Indonesia has big plans for its e-commerce ambitions and those plans involve Pakistan. According to Ambassador of Indonesia to Pakistan Adam Mulawarman Tugio, the Far East Asian country has set a target of $50 billion e-commerce trade with Pakistan by 2025.
As reported by Profit by Pakistan Today, the Indonesia envoy believes that there is ample opportunity for e-commerce trade to flourish between the two countries.
“There are vast opportunities in e-commerce trade between Pakistan and Indonesia, which will increase bilateral trade and investment opportunities on both sides,” Tugio said.
The ambassador pointed out the vast youthful sectors of both country’s populations and said that they can make their mark in the global e-commerce trade and create abundant employment opportunities for themselves.
Tugio highlighted the scale of e-commerce as well, stating that the global retail e-commerce sales in 2020 stood at an astronomical $4.28 trillion and is expected to go over…