On May 12th, Lao Cai People’s Committee and VCCI co-organized a diagnostic workshop on PCI, PAPI 2016 of Lao Cai to analyse, evaluate rankings of PCI, PAPI 2016, proposed 2017 missions; launch DCI score 2016 of Lao Cai.
On April 28th, Can Tho PPC and VCCI co-organized workshop on analysing PCI index to strengthen business environment, enhance PCI of Can Tho in the time to come, attract investment and success in start-up.
On April 11th, Dak Nong’s PPC and VCCI – Da Nang branch co-organized the workshop on improving PCI Dak Nong in 2017. Mr. Tran Xuan Hai – Vice Standing Chairman of Dak Nong’s PPC and Mr. Nguyen Tien Quang – Director of VCCI Da Nang co-chaired the workshop. The workshop also welcomed the participation of experts, leaders from local branches and departments.
On Mar 30th, the People’s Committee of Dak Lak cordinated with VCCI to organize the WS on improving business environment, strengthening provincial competitiveness in 2017. The WS witnessed the participation of the PPC’s Vice Chairman, VCCI leaders and representatives from CIEM, local branches and departments.
On March 21, 2017, VCCI/PCI Project had a meeting with Son La Province’s Delegation with the participation of Chairman of People’s Committee, Director of DPI, Chairman of People’s Council, Director of IPA and representatives of local firms.
In 2016, Quang Ninh's PCI is in the second spot (65.6 points) which is the highest-ever result of the province. The news was released at a PCI 2016 announcement ceremony jointly launched by the Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) and the US Agency for International Development (USAID) on March 14, in Ha Noi city.
The northern province of Bac Giang ranked 33rd in the Provincial Competitive Index (PCI) in 2016 among 63 provinces and cities nationwide, jumping seven spots compared to 2015 and among the middle-range group.
In the morning of March 14th in Hanoi, the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) and the U.S Agency for International Development (USAID) held the ceremony to announce the Provincial Competitiveness Index (PCI) for year 2016.
Around 66 percent of surveyed Vietnamese firms had to pay "informal fees" during 2014-2016 period， some 12-15 percentage points higher than during 2008-2013 period， a report on Vietnam's Provincial Competitiveness Index (PCI) 2016 showed Tuesday.