By  on June 10, 2009

WASHINGTON — The House Appro-priations Committee approved a $64.4 billion spending bill Tuesday that would boost the budgets of the nation’s two top trade agencies and also recommended the Obama administration increase funding for China enforcement offices and trade remedy oversight.

The committee approved the bill by voice vote and sent it to the full House, which is slated to take it up on Tuesday. The Senate will also craft its own spending bill for these agencies and the two bills will then have to be reconciled in conference.

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