Raising the ranking of the Corruption Control Index (B2) by 10 places in 2022

The government set a target by 2022, raising the rating of the Corruption Control Index (B2) to 10 places.

Raising the ranking of the Corruption Control Index (B2) by 10 places in 2022

Raising the ranking of the Corruption Control Index (B2) by 10 places in 2022

This is the content of Resolution 02/NQ-CP dated January 10, 2022 on the main tasks and solutions to improve the business environment and enhance national competitiveness in 2022, issued by the Government.

Accordingly, the Resolution clearly states: After 8 years of reform efforts, Vietnam's position on global prestigious rankings has been raised.

Specifically: Competitiveness 4.0 (of the World Economic Forum - WEF) ranked 67/141 (in 2019), up 10 places compared to 2018; Innovation (of the World Intellectual Property Organization - WIPO) holds a good rank, at 44/132 (in 2021); E-Government (of the United Nations - UN) ranked 86th (in 2020), up 2 places compared to 2018; Sustainable development (of the UN) ranks 51/165 in 2021, up 37 places compared to 2016 (88th position); Cybersecurity (of the International Telecommunication Union - ITU) ranked 25/194 (in 2020), up 25 places compared to 2018 (ranked 50).

In some specific areas, international organizations continue to maintain their assessment and ranking in 2021 such as Property Rights (of the Property Rights Alliance), Perception of corruption (of Transparency International). ), Governance efficiency (World Bank - WB). In particular, the World Bank assessed that the governance efficiency of our country in 2020 has improved better than in previous years.

However, the reform of the business environment in our country from 2020 due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic tends to slow down. On the global rankings, some improvement indicators have not been sustainable and there are many specific indicators that Vietnam's quality and ranking are still low or not improved, even down. In 2021 compared to 2020, many indicators decrease or decrease in rank, such as: Innovation decreased by 2 places (from 42nd to 44th); Sustainable development points down and ranks down (from 49th to 51st); Property rights reduced points and decreased ranks (from 78th to 84th); Perception of corruption decreased by 8 places (from 96th to 104th).

Therefore, the Government has set a number of specific goals for 2022 in which to improve Competitiveness 4.0 (GCI 4.0) according to WEF's ranking as follows:

- Improve the score and maintain the ranking of the Law Compliance Cost index (referred to as B1).

- Raising the ranking of the Corruption Control Index (B2) by 10 places.

- Raise the ranking of the Quality of Land Administration (B3) by at least 1 level.

- Raising the ranking of the Infrastructure index group (B4) by 2-3 steps.

- Raising the ranking of the group of information technology application index (B5) by 2-3 steps.

- Raising the ranking of the Vocational Training Quality Index (B6) by at least 5 steps.

- Raising the ranking of the stock market capitalization index (B7) by 2-3 steps.

- Raising the ranking of Spending on Research and Development index (B8) by 2-3 steps.

- Raising the ranking of the Growth Index on Innovative Enterprises (B9) by 2-3 steps.

- Raising the ranking of the index of Enterprises with innovative and breakthrough ideas (B10) by 2-3 steps.

- Raising the ranking of the Index of Access to Capital for Small and Medium Enterprises (B11) by 2-3 steps.

See more contents in Resolution 02/NQ-CP dated January 10, 2022.

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