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business lobbies and, to some extent, influential individual firms.
It lobbies for national treatment for foreign-owned affiliates in the United States itself and, wh ile very supportive of the MAI, felt unable to take a high profile on it in Washington, leaving this to USCIB.
23] European business lobbies were less convinced that the OECD was the best forum for negotiation, with strong support for the WTO in some quarters.
It is important to recognize that these different attitudes of business lobbies were reflected in the corresponding government positions in the preliminary negotiations that followed.