Amazon adds Pakistan to the Approved Selling Countries List
Sellers are thrilled! Don’t get your credit cards out just yet, buyers! Pakistan has finally been added to Amazon’s list of approved selling countries. Although the procedure may take 12–24 hours to complete, it will be up and running. Accounts can be opened with Pakistani information.
Aisha Moriani (Joint Secretary): A standing ovation to the people who made this remarkable feat possible.
Because more vendors will visit the platform than ever before, this milestone will significantly transform the game and usher in a new era of economic prosperity.
Further to my previous tweet, today @amazon has confirmed that Pakistan has been added to its Sellers’ List. It is a big accomplishment for our E-Commerce & will open up vast opportunities for a new breed of young men & women entrepreneurs. We congratulate everyone involved. pic.twitter.com/iZJxO4q1hB
— Abdul Razak Dawood (@razak_dawood) May 21, 2021
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 development and simple accessibility to the internet. He went on to say that the importance of e-commerce has expanded dramatically as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, making it an enormously important area of the economy.
Now that Pakistan has been added to Amazon’s approved seller’s list, all one can do is pray and hope for the country’s progress to take a favorable turn.
Let’s hope Pakistanis don’t pull another “doozy” on Amazon as they have on other local marketplaces!