An announcement was made on May 6 by Abdul Razzaq Dawood, Advisor to the Prime Minister on Commerce and Investment.
Abdul Razzaq Dawood Wrote in his tweet
Abdul Razzaq Dawood wrote in his tweet: 'Finally we succeeded.
Amazon will add Pakistan to its 'sellers list' in the next few days.
We've been talking to Amazon for the last year and now it's happening.
This is a great opportunity for our young generation, our small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and women entrepreneurs.
Later, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan himself commented on the news in his tweet, saying, One of the major developments is that Amazon has finally allowed our merchants to export Asia through its system.
When contacted News Media to confirm the news, a company spokesman replied via email that Amazon has always sought to increase the number of its partners in orderto expand its business.
So that people around the world can grow their business.
We do not speculate about the future, nor do we have anything to say about it.
However, Commerce Ministry sources told that Amazon has confirmed the inclusion ofPakistan in the list and this will happen in the next few days.
According to sources, the reason for the government's earlier announcement was thatbusinesses that want to join the sellers' list should start their preparations asit is a golden opportunity to grow.