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$132.9 billion is still owed to taxpayers from companies who have not repaid them since the financial bailout, according to the Associated Press. As of Dec. 31, these are the companies who owe the most. Some of this money will never be recovered, according to the article.

American International Group Inc.
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Location: New York
Amount: $50 billion

General Motors Co.
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Location: Detriot
Amount: $25.4 billion

Ally Financial Inc.

Former finance arm of GM
Location: Detroit
Amount: $11.9 billion

Regions Financial Corp.

Location: Birmingham, Ala.
Amount: $3.5 billion

Zions Bancorporation

Location: Salt Lake City
Amount: $1.4 billion

Synovus Financial Corp.

Location: Columbus, Ga.
Amount: $967.9 million

Popular Inc.
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Location: Hato Rey, Puerto Rico
Amount: $935 million

First Bancorp

Location: San Juan, Puerto Rico
Amount: $400 million

M&T Bank Corp.
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Location: Buffalo, N.Y.
Amount: $381.5 million

Sterling Financial Corp.

Location: Spokane, Wash.
Amount: $303 million

Citizens Republic Bancorp Inc.
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Location: Flint, Mich.
Amount: $300 million

First Banks Inc.
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Location: Clayton, Mo.
Amount: $295.4 million