2017 Cities and Municipalities Competitiveness Index (CMCI) Awards


By LCP Secretariat
August 18, 2017 - Manila


LCP warmly congratulates the winners of the 2017 Cities and Municipalities Competitiveness Index (CMCI) Awards held yesterday 16 August 2017 at the PICC, Pasay City. The event was organized by the Department of Trade and Industry in partnership with the National Competitiveness Council, USAID, and Globe.

Most Competitive: Economic Dynamism

Component Cities
1st place: City of General Trias
2nd place: City of San Fernando, Pampanga
3rd place: Naga City, Camarines Sur

Highly Urbanized Cities
1st place: Pasay City
2nd place: Quezon City
3rd place: Makati City

Most Competitive: Government Efficiency

Component Cities
1st place: Naga City, Camarines Sur
2nd place:Cotabato City
3rd place: Antipolo City

Highly Urbanized Cities
1st place: City of Manila
2nd place: Quezon City
3rd place: Muntinlupa City

Most Competitive: Infrastructure

Component Cities
1st place: Antipolo City
2nd place:Tagum City
3rd place: Naga City, Camarines Sur

Highly Urbanized Cities
1st place: Quezon City
2nd place: City of Manila
3rd place: Davao City

Most Competitive: Resiliency

Component Cities
1st place:Bayawan City
2nd place:Calapan City
3rd place: City of General Trias

Highly Urbanized Cities
1st place: Davao City
2nd place: Quezon City
3rd place: City of Manila

Overall Competitiveness

Component Cities
1st place: Antipolo City
2nd place: Naga City, Camarines Sur
3rd place:Tagum City

Highly Urbanized Cities
1st place: Quezon City
2nd place: City of Manila
3rd place: Davao City

Most Improved LGUs

Component Cities
1st place: Bago City
2nd place: San Carlos City, Pangasinan and Maasin City
3rd place: Calapan City

Highly Urbanized Cities
1st place: Tacloban City and Zamboanga City
2nd place: Taguig City
3rd place: Pasay City

For more information on the 2017 CMCI rankings, you may visit http://www.cmcindex.org.ph/.

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