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U.S. President Barack Obama will ask Congress for $26 million and at least 50 people for a new panel to investigate unfair trade practices by nations including China, whose Vice President Xi Jinping is scheduled to arrive today for a U.S. visit.

The 2013 budget proposal Obama will submit to Congress today contains funds for an Interagency Trade Enforcement Center that would monitor and enforce trade agreements and laws, according to an administration official. Obama announced his intention to create the panel, which would include lawyers, researchers, analysts and agents supported by the Commerce Department and U.S. Trade Representative, in his Jan. 24 State of the Union speech.

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