PattieSwap Ready to Launch a Top DEX With Low Fees

MONCTON, New Brunswick, May 27, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — PattieSwap a new decentralized exchange (DEX), has officially launched its platform on the Binance Smart Chain. The platform allows users to trade and swap cryptocurrencies without the need for intermediaries and aims to provide a secure, reliable, and user-friendly alternative to traditional centralized exchanges.

With a focus on ease-of-use, PattieSwap V2 offers a simple and intuitive interface that makes it easy for both novice and experienced traders to avail wide range of financial options, including Binance Coin (BNB) and BEP-20 tokens. Users connect their Binance Smart Chain wallets and start trading, with no need to submit personal information or adhere to complex rules and regulations.

“We’re thrilled to announce the launch of PattieSwap V2, which we believe will be a game-changer in the world of decentralized finance,” said the PattieSwap team. “Our goal is to make it easy and accessible for anyone to participate in the crypto economy, regardless of their level of experience or technical knowledge.”

In addition to trading and swapping, PattieSwap V2 also offers liquidity pools and yield farming opportunities, allowing users to make use of new opportunities. Staking is also available, where users can lock up their tokens for a specified period in exchange for new set of choices.

The launch of PattieSwap comes at a time when decentralized finance (DeFi) is growing in popularity, with more users seeking out alternatives to traditional centralized exchanges. By offering a decentralized platform that puts users in control of their transactions, PattieSwap V2 is well-positioned to capture a growing share of the market.

“We believe that the future of finance is decentralized, and we’re excited to be at the forefront of this movement with the launch of PattieSwap V2,” said the team. “We look forward to continuing to innovate and provide our users with the best possible experience.”

About PattieSwap V2.

PattieSwap V2 has been established with an aim to provide financial solutions to users under various options.

PattieSwap has developed solutions under new decentralized exchange (DEX), and has officially launched its platform on the Binance Smart Chain. Further to trading and swapping, PattieSwap V2 also offers liquidity pools and yield farming opportunities.

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Parliaments should play stronger role in protecting environment for sustainable development: NA Vice Chairman

Parliaments should review and complete their national legal framework to create optimal conditions for the building and implementation of economic transition policies towards green, circular economy to match the sustainable development goals and international commitments on climate change, environmental protection and biodiversity preservation, National Assembly (NA) Vice Chairman Nguyen Khac Dinh has stated.

Dinh made the statement at the 10th Nevsky International Ecological Congress held in St. Petersburg in Russia, with the theme “Ecology: A Right, Not a Privilege,” which drew nearly 1,500 delegates from 52 countries and territories.

Lauding the theme of the congress, the Vietnamese representative said that Vietnam always puts the people at the centre and considers the people as the most important motivation and highest target of sustainable development.

Vietnam’s commitment to net-zero emission by 2050 given at the 26th UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) showed the country’s determination and responsibility in joining hands with the international community in addressing global challenges in climate, environment and biodiversity downgrading, heading to a healthy planet, Dinh said.

He underlined that it is necessary to build a suitable legal corridor, encouraging and supporting organisations, individuals and businesses to operate in a green and sustainable manner.

Parliaments should strengthen the supervision over governments in building and implementing the roadmap for economic transition together with the post-pandemic recovery and climate change efforts.

At the same time, they should strengthen international cooperation and parliamentary collaboration to mobilise resources for the promotion of technology transfer, experience sharing and financial and technical support for efforts to respond to climate change and protect the biological environment for sustainable development, he said.

He also stressed the need to allocate budget properly, taking the transformation of growth model as the foundation, ensuring that the realisation of climate commitments of countries is suitable to their capacity and development level.

On the sidelines of the event, Dinh had a meeting with Valentina Matviyenko, Speaker of the Federal Council of the Federal Assembly of Russia, who affirmed that for Russia, Vietnam is always a friend and an important partner.

He expressed hope for an expanded partnership between the two countries in many areas, including parliamentary cooperation.

Dinh said that during their working session, First Deputy Speaker of the Federation Council of Federal Assembly of Russia (upper house) Andrey Yatskin handed over to Vietnam a proposed plan on cooperation between the Federation Council of Federal Assembly of Russia and the Vietnamese NA, which comprises 17 major contents.

He also conveyed NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue’s regards to Matviyenko, and invited her to visit Vietnam soon. Matviyenko accepted the inviation with pleasure.

NA Vice Chairman Dinh and the Vietnamese delegation also planted a tree at the Tauride Garden within the framework of the congress.

Also on May 26, he had a meeting with the Vietnamese community in St. Petersburg./.

Source: Vietnam News Agency

President Thongloun urges Asian leaders to sincerely promote cooperation

Delivering remarks at the 28th International Conference on the Future of Asia on May 26, President Thongloun Sisoulith urged Asian leaders to sincerely promote cooperation under bilateral and multilateral frameworks.

Held by Nikkei every year since 1995, the Future of Asia is an international gathering where political, economic and academic leaders from the Asia-Pacific region offer their opinions frankly and freely on regional issues and the role of Asia in the world.

The President called on developed countries to continue to extend assistance to developing countries to narrow development gap in the region and promote open cooperation on politics, economy, society as well as trade and investment.

He noted that the regional cooperation mechanisms should seriously focus on driving development and the reduction of people’s poverty in all countries to bring prosperity to people in the region.

He stated that the Lao PDR has made great efforts in realizing its obligations under international treaties to which it is a party and will continue to work with ASEAN and Asian countries and other countries outside the regions to raise Asia’s role in addressing regional and world challenges.

The president also shared points of view on and suggested solutions to regional and international issues.

Source: Lao News Agency

WHO: Stop tobacco farming, grow food instead

With hunger spreading worldwide and tobacco being responsible for eight million deaths each year, the World Health Organization (WHO) on Saturday urged countries to stop subsidizing tobacco crops and instead help farmers grow food. Ahead of World No Tobacco Day on Wednesday (May 31, 2023), WHO deplored that 3.2 million hectares of fertile land across 124 countries are being used to grow deadly tobacco – even in places where people are starving. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that governments across the world ‘spend millions supporting tobacco farms.’ He urged countries to choose to grow food instead and allow the world to ‘prioritize health, preserve ecosystems, and strengthen food security for all.’ The agency’s new report ‘Grow food, not tobacco’ said that 349 million people are facing acute food insecurity, many of them in some 30 countries on the African continent, where tobacco cultivation has increased by 15 percent in the last decade. Nine of the 10 largest tobacco cultivators are from low and middle-income countries. WHO said tobacco farming in these countries has taken up many parts of their arable land, and the environment and the communities which rely on it also suffer, as the crop’s expansion drives deforestation, contamination of water sources and soil degradation. The report also exposes the tobacco industry for trapping farmers in a vicious cycle of dependence and exaggerating the economic benefits of tobacco as a cash crop. WHO, along with the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP) have joined forces around the Tobacco Free Farms initiative, to help thousands of farmers in countries like Kenya and Zambia to grow sustainable food crops instead of tobacco. The program provides farmers with microcredit lending to pay off their debts with tobacco companies, as well as knowledge and training to grow alternative crops, and a market for their harvest.

Source: Philippines News Agency

Vietnamese intellectuals in Japan meet

As many as 100 outstanding Vietnamese intellectuals in Japan gathered at an event held on May 27 by the Association of Vietnamese Intellectuals in Japan (AVIJ), under the auspices of the Vietnamese Embassy, the Ministry of Science and Technology, and the Ministry of Planning and Investment.

In his remarks, Ambassador Pham Quang Hieu stressed that Japan has been a destination for many generations of Vietnamese to work, study and develop their career.

Nearly 500,000 Vietnamese are in Japan, becoming the second biggest foreign community in the East Asian nation, he said.

The diplomat stressed that the Vietnamese Party and State always pay special attention to overseas Vietnamese – an integral part of the nation – and have issued various policies and guidelines for them.

He lauded contributions by Vietnamese intellectuals, including those in Japan, to the success of such events as Vietnam Summits in 2019 and 2021, and symposiums, which attracted crowds of Vietnamese and Japanese intellectuals and businesses.

Hieu expressed his hope that the AVIJ and the intellectual community in general will produce more research studies, and make more proposals and contributions, helping Vietnam apply Japan’s cutting-edge technology in socio-economic development.

At the get-together, the intellectuals exchanged information and sought ways to boost cooperation, thus forming a dynamic, united community of Vietnamese intellectuals in Japan, with increasing contributions to the development in their homeland, as well as the collaboration between the two countries./.

Source: Vietnam News Agency

Ha Tinh asked to turn potential, advantages into growth motivation

National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue on May 28 attended a conference to announce the provincial master plan of Ha Tinh for 2021-2030 with a vision to 2050 and promote investment in the central locality.

NA Chairman Hue lauded Ha Tinh as the second locality to complete and announce the provincial master plan after Bac Giang.

He highlighted Ha Tinh’s great natural advantages with 137-km coastline, a number of UNESCO-recognised intangible heritages, and rich historical tradition.

Ha Tinh also holds an important strategic position as a gateway to sea of the East-West economic corridor connecting with Laos and Thailand. It is home to two key national economic areas – Vung Ang Economic Zone and Cau Treo Border Economic Zone. Vung Ang-Son Duong is one of the largest deep water seaports in the region, said the NA leader.

He noted that the locality’s GRDP growth hit over 9% in the 1991-2022 period. Last year, its economic scale reached nearly 93 trillion VND (3.96 billion USD), while its per capita GRDP hit 70.5 million VND. Ha Tinh has also been a bright spot of the country in new-style rural area building.

Under the provincial master plan for the 2021-2030 period with a vision to 2050, Ha Tinh aims to become a development pole of the north central and central coastal region. The province will strive to become a new-style rural province in 2025, one of the localities with highest GRDP in the country in 2030, and a modern industrial province with comprehensive development as a growth pole of the region and the whole country in 2050.

NA Chairman Hue held that in order to fulfil these targets, Ha Tinh should continue to implement resolutions and directions of the Party, NA and Government, while focusing on boosting four major sectors of steel manufacturing and power generation; agriculture, forestry and fisheries; logistics; and tourism.

At the same time, Ha Tinh should strive to enhance its productivity and provincial competitiveness, and roll out measures to complete targets set in the master plan.

It needs to publicise the approved master plan to draw investors, while supervising the implementation of the master plan and report its difficulties during the process, he said.

Alongside, Ha Tinh should also continue to apply necessary solutions to reach all socio-economic and security-defence goals set for this year, tighten administrative disciplines, and pay greater attention to enhancing education and training quality as well as corruption prevention and combat, said the NA leader.

Particularly, the top legislator asked Ha Tinh to improve the operational efficiency of people-elected agencies, and further promote its traditional and historical values.

According to Secretary of the Ha Tinh Party Committee Hoang Trung Dung, at the event, 15 projects worth nearly 10 trillion VND (425.8 million USD) and 25 memoranda of understanding with a total investment of over 210 trillion VND (8.94 billion USD) were signed. He pledged that Ha Tinh will do its best to optimise local potential and advantages, and build a healthy investment environment./.

Source: Vietnam News Agency