Global pharmacy giant Walgreens Boots Alliance, declined to buy his plans, the American rivals of Rite Aid.
To buy instead, Walgreens has agreed 2,186 Rite Aid stores and several distribution centers for $5.2 billion ($4bn).
Walgreens’ proposed acquisition of Rite Aid for the first time, it was announced in October 2015.
But there is resistance from the competition authorities be authorized, as he had seen chains a tie-up of the first-and third-largest U.S. pharmacy.
“We believe that this new transaction addressed addresses competition concerns with respect to the prior to the transaction,” said Walgreens chief executive Stefano Pessina.