We all are aware of the difficulties we face when we want to transfer money from abroad to here. The tension is endless, and often we don’t get the amount which we were expecting.
PayPal is a company which transfers money easily in a short period without many difficulties. But rumors were being spread that PayPal might not come to Pakistan.
Finance Minister Addressed The Issue in a Press Conference
During a press conference, Finance Minister of Pakistan Asad Umer said that PayPal is most likely to enter the Pakistani markets and we are not stopping it.
He said that he sent a message to the CEO of PayPal and had insisted that it was important to launch it in Pakistan. He also cleared the matter that no department of Government has halted the launch of PayPal in Pakistan.
He cleared all these misunderstandings while he was addressing in a press conference. He further added that he knew what difficulties are faced by the youngsters who are working from home.
What problems they come across when they don’t have an effective online payment system.
Asad also said that it is an excellent source of income for those who are working from home. He has taken upon himself to look into this matter, and he will surely bring PayPal to Pakistan.
He is even willing to fly to America to meet with the associated people of PayPal for a meeting in this regard.
He further informed that another online transaction system AliPay has bought the majority of stakes in Telenor Bank.
This step will surely benefit digital banking in Pakistan, and it will help in betterment as well. Let me remind you that AliPay is a part of the famous online website Alibaba.