Colombia

Thu
20
Jun

Public cannabis consumption now allowed in Colombia: Is full marijuana legalization next?

It’s been seven years since Colombia decriminalized the possession of small amounts of cannabis and other illicit drugs, and about three years since the South American country legalized medical cannabis – and while home cultivation for personal use is allowed, recreational cannabis remains illegal to date.
Tue
18
Jun

Five ways to play the emerging global cannabis industry, from Colombia to Denmark

Since recreational cannabis was legalized in Canada in October 2018, most investors looking to catch a ride on the green wave, bumpy as it may be, have focussed on the opportunities available at home and in the United States. But while Canada may have taken the biggest leap into the legal realm, it is not the only country in which attitudes toward cannabis are changing. Here’s a look at five internationally focussed stocks that investors can look to for exposure to the emerging global cannabis industry.

Tue
11
Jun

Blueberries and SLANG Worldwide enter into strategic partnership for Colombia and Argentina

Blueberries Medical Corp. (CSE: BBM) (OTCQB: BBRRF) (FRA: 1OA) (“Blueberries“), a leading Latin American licensed producer of medicinal cannabis and cannabis-derived products and SLANG Worldwide Inc. (CSE: SLNG), (

Fri
07
Jun

Why Colombia poses a threat to cannabis stocks

Tue
28
May

Agriculture Technology Transforming Latin America’s Medical Cannabis Market

Latin America’s medical cannabis market may be a perfect fit for agriculture technology like precision irrigation.

Fri
17
May

We visited some cannabis grows in Colombia to figure out if the hype is real

If you’ve been keeping up with the state of the international cannabis industry, then you’ve probably heard of Colombia being poised as the next major hub for cannabis exports.

With the perfect climate and geography for cultivation, low production costs, a vast network of experienced professionals in the field (illegal experience is still experience!), and the green-light from the INCB (International Narcotics Control Board) to grow and export over 25 percent of the world’s total production quota (40.5 tonnes), Colombia has had investors drooling over the chance to break into the world’s next star in the realm of legal cannabis.

Mon
13
May

Hemp as change agent in former Colombian war zone

INTERVIEW: Avelino Martinez Sandoval, CEO at ApagroCOL S.A.S., works with the Colombian national government’s Territorial Renewal Agency (ART), which advances rural reform in the areas most affected by Colombia’s armed conflict. Sandoval works on economic development initiatives that uplift rural communities and indigenous peoples, within the framework of peace agreements between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).

 

Wed
08
May

Is Colombia poised to become the Saudi Arabia of cannabis?

The strife-torn South American nation of Colombia has embarked on an ambitious undertaking to reinvigorate its weak economy and reduce its dependence on oil by becoming a leading global producer of medical marijuana products. For a wide variety of reasons, this may not be as daunting as it seems. Colombia, by virtue of its equatorial climate and natural diversity, possesses a significant comparative advantage over Canada and other jurisdictions where cultivation is legal.

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