Pakistan has forwarded the list of authorized sellers dealing in surgical goods, sports goods, and home textile sector.
Pakistan’s e-commerce industry is all set to flourish by registering the country’s leading exporters with Amazon. The U.S e-commerce giant accepted the offer of registering 38 exporters from Pakistan on its platform.
The country has forwarded the list of authorized sellers dealing in surgical goods, sports goods, and the home textile sector.
The arrangement was stated last week by the adviser to the PM on Commerce and Investment, Abdul Razzak Dawood, while chairing a meeting with the National e-Commerce Council. During the meeting, a short video message by the Director-General of the World Trade Organization was shared where he appreciated the e-commerce policies of Pakistan.
A video message from the Director General-WTO, Mr. Roberto Azevêdo, appreciating Pakistan’s first-ever e-Commerce Policy being a step in the right direction.https://t.co/0VzWkiT6MR@aliya_hamza @PTVNewsOfficial @appcsocialmedia @razak_dawood @pid_gov #EmergingPakistan
— Emerging Pakistan (@Emergingpk) June 18, 2020
Abdul Razzak Dawood also spoke about the progress of the e-commerce policy since October 2019. He highlighted the efforts of both the public and private sectors in the successful implementation of the policy.
The advisor added that the Ministry of Commerce would continue to engage with the foreign exchange of the country while exploring a new market for merchants. In this regard, the registration of Pakistani sellers with Amazon is a new milestone.