Through its Polish subsidiary Pharmacann Polska, PHCANN International opened an indoor cannabis nursery in Skopje with a floor area of no less than 17,800 square meters. PHCANN calls itself a ‘vertically integrated, multinational pharmaceutical cannabis company’, and that includes its own cannabis factories of course. Even though they are not yet allowed to join the EU for the time being in Northern Macedonia, the cannabis grown there is intended for European consumers (and for ‘other global markets that allow legal medicinal cannabis’, according to the company). PHCANN expects to obtain this EU GMP certification in 2021. More than 15,000 kilos of cannabis are expected to be harvested annually A maximum of 15,500 kilos of cannabis buds per year can be grown there in Skopje. That will be exported partly in ‘herbal form’ (just as buds), and partly as oil all over the world.

Sean Hocking, Cannabis Law Report, 11/26/2020 20:32:55

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