Advisor to the Prime Minister of Business and Investment
, Abdul Razak Dawood (Abdul Razak Dawood), said on Thursday that Pakistan will be added to the Amazon giant’s list of sellers. e-commerce Amazon.
We finally did it. We have been working with Amazon since last year and now it is happening. He said that this is a great opportunity for our young, small and medium-sized businesses and women entrepreneurs.
He said that an important milestone in e-commerce policy has been achieved through teamwork.
Although Pakistani companies operate in neighboring India, Pakistan is not yet on Amazon’s seller list. Pakistani retailers hoping to sell their products on the market will register their companies in other countries to avoid Pakistan.
However, Pakistani merchants who are added to the list will be able to easily sell their products on the platform. But this is of little importance to Pakistani consumers. It will benefit most Pakistani businessmen who want to sell their products abroad. At the same time, Dr. Shahbaz Gill, Special Assistant to the Minister for Political Information, said that the achievements of the current government are not in the history of the country in the last decade.
Amazon has included Pakistan in its list of sellers. With this development, Pakistan has entered the international market. This will lead to billions of dollars in investment and create jobs. Thank you, Imran Khan, he said.
In June last year, the Commerce Ministry stated that it had shared the names of 38 exporters with Amazon in order to register to promote trade and open new markets for Pakistani exporters.
shared detailed information at the second meeting of the National Electronic Commerce Committee, which reviewed the implementation of various policies to promote electronic commerce at the federal and provincial levels.
The Commerce Minister said: “Initially, a list of 38 exporters has been communicated to Amazon, limited to the fields of surgery, sporting goods and home textiles.” He added that the list will be expanded to other areas in the near future.