Vietnam’s Open Data ranks higher than Thailand, Laos, East Timor, Cambodia
Vietnam is strong in infrastructure but weak in policies, according to the World Bank (WB).
In 2020 Open Data Watch’s ranking, Singapore ranks first in the world, followed by several European countries, including Poland, Finland, Denmark and Sweden. Most countries’ open data are about budget, while the least published data relate to land ownership.
Vietnam is in the first half of the ranking in terms of data coverage (ranked 86th out of 187 countries) but in the second half in terms of openness both regionally and globally (122nd). In Southeast Asia, Vietnam is at a higher position than Thailand, Laos, East Timor and Cambodia in open data ranking.