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26/03/2018 - 20:03

Long An listed 4th in country's 2017 PCI

The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) and the United States Agency of International Development (USAID) have just announced Long An ranked the 4th in the country’s 2017 Provincial Competitiveness Index (PCI)’s list with 66.7 on a 100 point scale.

VCCI and USAID announced the result on March 22 in Hanoi. As per announcement, Long An ranked the 4th in the country’s 2017 Provincial Competitiveness Index (PCI)’s list with total point of 66.7 on 100 point scale.

Accordingly, Long An was appreciated highly about economic management system. Long An’s PCI 2017 was 66.7 score, increasing 6.05 compared to 2016 and ranked the 4thposition, an increase 11 levels compared to 2016.

To achieve that result, Long An carried out strictly solutions aiming to create favorable conditions for firms and enhance the locals' confidence.

Quang Ninh became first ever with 70.7 on a 100 point scale followed by Danang (70.1); Dong Thap (68.8), Long An (66.7); Ben Tre (66.69); Vinh Long (66.1), Quang Nam (65.4), HCMC (65.2); Hai Phong (65.2); Can Tho…

The report has been produced annually since 2005 by VCCI & USAID to assess the ease of doing business, economic governance, and administrative reform efforts by the provinces and cities in the country in order to promote the development of the private sector.

The 2017 PCI Report is the 13th iteration and is based on responses from 12,000 enterprises, including more than 10,200 domestic private enterprises from 63 cities and provinces and nearly 1,800 foreign invested enterprises in 21 provinces in the country./.

Staff Writer - Translated by Van Ha