By seeking more information from foreign governments, the U.S. could have borne less of the financial risks related to the rescue of the American International Group, a watchdog report said Thursday.

"If the U.S. government had gathered more information about which countries' institutions would most benefit from some of its actions, it might have been able to ask those countries to share the pain of rescue," the Congressional Oversight Panel wrote in its latest report.

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