FOR the third consecutive time, Quezon City, under the leadership of Mayor Herbert Bautista, was named the country’s Overall Most Competitive City in the highly urbanized category of the Cities and Municipalities Competitiveness Index 2018.
The award was given during the 6th Competitiveness Summit at the Philippine International Convention Center Thursday.
Aside from overall competitiveness, QC was also recognized as the most competitive on Economic Dynamism and Infrastructure.
The recognition earned by the combined efforts of all city government workers, City Administrator Aldrin Cuña said in accepting the award.
“This award is for all the residents of Quezon City. Your local government is working hard for you. I also share this award to all the employees of Quezon City. Their hard work and dedication is a testament of Quezon City’s dream in becoming the most competitive city in the country,” Cuña said.
The National Competitiveness Council ranks the competitiveness of cities and municipalities in terms of economic dynamism, government efficiency, infrastructure, and resiliency.
Recently, Quezon City has opened its Regulation Building that will serve as a one-stop shop for businesses and applications of permits.
The city boasts of its one-stop shop in construction and business permits.
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