The federal government and beleaguered American International Group Inc. are considering a plan to split the company into at least three separate divisions, according to the Financial Times.

Citing sources close to the situation, the paper said the radical restructuring would entail the government trading its current 80% ownership in AIG for stakes in three new companies carved out of the financial services conglomerate.

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