The Greek National Herald report; growing cultivation of medical marijuana and exports will be bolstered by the New Democracy government keen to get the economy going after being driven down hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. A proposal presented by Development and Investments Minister Adonis Georgiadis at a cabinet meeting showed the cannabis would not be subject to the same laws as that sold domestically, which must follow the existing legislation calling for approval by the Hellenic Organization of Pharmaceuticals, said Kathimerini. Exported products will be solely subject to the laws in the country importing them, the scheme at boosting production and exports, especially in view of increased interest by investors, the report added. It came after Kaya Holdings, the first U.S. publicly traded company to vertically integrate cannabis retail, cultivation, and processing, said its Greek venture named Dimitris Bouras the Lead Engineer, and his firm, Whitestone for the company’s planned operation in Thebes, said AccessWire.

Sean Hocking, Cannabis Law Report, 01/31/2021 22:59:00

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