U.S. Chamber of Commerce


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U.S. Chamber of Commerce

An organization in the United States representing the interests of private businesses. It lobbies for legislation perceived to be favorable to business. For instance, it supports free trade and deregulation. It was established in 1912 and is based in Washington, D.C.
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