong Van also said that with the position of 4 consecutive years ranked first in the provincial competitiveness, the problem posed with Quang Ninh is how to maintain the leading position and surpass the main me.
Aware of the importance of PCI in socio-economic development, the Resolution of the 15th Party Congress of Quang Ninh province, term 2020 – 2025, has set an annual target to maintain the position of the leading group in the country in terms of PCI, PAR Index, SIPAS, PAPI.
“This is the first time that these indicators have been included as an important indicator in the Resolution of the Provincial Party Congress. Quang Ninh is also the only locality in the country that has included these indicators in the Grand Document. This shows the commitment of Quang Ninh to investors and businesses on building an effective government “, Mr. Van said.
According to the PCI 2020 report, Dong Thap is the second-place locality with 72.8 points and Long An is the locality with the third-ranked provincial competitiveness index in the country, reaching 70.3 places, up 5 places compared to 2019.
The next locations in the top 10 in terms of PCI are Binh Duong (70.16 points), Da Nang (70.12 points), Vinh Long (69.34 points), Hai Phong (69.27 points), Ben Tre. (69.08 points), Hanoi (66.93 points) and Bac Ninh (66.74 points).
Compared to last year, the ranking position of provincial competitiveness of Ho Chi Minh City has not changed, ranking 14th.
In the opposite direction, Lam Dong is the locality with the lowest provincial competitiveness index 2020, followed by Kien Giang and Bac Lieu with the score 59.5-61.1.
The PCI has been developed by VCCI and USAID since 2005 to assess the quality of economic management, the favorable and friendly level of the business environment and the administrative reform efforts of the governments of provinces and cities of Vietnam, thereby promoting the development of the private sector. The PCI 2020 report is based on feedback from nearly 12,300 enterprises, including more than 10,700 private enterprises operating in 63 provinces and cities and nearly 1,600 FDI foreign-invested enterprises operating in 22 localities in Vietnam.
Source: ndh.vn – Translated by fintel.vn