Colombia

Colombia, Mexico, Paraguay

Latin America: Can Cannabis Mitigate the Economic Devastation of the Pandemic?

Lawmakers in hard-hit Colombia, Mexico, and Paraguay see big benefits if leaders don’t tarry.

Colombia

Colombia: Global Expectations, But Not For the Small Farmer

Many small farmers here would like to grow cannabis legally, but a rigid bureaucracy and stiff financial requirements are fencing them out.

Colombia

Colombia: A Serious Push for Adult-Use Cannabis

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.

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Colombia: Medical Cannabis May Get a Boost—and “a Little Squeeze”

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.

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“Investments That Generate Hope”: Inside Colombia’s Canadian Cannabis Boom

The nation has seen an influx of investment from Canadian cannabis companies, set in motion by its previous president. Will a new administration keep the momentum?