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What is the Definition of Rate Regulation?

What is the Definition of Rate Regulation?

The process by which states monitor insurance companies’ rate changes, done either through prior approval or open competition models. (See Open competition states; Prior approval states)

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What is the Definition of Rate Regulation?

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