This article first appeared on MassLive.com.

Combined defense and aerospace giants Raytheon and United Technologies will be headquartered in Massachusetts — not Connecticut.

Good news for the state, but what will be the impact of the merger, announced Monday, of the two companies into one company with an estimated $74 billion in sales for 2019 have in Western Massachusetts where many who work at UTC’s Connecticut factories and offices live and where small machine shops make components that…

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