The companies that owed the largest amounts as of Dec. 31 include:
— American International Group Inc., New York, $50 billion.
— General Motors Co., Detroit, $25.4 billion.
— Ally Financial Inc., former finance arm of GM, Detroit, $11.9 billion.
— Regions Financial Corp., Birmingham, Ala., $3.5 billion.
— Zions Bancorporation, Salt Lake City, $1.4 billion.
— Synovus Financial Corp., Columbus, Ga., $967.9 million.
— Popular Inc., Hato Rey, Puerto Rico, $935 million.
— First Bancorp, San Juan, Puerto Rico, $400 million.
— M&T Bank Corp., Buffalo, N.Y., $381.5 million.
— Sterling Financial Corp., Spokane, Wash., $303 million.
— Citizens Republic Bancorp Inc., Flint, Mich., $300 million.
— First Banks Inc., Clayton, Mo., $295.4 million.
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