GDP per capita in Dobrich district has continued to grow but its value remains relatively low. At the same time, the relative poverty rate remains high. The low educational status of the workforce continues to be a major challenge facing the labor market. Investment in the district has been shrinking, but production value has increased. The road surface quality is extremely poor. The level of local taxes in the district’s municipalities is relatively low. The transparency rating of the local administration remains high.

The share and the density of urban population remain low. The alignment of vocational education and the economy is high. Students’ results are relatively low. The shortage of specialist physicians and hospital beds may account for the relatively low number of patients treated in the local general hospitals. The number of registered crimes in the district is low and detection rates – relatively high. The share of public sewerage networks connected to wastewater treatment plants remains high. Dobrich is one of the districts with the highest number of beds in places of accommodation.

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