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The head of the federal agency that oversees corporate pensions is ratcheting up pressure on the parent of American Airlines to preserve the pension plans of the airline's 130,000 workers and retirees as it seeks to restructure in bankruptcy court.
A lawyer for AMR Corp., which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy-court protection in late November, has suggested publicly that the airline's pensions are too costly, and may need to be cut.

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