Amazon, the world’s largest e-commerce company, has added Pakistan to its certified seller list, marking a significant step forward for Pakistan’s e-commerce market.
According to reports, Amazon has approved Pakistan’s registration on the checked seller list, and a revised countries list will be posted on the officials’ site in the coming hours.
Pakistan is about to enter a new e-commerce age, with Pakistani goods quickly accessible to millions of people around the world.
Abdul Razak Dawood, the Prime Minister’s Adviser for Commerce and Investment, also tweeted about the news. ‘We’ve now arrived. Within a few days, Amazon will add Pakistan to its Sellers’ List. We’ve been talking to Amazon for the past year, and now it’s finally happening. He captioned the photo, “It’s a fantastic opportunity for our young, SMEs, and woman entrepreneurs.”
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We have finally made it. @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. .
— Abdul Razak Dawood (@razak_dawood) May 6, 2021
SAPM Shahbaz Gill was also pleased with the massive accomplishment. Taking to Twitter, Gill said that as a result of this growth, Pakistan has entered the global market, which will result in billions of dollars in investment and job opportunities.
پاکستان کی تاریخ میں جو کام پچھلے دس سال سے نا ہوسکا وہ بالآخر موجودہ حکومت نے کر دکھایا۔
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
— Dr. Shahbaz GiLL (@SHABAZGIL) May 5, 2021
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