The U.S. insurance giant AIG is still trying to sell its Asian life insurance unit. AIG says the sale would be a major step toward paying back the federal government for at least part of the huge bailout it received. The British financial services company Prudential had agreed to a $35 billion deal but was forced back to negotiations after investors balked at the price tag.
Price Negotiations Stall Prudential-AIG Deal
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