A new report from the U.S. Treasury Department defends the controversial troubled asset relief program (TARP) and the assistance given to New York-based American International Group.
The report, "Troubled Asset Relief Program—Two Year Retrospective," concludes that had the Federal Reserve and Treasury not intervened to save AIG in September 2008, the results would have been catastrophic.
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