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Ho Chi Minh City is the largest city in Vietnam in population and economy, the second in its area, and also one of the most important economic, political, cultural and educational centres in Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh City is currently a centrally governed city classified as special municipality of Vietnam (along with Hanoi).

To be able to maximize the utilisation of resources of Ho Chi Minh City, the National Assembly has recently decided to dedicate the special mechanism (pilot) to the city to create the foundation for stronger development for the region, thereby continuing to contribute to the development of the country. Resolution 54/2017/QH14 of National Assembly on pilot model for special mechanisms for TP. Ho Chi Minh is expected to "untie" all resources, a great opportunity for the city to grow.

Generally, the deployment of special mechanism for Ho Chi Minh City is a breakthrough in the construction of the state's policy and is expected to bring more advantages for development of the economic sectors in Ho Chi Minh City. However, this particular implementation of the policy is still very fresh and needs to be studied, evaluated in a thorough manner from various angles, as well as learning the experience of the countries in the region and the world which have ever deployed special mechanisms for big cities.

From the above-mentioned remarks, Ho Chi Minh City University of Law will organise a conference of "Specific regulations for the development of Ho Chi Minh City and international experience". The conference will serve as an international forum for domestic and foreign experts to share perspectives on legal and practical issues of the governance of autonomy mechanism for Ho Chi Minh City.

The conference will be held on December 14, 2018, at the Nguyen Tat Thanh Campus of Ho Chi Minh City University of Law (address: 2-4 Nguyen Tat Thanh St., Dist. 4, Ho Chi Minh City).