American International Group Inc. Chairman and CEO Edward Liddy told the House Committee on Oversight and Government reform Wednesday that the company will likely need "three to five years" to carry out its restructuring plan, and repay taxpayer funds used to bail out the troubled giant, reports the New York Times.
The insurer has received more than $170 billion in aid from the government since its collapse last September.
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