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Business & Investment
- International companies are looking to European markets for growth.
- Final 15 tickets remaining for Cannabis Europa next Tuesday.
- Maricann acquires Malta-based cannabis producer Medican Holdings for €8.5 million.
- Epidiolex hopes to give GW Pharmaceuticals a boost in global markets.
- Aurora agrees to buy Medreleaf for €1.9b in the largest cannabis merger to date.
- Nuuvera Deutschland acquires 25% stake in Berlin-based Shöneberg Hospital.
- Irish company FutureNeuro begins development of cannabis-based epilepsy treatment.
- Canadian cannabis companies look abroad as consolidation continues at home.
- Colombian cannabis companies are preparing to join the Canadian stock exchange.
- The UK’s first non profit CBD shop opens in Edinburgh.
Regulation & Politics
- UK drugs minister accused of hypocrisy after husband’s stake in cannabis farm revealed.
- Royal College of Nursing votes for legalisation of medical cannabis.
- The UK produced over 95 tonnes of legal cannabis in 2016.
- Danish opposition stands firm against cannabis after calls for drug reform.
- How much longer can the UK ignore the cannabis debate?
- Asian markets are beginning to open as Thailand plans to legalise medical cannabis.
- Is Sweden’s zero-tolerance approach to drugs failing?
Health & Science
- Recreational cannabis users consume less alcohol and medication.
- Athletes are bucking the cannabis stereotype with CBD oil.
- The vast majority of physicians are uneducated about cannabis treatments.
- CBD is developing a whole new category of cannabis consumers.
- Researchers have developed a faster test for cannabis quality.
Prohibition Partners is excited to announce the launch of ‘Medical Cannabis in Europe – The GMP Standards Guide’, in association with Orion GMP Solutions.
Globally, cannabis stakeholders are looking to Europe for growth. If Europe is to develop an international cannabis industry, medical programmes, industry regulators and licensed producers must adhere to EU manufacturing guidelines.
Our GMP Standards Guide is used by manufacturers and legislators to understand the complex network of regulations that will shape the European cannabis market.
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