CNCA is a family owned medical and recreational marijuana dispensary based in Kelowna British Columbia. Since 2004 CNCA has fought for recognition of providing Hemp for ailments as an alternative to chemicals. CNCA produces organic grade strains which have specific body altering ...
Israeli Parliament Approves Export of Medical Cannabis Hours Before Dissolving
Israel will join the Netherlands and Canada as nations that allow the legal export of medical cannabis.
The Israeli Knesset, or Parliament, gave its final approval to a long-awaited, controversial law to allow the export of medical marijuana abroad, joining the Netherlands and Canada as nations in allowing the legal export of medical cannabis.
Among the countries eager to trade with Israel include Australia, Germany, Austria and Mexico, according to Forbes.
Israel is perfectly positioned to enter and disrupt the medical cannabis market that is expected to soar to $33 billion worldwide in the next 5 years, Saul Kaye, CEO of iCAN, an Israeli medical cannabis company, said in ....
Marlboro maker, Cronos join forces in exclusive CA$2.4 billion deal to tap global cannabis opportunities
Altria Group, one of the largest tobacco companies in North America, has agreed to invest 2.4 billion Canadian dollars $1.8 billion in Ontario-based cannabis producer Cronos Group the most significant foray by Big Tobacco into the rapidly growing cannabis industry to date.
Altria also agreed to make Cronos its exclusive partner for international cannabis opportunities.
The entry of Altria owner of Marlboro maker Philip Morris USA and an investor in alcohol giant Anheuser-Busch InBev is another major milestone for the marijuana sector, coming on the heels of Constellati....
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