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- Greece issues first two medical cannabis licences, with 12 more expected this year.
- Diminishing regulatory barriers are creating investment opportunities in Europe.
- Israel’s cannabis export law heads to parliament after months of regulatory gridlock.
- French political party opposes drug use fines and suggests legalising cannabis.
- The Academy of Medical Cannabis set to provide requisite education for UK doctors.
- Finnish patients are still finding it difficult to access medical cannabis.
- A new report finds that legalising cannabis could create 92,000 jobs in Spain.
- ICC International secures Portuguese hemp licence with 100% acquisition of Enigma.
- Bill to legalise cannabis in Mexico is expected to move forward without opposition.
- Aurora closes $290 million acquisition of ICC Labs.
- Organto Foods acquires 100% of Colombian company Medicannabis.
- How cannabis legalisation in Canada affects Latin American drug policy.
- Concerns among growers as St. Vincent and the Grenadines discuss cannabis bill.
- New Zealand Justice Minister says cannabis referendum details will be released this year.
- MP’s bid to legalise recreational cannabis in Victoria, Australia.
- Canada’s MYM Nutraceuticals set to acquire 49% of Australian firm, Sumark Growth.
- How growing medical cannabis could help to revive a Maori community in New Zealand.
- Bod Australia obtains export licence for cannabis-based sublingual wafer.
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