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Deals wrap: Exiting AIG

October 1, 2010

The logo of American International Group (AIG) is seen at their offices in New York in this file photograph from September 18, 2008.  REUTERS/Eric Thayer/Files AIGs exit plan with the government is good for the company but  taxpayers may not be getting an equally good deal, writes columnist Richard Beales. *View column *View graphic *View WSJ report on how the exit plan was formed

Chinese refiner Sinopec will buy 40 percent of Repsol’s Brazilian arm for $7.1 billion. *View article *View factbox on China’s M&A activity

“Tucked away in a basement in London’s exclusive Mayfair district is a hedge fund manager investing entirely in raw materials, one of a small band trading commodity spreads and making big money in the process,” writes Christopher Johnson and Joe Brock. *View analysis

Private equity has experienced a comeback, but some issues will need to be addressed to maintain the momentum, writes The New York Times. *View NYT article

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