(HBO) – The Hoa Binh provincial People’s Committee has held a conference to announce results of the District and Department Competitiveness Index (DDCI) 2022.
Bui Van Khanh, Vice Secretary of the provincial Party
Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee; and Nguyen Van
Toan, Standing Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee, present
certificates to the outstanding districts and departments in 2022.
In the 2022 DDCI survey, Economica Vietnam and
the Hoa Binh Business Association collected opinions on the performance of
district-level localities from 893 production and business establishments
(mainly business households and some enterprises and cooperatives), and on the
performance of departments from 641 enterprises, cooperatives, and some
Among the 26 departments and sectors that cover
28 management areas, the provincial Management Board of Industrial Parks ranked
first with 80.04 out of the 100 points, followed by the Hoa Binh branch of the
Vietnam Social Security with 78.58 points and the provincial Department of
Planning and Investment with 77.94 points.
Compared to 2021, the average score of
departments and sectors increased by 2.26 points to 77.8. However, such
improvement was not enough to give a strong impetus to reforms. The score
difference between the best and worst performers is 10.04 points while it was
7.64 last year.
Of the 10 district-level localities, Yen Thuy
district with 85.54 points topped the list. Eight others recorded scores of
between 70 and under 80, namely Hoa Binh city and the districts of Mai Chau,
Luong Son, Kim Boi, Lac Thuy, Tan Lac, Lac Son, and Da Bac. The last is Cao
Phong district with 69.19 points.
Across Hoa Binh province, the sub-index on
informal charges posted the highest score – 8.1 points, up from 7.94 points in
2021. The worst-performing one is market entry, 6.99 points.
Bui Van Khanh, Vice Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of
the provincial People’s Committee, speaks at the conference.
Addressing the event, Bui Van Khanh, Vice
Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial
People’s Committee, asked the localities and departments to analyse the
sub-indexes and improve the low ones so as to better the investment and
business climate and the local competitiveness.
He expressed his hope that enterprises and
investors will coordinate with departments, sectors, and localities to tackle
difficulties and obstacles to contribute to common development of the
(HBO) – Amid complicated developments in the world and domestic economic situations, Hoa Binh province has been implementing many solutions, creating favourable conditions and gradually ensuring the sustainable development of the business community and entrepreneurs.
(HBO) – After the red-flesh pomelo of Tan Lac district and the Dien pomelo of Yen Thuy district, the orange from Cao Phong district of Hoa Binh province is now officially put up for sale in the UK, marking the return of this specialty to the global market after over 40 years.
(HBO) – Lac Son district is implementing Resolution No. 03-NQ/HU, dated July 26, 2021, of the district Party Committee on investment attraction to create breakthroughs in economic growth, and promote the advantages in terms of land and human resources.
(HBO) - Over the years, Mai Chau town (Mai Chau) has effectively been exploiting its potential and advantages to develop trade and services, contributing to creating jobs, improving people's lives, making the town develop towards a civilized city.
(HBO) - On February 27, the provincial branch of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV), held a conference to connect banks and enterprises to implement Directive No. 01/CT-NHNN, dated on January 17, 2023 by the Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam with the aims to create the favorable conditions for enterprises and cooperatives to access the bank credit.
(HBO) – On March 2, the Hoa Binh People’s Committee held a working session with the Vietnamese Business Association in Japan (VJBA). The session was chaired by Nguyen Van Chuong, Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee.