AIG Global Investment Corp., an arm of American International Group Inc., announced that it has gotten initial approval to set up an asset management venture in China.

AIG is to own 33% of the $12.1 million joint venture with China’s Huatai Securities. Foreign companies like the Dutch insurance and banking giant ING and France’s Societe Generale have already established joint ventures in China to sell mutual funds.

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