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AIG has been selling off assets to pay off $150 billion in taxpayer supported loans that it secured to keep the company liquid after massive losses sustained by the conglomerate’s Financial Products business.

In September the company announced the sale of AIG-Financial Products’ 50 percent interest in London City Airport to Stamford, Conn.-based Global Infrastructure Partners of New York and London for an undisclosed amount. Some reports said the price may have been as high as $750 million.

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