Pakistan added to Amazon Sellers List

US e-commerce giant Amazon has finally added Pakistan to its approved seller list, announced Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce and Investment Abdul Razak Dawood on Twitter.

“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,” said Dawood.

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“An important milestone of e-Commerce policy achieved has been through teamwork by many people across the globe,” he said.


Pakistani sellers can now create their IDs on the e-commerce platform to sell their products worldwide.

Last year, Dawood announced that Pakistan is in the process of registering the country’s goods sellers with US e-commerce giant Amazon and has sent a list of 38 exporters for registration and finally it is happening.

He had mentioned that the initial list of 38 exporters would comprise surgical and sports goods, and home textile sectors and the list will be expanded to other sectors in the near future, after a successful trial of the shortlisted companies.

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Prime Minister Imran Khan’s aide Shahbaz Gill also took to Twitter to celebrate this groundbreaking milestone for Pakistan.

“Thank you Imran Khan,” said Gill.

Extreme Commerce, Pakistan’s leading e-commerce platform credited Aisha Morjanj Joint Secretary, Ministry of Commerce, Shoaib Sarwar, Deputy Consul General, Consulate General Pakistan, Los Angeles, Omer Gajial, Former Amazon Category Development Head for Amazon North America division, team members of NECC (National Ecommerce Council) and Badar Khushnood from Pakistan Software House Association for working on this project and getting Pakistan added in Amazon’s approved sellers’ list.


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