US-based e-commerce giant Amazon has finally added Pakistan to its approved sellers list, which will allow Pakistani sellers to officially create Amazon IDs and sell ‘Made in Pakistan’ products on the platform.
The announcement regarding this update was made by Advisor to Prime Minister for Commerce and Investment Abdul Razak Dawood.
“We have finally made it.” he said on Twitter. “Amazon will be adding Pakistan its Sellers’ List within a few days. We have been engaged with Amazon since last year and now it’s happening. It is a great opportunity for our youth, SMEs and women entrepreneurs,”
“An important milestone of e-Commerce policy achieved has been through teamwork by many people across the globe,” he added.
The Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Political Communication Shahbaz Gill also took to Twitter and expressed satisfaction over the development.
“What has not been done in the history of Pakistan during the last 10 years has been completed by the present government.” he said on the social media platform.
“AMAZON has added Pakistan to its sellers list.” he added in his tweet. “With this, Pakistan has joined the global market. It will create billions of investment and employment opportunities.” he concluded while thanking Prime Minister Imran Khan.
پاکستان کی تاریخ میں جو کام پچھلے دس سال سے نا ہوسکا وہ بالآخر موجودہ حکومت نے کر دکھایا۔— Dr. Shahbaz GiLL (@SHABAZGIL) May 5, 2021
AMAZON نے پاکستان کو سیلر لسٹ میں شامل کردیا ہے۔
اس سے پاکستان عالمی منڈی میں شامل ہوگیا ہے۔اس سے اربوں کی سرمایہ کاری اور روزگار کے مواقع پیدا ہوں گے. شکریہ عمران خان pic.twitter.com/c7PIqHCUTU
This is truly a major development for Pakistan and will help bring the country forward in terms of exports and e-commerce while being recognized on the global platform.
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