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International Cannabis Weekly: 354

June 21, 2024

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DUTCH CANNABIS EXPERIMENT EXPANDED TO EIGHT NEW CITIES COUNTRYWIDE 

Initially launched last year in the municipalities of Tilburg and Breda the country’s four-year cannabis experiment has entered its next stage.

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U.S. CANNABIS SALES COULD SURPASS FOODSTUFFS LIKE BEEF THIS YEAR

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MARYLAND GOVERNOR PARDONS 175,000+ PEOPLE WITH CANNABIS CONVICTIONS

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Europe
  • Countdown to Cannabis Europa: World’s largest cannabis companies to descend on London on 25-26 June.
  • Curaleaf International’s strategic moves in Europe: Exclusive insights from head, Juan Martinez.
  • The door is now open for cannabis companies on the Isle of Man as it seeks to home 10 businesses this year.
  • Prohibition Partners to launch new bespoke data and analysis packages at Cannabis Europa.
  • Dutch Minister announces expansion of medicinal cannabis policy with amendment to Opium Act.
  • Script Assist launches SaaS offering for its platform announcing Jersey’s MediCann as first partner.

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LATAM & The Caribbean
  • Federal Commission for the Protection against Sanitary Risks (COFEPRIS) in Mexico authorises hemp cultivation.
  • Colombian industry faces serious challenges with 40% of companies closing in the last seven years.
  • The Plenary of the Federal Supreme Court in Brazil to make a judgement on criminalisation of cannabis possession.
  • The second hemp licence has been granted in Mexico, but a law establishing regulations is still not in place.

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APAC
  • Tilray Medical announces the launch of Broken Coast EU-GMP certified medical cannabis products in Australia.
  • Endoca to start distributing products in Australia next month, nine months after it split from local partner.
  • In Polynesia, a father has been acquitted for treating his son with medical cannabis for severe epilepsy.
  • Tasmanian government working to simplify things for hemp producers after a review of state’s Industrial Hemp Act.

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