Why PayPal Is Ignoring Pakistan

According to the Asad Umar getting PayPal in Pakistan has been on the agenda of the current government since day one. But after a long drought of any news regarding the subject, many thought that the government was blocking PayPal’s entry. 

While addressing the ceremony at Chamber of Commerce, the finance minister, Asad Umar kill down the rumors and revealed that truth, they have been after PayPal for some time now.

“What you’ve been told about PayPal is completely wrong,” said the minister in response to a question. He added, “PayPal is neither stuck at my desk, nor the State Bank, nor any other government institution. The situation is actually reverse. We are [actually] chasing PayPal. I took this even though this issue is not directly related to me.”

Why PayPal was important for Pakistan 

Asad Umar said that the youth would directly benefit from PayPal’s arrival.

“I know that this is a fantastic source for the employment of our youth, our boys and girls who work from their homes. The nonavailability of PayPal or any other effective online payment system causes them a lot of problems.”

Other online payment systems

 They are working Hard on getting PayPal in Pakistan, they are also working with other online payment systems. He also talks about AliPay as their secondary option. 

“After PayPal, the second [biggest online payment system] in the world is AliPay, whose subsidiary is Ant Financial. This Ant Financial has acquired the majority shares of Telenor Bank, which previously used to be Tameer Bank. In my talks with them, they have assured me that among their first few projects will be an online payment system. So that [is also on the table] but we will keep on chasing PayPal as well.” 

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