Impasse in Doha Development Agenda has been generating new alternatives which can drive a wedge between export and import prices and the role of trade facilitation policies in bridging that wedge has been recognized among economic and trade pundits. Trade facilitation is multi-faceted area which can shape the competitiveness of trade by interacting with multidimensional spheres of increasing complexity of trade by reducing trade transaction cost.In the case of Pakistan, its global share of export is decreasing since 1999 and export growth is stagnant. Many factors and policies are stayed responsible owing to external and internal environment, political and economic reasons and regional and national policies. Since 1970s, she has not prioritized trade development agenda especially trade facilitation measures aggressively. Many regional as well as East-Asian countries adopted trade facilitation measures vigorously besides trade policies and results have been yielded in the form of elevated share of their products in world markets. Trade facilitation measures particularly custom efficiency, port and logistic efficiency, regulatory environment and e-business usages apart from other traditional trade policies needs to be improved to enhance trade competitiveness in Pakistan.