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Nearly a year after the two companies first launched the deal that would combine them into a single entity, the last holdout against the CVS Health-Aetna merger has finally given in, and the $69 billion merger between the two behemoths is set to close this week.
According to Modern Healthcare, New York—one of the last holdouts against the deal—gave the merger a go-ahead, under several conditions, including limits on health insurance premium increases as well as a promise to invest in insurance education and enrollment activities.
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