Pakistan has finally been added to Amazon’s list of registered selling countries.While the process will take 12–24 hours to complete, it will be up and running.Accounts can be opened with Pakistani information.
Aisha Moriani (Joint Secretary, Ministry of Commerce), Omer Gajial (Ex Amazon Category Development Head for Amazon North America division), and Shoaib Sarwar (deputy Consul General, Consulate General Pakistan, Los Angeles), as well as the NECC (National Ecommerce Council) team and Badar Khushnood from Pakistan, deserve a standing ovation for their efforts.
They’ve been working around the clock to get Pakistan added to Amazon’s authorised sellers list, and it’s paid off!
Since more sellers will visit the site than ever before, this landmark will significantly change the game and usher in a new period of economic development.
Abdul Razak Dawood, the Prime Minister’s Adviser on Commerce and Investment, had previously stated that the trend of e-commerce had accelerated in recent years as a result of the growth and easy accessibility of the internet.
He went on to say that the importance of e-commerce had risen dramatically as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, making it an incredibly important field of the economy.Now that Pakistan has been added to Amazon’s approved sellers list, all one can do is pray and hope for the country’s growth to take a positive turn.
Let’s hope Pakistanis don’t pull another “doozy” on Amazon as they have on other local marketplaces!