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"We continue to make progress in helping the Treasury and taxpayers recoup their investment in AIG," says AIG's President and CEO Robert Benmosche.

WASHINGTON (AP) — American International Group Inc. has paid the federal government $2.15 billion this week after selling off a life insurance subsidiary, trimming its financial bailout balance to roughly $51 billion.

The Treasury Department said Thursday that the repayment comes from AIG’s sale of its Nan Shan Life Insurance Co. in Taiwan. AIG has now paid back $11.4 billion of the $68 billion in bailout funds it received from the government at the height of the 2008 financial crisis.

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