In recent decades, there have been major changes in the structure of world exports of goods, due to changes in the production base and the consumption system. These changes could not but lead to changes in the range of imported and exported goods. The modern world economy allows also developing countries to represent their products in world markets. In the 60-70s years of the last century, the global export of finished products was greatly increased. Such a leap is due to the strengthened capabilities of the industry. In the structure of world exports of goods, processed products were much more prevalent. Thus, in the commodity structure of exports of developing countries since 1988, the manufacturing industry has been steadily leading. Only African countries are excluded (18.4%) and Middle East countries (27.2%). These changes have enabled developing countries to take their places in international trade and slightly to push the Western monsters that have been developing their export niches for centuries.
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