Social Security agency, Yen Bai city take lead in department, district competitiveness rankings

  •  Monday, June 20, 2022

YBO - The provincial Vietnam Social Security agency and Yen Bai city ranked first in the 2021 District and Department Competitiveness Index (DDCI) rankings, according to a survey’s results released by the provincial People’s Committee in Decision No. 859/QD-UBND, dated June 6, 2022.

The assessment of districts and departments’ competitiveness has helped improved Yen Bai’s Provincial Competitiveness Index.
The assessment of districts and departments’ competitiveness has helped improved Yen Bai’s Provincial Competitiveness Index.

Findings of the 2021 DDCI survey of businesses and cooperatives showed that the local branch of the Vietnam Social Security secured the first position among 17 departments and sectors in Yen Bai province, up two places from 2020.

It was followed by the Department of Planning and Investment (down one place from 2020) and the Department of Taxation. The Department of Science and Technology stood at the bottom position.

Among district-level localities, Yen Bai city ranked first. This was the second straight year it topped the DDCI rankings.

Tran Yen district was placed second while Van Yen district third, both down one position from 2020. Mu Cang Chai district performed worst in the list of 2021, which was also the second year it stood at this position.

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