House Banking Committee members are expected to grill Treasury officials Thursday about how well the government tracks U.S. currency circulating abroad.

To combat counterfeiting, a 1996 law required the Treasury to come up with a means for estimating how much U.S. money is in use in foreign countries. The Treasury submitted its plan in October to Rep. Spencer Bachus, R-Ala., who asked the General Accounting Office to review it.

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