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Business & Investment
- Canadian cannabis firms are looking to attract investment from European funds.
- Aurora Cannabis acquires Europe’s largest hemp producer.
- Germany is the fastest growing cannabis market in the world.
- Tilray exports cannabis oil to paediatric patient in the United Kingdom.
- Bonify signs supply agreement with German medical cannabis distributor.
- Namaste signs UK and EU CBD supply agreement with BlueSky Biologicals.
Regulation & Politics
- The French Medicines Agency will evaluate the country’s medical cannabis system.
- Members of the European Parliament will discuss cannabis proposals on October 1st.
- ACMD sends recommendations to Home Office on the definition of cannabis medicines.
- The Maltese public health office has granted 30 applications for medical cannabis.
- The Swiss government aims to make medical cannabis treatments more accessible.
- Scottish ministers will meet with campaigners to discuss medical cannabis legislation.
- UK think tank calls for cannabis legalisation to protect children.
- Aurora completes acquisition of ICC Labs in Uruguay in a deal worth €190 million.
- US tobacco supplier, Alliance One, set to invest in the burgeoning cannabis industry.
- Aphria signs wholesale supply agreement with Emblem Cannabis.
- Georgia confirms it is considering licensing medical cannabis cultivation for export.
- Auxly announces an international supply agreement with Aphria.
- US congressional panel to vote this week on expanding medical cannabis research.
- Cannabis infused drinks hit shelves this month in Uruguay.
- Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago plans to examine cannabis use legislation.
- Presidential hopeful says he will create a cannabis cultivation industry in Nigeria.
- Medical cannabis is opening the door to recreational legislation.
- Edibles are set to dominate the legal cannabis market in Canada.
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The European Cannabis Report
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European Country Panel
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