Only a small portion of bonuses that American International Group executives promised to give back has been returned, said the special inspector general of the U.S. government's Troubled Asset Relief Program. After New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo threatened to publicly release the names of those getting bonuses, executives at AIG Financial Products offered to return about $45 million before the end of the year. With only a few days left in 2009, about $19 million has been returned to the company.

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