The Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) is now the first government agency to make the WeChat service available.
It said in a news statement that the initiative is a part of its continuous efforts to promote digitization and improve user experience, and that the WeChat service would assist Chinese investors in setting up businesses in Pakistan quickly and efficiently.
It also mentioned how customers might utilize WeChat to immediately contact SECP staff in Mandarin for information on names, availability, and firm incorporation.
WeChat usage is already widespread in nations like Singapore and Malaysia and is going to spread to Europe and South America.
Users of SECP’s WeChat Service will be able to send and receive money, documents, photos, and messages to receive comprehensive support. You can reach the service at any time by calling 0306 9365625 or using the WeChat ID “SECPAK” to speak with an SECP facilitation officer directly.