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AIG to announce turnaround plan

CHARLOTTE, N.C.— American International Group Inc. said Sunday it is reviewing its operations and discussing possible options with outside parties to improve its business after a week when its stock dropped 45 percent amid concerns about the company’s financial underpinnings.

New York Insurance Superintendent Eric Dinallo and a representative of the state’s governor’s office have spent the weekend at AIG’s offices working with the company and others to craft a solution that protects policyholders.

AIG’s chief executive, Robert Willumstad, who took the reins on the world’s largest insurer in June, may announce a turnaround plan today, possibly involving the disposal of major assets including its aircraft-leasing business and other holdings, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday.

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