عنوان مقاله [English]
After the Second World War, developing countries that were going to plan an economic development course encountered the privileged position of developed countries in various fields related to economic development and realized their own disadvantages in those areas. Therefore, by various means including UN help, they tried to obligate developed countries so they should specially and non-reciprocally implement measures for their benefit.The special treatments expected by developing countries that have been repetitively and continuously brought up by the UN are: amending the structure of global economy, suitable pricing for exports of preliminary goods, removing tariff-/non-tariff-based barriers, market access, financing development and technology transfer. Developed countries, notwithstanding some exceptions, have not accepted non-reciprocally any binding obligation related to the kinds of aforementioned treatments; but have volunteered to do so. Positive consequences of those attempts have been trivial compared to under-developed world requirements. Albeit, some developing countries have been able to exploit the situation in a better way with desirable management. Developing countries must rely on their own potentials for economic development not on the aids of other countries. Documents and library based methodology were used in this study which is descriptive and analytical.