It is true that interception enables unfair commercial advantage for those who have access to the results. We have documentary evidence of France and the US using their apparatus in precisely this way. It's easy to find arguments that any government that can do so, should, to "help its people compete". Once such access exists -- and it is even more useful against less well-connected domestic competition -- offering it amounts to bribery, and threatening to withhold it is (again) extortion.
I say "use", not "misuse", because the latter assumes what has not been established.