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Business & Investment
- Maricann and San Martino plan to enter into cannabis joint venture in Italy.
- Kaneh Bosm acquires Danish cannabis cultivator Danavian Cannabis Ltd.
- Israel’s Together to buy control of an unnamed German cannabis company.
- Hemp & medical cannabis companies are investing over €255 million in Greece.
- Forbes reports Germany, Switzerland and the UK as most overlooked cannabis markets.
- Israeli startup InnoCan raises €717,000 via a crowdfunding campaign.
- Wales’ first CBD dispensary opens in Swansea.
- How marketers are navigating cannabis branding.
Regulation & Politics
- Germany increases imports from the Netherlands to cope with medical cannabis demand.
- The majority of French health professionals are in favour of medical cannabis.
- Hemp cultivation in Italy is revitalising the ailing agriculture industry.
- Irish girl living with epilepsy now ‘pharma-free’ after cannabis licence granted.
Health & Science
- Largest study to date suggests cannabis use does not cause schizophrenia.
- A single dose of CBD reduces psychotic symptoms and normalises brain activity
- Evidence suggests cannabis is not a performance enhancing drug in elite athletes.
- New study shows cannabis’ powerful symptom relief in a number of health conditions.
- New Zealand awards first license for medical cannabis cultivation.
- American cannabis market expected to see growth after incorporation of online retailers.
- Tilray selected by Nova Scotia Liquor Corp. to supply adult-use cannabis.
- Valens GroWorks signs supply and extraction deal with Colombian producer Eticann.
- After a wave of consolidation, the cannabis industry rises to the next level.
- Regulation poses a unique threat to California’s booming cannabis industry.
- Cannabis users are being turned away from jobs in the American cannabis industry.
- Canadian cannabis consumer spending grew 1.2% in Q2.
- [Video] Tilray releases its first earnings report since going public.
- [Video] Beverage industry deals are igniting the cannabis space.
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The European Cannabis Report
Prohibition Partners are pleased to announce the release of the 3rd Edition of The European Cannabis Report™. The report explores the medical, recreational, and industrial cannabis industries across 28 key European states. Identifying the commercial, legal, and social trends affecting the European market, the report provides a detailed analysis into what will become the world’s largest cannabis market.
European Country Panel
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