The country is partnering with Harvard to research and develop “high-quality” strains of medical cannabis, aiming to "transform and diversify the Jamaican national economy.”
Stock exchanges in Canada, Australia, and Jamaica talk to Cannabis Wire about how closely they’re watching US cannabis legislation that could change the international economic landscape.
The International Cannabis Bar Association hosted discussions on the interplay between countries that have tightly-regulated cannabis laws, and more lax ones.
Cannabis Wire co-founder interviews Barrington Miller, CSE director of listed client services, at the ArcView Group’s investor forum.
Adults can currently possess up to 20 grams of cannabis for personal use, but they have no legal means to obtain it. A new bill seeks to fix that discrepancy.
Amid mounting licensing delays, the government aims to make the country more business-friendly, while maintaining its resolve not to become a mere source for raw material, and to protect smaller cultivators.
The production of cannabis products in Paraguay has the potential to help patients avoid the need to import costly products from abroad.
On the eve of the Israeli election, Cannabis Wire editor Alyson Martin spoke with Israel Cannabis (iCAN) founder Saul Kaye about why the industry is closely watching the US.
The Assembly of First Nations aired challenges and concerns at its first-ever National Cannabis Summit.
A bill under discussion would cap foreign investment and also give land to locals for cultivation.
Senator Julio Menchaca Salazar said his bill was meant to complement the other nine under consideration.
In the US, the FDA is once again gathering feedback. On the world stage, major players seem to disagree.
Economists see a step in the right direction; activists would like something bigger.
More than five years since legalizing cannabis for medical and adult use, the small country has yet to stabilize its supply.
The new ruling adds mounting pressure on Mexican lawmakers, who, despite the legalization of medical cannabis in 2017, have not created a pathway for patient access.
The debate surrounding the legalization—or even decriminalization—of cannabis in Barbados has been contentious.