By and  on February 2, 2010

WASHINGTON — President Obama proposed more money for trade enforcement and export promotion but called for the elimination of a program for wool manufacturers in the $3.83 trillion federal budget he submitted to Congress on Monday.

Obama decreased the outlay for the office of the U.S. Trade Representative, which is responsible for negotiating foreign trade pacts, by $1 million to $48 million.

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