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Jamaica One Step Closer to Implementing its first Cannabis Import Export Regulations.

Calling Farmers | October 2, 2019
Jamaica’s cannabis industry has been growing steadily since 2015 when the country made it legal for the plant to be used for religious and medicinal purposes. To date, 54 entities have been granted a license to operate in the industry, regulated by the Cannabis Licensing Authority (CLA). The industry is now one step closer to having local players enter the international market. This as the first draft of the cannabis import and export regulations is now ready for final review.
Presenter: Andrae Palmer
Producer: Andrae Palmer
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