As insurance giant AIG (NYSE:AIG) tries to maintain its momentum and spark growth, it's been making big moves in China. But, with the country's economy slowing, and concerns of strict economic reforms ahead, investors may be concerned that AIG has made the wrong bet. In this video, Motley Fool contributor Jessica Alling explains why all may not be lost for AIG, and how investors should look ahead.
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