American International Group, Inc. (AIG) has issued a statement challenging assertions that it may have to absorb around $30 billion more in write downs because of the way the company accounts for its securities.

A report in Bloomberg News–citing analysts and representatives of other companies that sold securities similar to the ones in question–stated that AIG may “value some of its positions at levels that don’t reflect distress in the markets.”

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