President-elect Barack Obama is planning to use the remaining $350 billion in Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) funds to prevent foreclosures, impose tough conditions on companies that receive government help, and thaw credit markets.

Lawrence Summers, director-designate of the National Economic Council, outlined the President-elect's request for the final tranche of TARP money in a letter Monday to Congressional leaders.

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