The Treasury Department announced on Monday that it would unload its remaining shares of American International Group (AIG), the infamous insurance giant that received $182 billion in bailout money from the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP).

As part of the divestment plan, AIG will also sell its aircraft leasing business (ILFC) to a Chinese consortium.

The deal will give China “access to a global network of about 200 airlines in 80 countries.”

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