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Business & Investment
- Maricann completes first shipment of cannabis to Germany.
- LGC Capital announces supply of 500kg of dried cannabis to Swiss cultivator Virdi.
- Beverage giant Constellation Brands pours €3.4 billion into Canopy Growth.
- Aurora Cannabis ships mother plants to Denmark to begin cultivation at Aurora Nordic.
- IsCann announces strategic alliance with Veritas.
- German market accounted for €3 million of Canopy’s €22.1 million Q1 growth.
- GW Pharma stock stalls after revealing Epidiolex pricing.
- The Channel Island of Guernsey could soon establish a thriving hemp industry.
- More studies find legalising cannabis leads to a decline in alcohol sales.
Regulation & Politics
- UN launches first formal review of the legal status of cannabis in international law.
- Maltese activist group speaks out against government’s stance on recreational cannabis.
- Finnish pharmacy threatened with €50,000 for marketing cannabis products.
- Latvian Health Minister suggests Latvia’s society is not ready for cannabis legalisation.
Health & Science
- Roadside saliva tests for cannabis use may be inaccurate.
- Cannabis could prove to be a powerful treatment for inflammatory bowel diseases.
- Study finds male tobacco smokers see brain-wide reduction in CB1 receptors.
- Auscann completes successful trial of stable, orally administered cannabis medicine.
- FSD Pharma and SciCann launch research program is Israel.
- New drug approval could see improved research into cannabis treatments for autism.
- American dispensary chain MedMen releases €3.5 million ad campaign.
- Aurora completes acquisition of Anandia Laboratories.
- Avicanna Inc. acquires majority stake in Colombian medical cannabis firm.
- Pure Global Cannabis announces expansion into Latin America.
- Medical cannabis is legal in Hawaii, but patient access remains limited.
- Puerto Rico launches online portal for medical cannabis licence registration.
- Harborside announce €175 million reverse takeover plan with Lineage Grow Co.
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The European Cannabis Report
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