Friday, July 31, 2009

Terengganu Listed Among Top 50 States In IMD's Global Competitiveness

Terengganu has gained recognition among the top 50 states in World competitiveness after being ranked in 29 spot.

Director general of the Malaysian Productivity Corporation (MPC) Datuk Nik Zainiah Abd Rahman said according to the list released by the Switzerland based Institute Of Management Development (IMD), Terengganu was in 29th spot.

"This is a great achievement and a proud moment for Terengganu," she told reporters after closing the ICC East Coast Awards and Certification Convention here today.

Nik Zainiah said among the factors that boosted Terengganu's status in the rankings was due to its high productivity, infrastructure and effective management in the business segment for the private sector.

She added that Terengganu was the sixth Malaysian state to achieve such status after previous achievements by Selangor, Kedah, Johor, Federal Territory and Sabah.

MPC will continue to work with the respective agencies to enhance productivity and help the state become more competitive in the future.

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