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PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, American International Group’s auditor when its price-fixing and accounting scandals erupted, has agreed to pay $97.5 million to settle claims by three Ohio state pension funds that invested in AIG.

The office of Ohio Attorney General Nancy Rogers said Friday that the firm’s agreement to settle investors’ claims in securities litigation against AIG will be one of the 10-highest settlements to be paid by an accounting firm to settle a securities fraud class-action.

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