REP. Jaye Lacson-Noel of Malabaon vowed on Sunday to effect changes to raise the competitiveness ranking of Malabon City once she wins the mayoralty post. The promise of Noel is an offshoot of the data from the National Competitiveness Council (NCC) showing Malabon City was ranked 94th with a score of 30.6232 points in list of the most competitive cities in the country. NCC measures three elements for competitiveness, which includes economic dynamism, government efficiency and infrastructure programs. NCC revealed Malabon is No. 48 in the category of economic dynamism. The city landed at 113 in the category of government efficiency and 56 in infrastructure. This means, Malabon City has a poor performance in the three categories that ranked it No. 94 in NCC’s most competitive cities in the country under the mayorship of Antolin “Lenlen” Oreta 3rd. Oreta, became the city’s mayor in 2012 after his uncle, Canuto “Tito” Oreta, passed away.