AIG Agrees to Repay Fed Credit Line in Treasury Deal
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AIG Agrees to Repay Fed Credit Line in Treasury Deal

Dec. 8 (Bloomberg) -- American International Group Inc. struck a deal to repay its Federal Reserve credit line as the insurer seeks independence from the government. AIG owed about $21 billion last week on the line, which was created in 2008 after regulators said a failure of the insurer would hobble the global economy. Bloomberg's Carol Massar, Matt Miller, Dominic Chu, Adam Johnson and Julie Hyman report. (Source: Bloomberg) (Bloomberg)

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