South America

Tue
14
May

Nations going to pot: Where cannabis is legal around the world, and where it isn’t

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Canada, the second nation to legalize recreational marijuana after Uruguay, appears to have had a global impact as more nations come on board.

New Zealand plans a referendum on legalization during next year’s election and Mexico also appears headed that way.

Luxembourg is poised to become the first European country to legalize recreational marijuana, and South Africa is moving in that direction. Israel’s Parliament approved a law allowing exports of medical marijuana. Thailand legalized medicinal use of marijuana, and other Southeastern Asian countries may follow South Korea’s lead in legalizing cannabidiol, or CBD

Tue
07
May

South America is a key cannabis market investors need to have exposure to

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During the last year, the Latin American cannabis market has been a major area of interest and this is a trend that we are excited about. When you compare the cost of cultivating cannabis in North America to Latin America, the economics associated with the Latin American opportunity are much more attractive and we are bullish on the growth prospects associated with this emerging market.

Fri
26
Apr

German company to begin importing medical cannabis from Latin America

A German cannabis wholesaler and distributor has announced that they have become the first European company to import medical cannabis products from Latin America for preliminary testing.

On Wednesday, Frankfurt-based Cansativa revealed that they would be importing a variety of cannabis flower and extract products from Uruguay and Colombia to be tested by independent German laboratories for heavy metals, pesticides, and other contaminants.

In 2013, Uruguay became the first country in the world to completely legalize marijuana, though sales did not begin until July of 2017.

Thu
18
Apr

These are the Countries most likely to legalize weed next

In October 2018, Canada became the second country after Uruguay—and the first G7 nation—to legalize the recreational use of cannabis. Led by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, politicians took the plunge largely to reduce underage access to weed.

So who's next? To formulate some well-educated predictions, we spoke to an ace team of weed experts who have been on the frontline of reform, from region to region, for decades. Come with us as we peek into our bud-crusted crystal ball:

Mon
15
Apr

Blueberries Medical to collaborate with the International Research Center on cannabis and mental health

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Blueberries Medical Corp. (CSE: BBM) (OTCQB: BBRRF) (FRA: 1OA) a Latin American licenced producer of medicinal cannabis and cannabis-derived products, has signed a definitive joint venture agreement (the “Agreement”) with the International Research Center on Cannabis and Mental Health (“IRCCMH” or the “Center”) for the development of medical education programs for physicians and patients in Latin America and product formulation.

Tue
09
Apr

Will medical cannabis sales eventually surpass recreational sales?

Many assume the recreational marijuana market will surpass medical cannabis but there are many reasons to suspect they will be proved wrong. Medical marijuana could become the bigger of the two within a few years thanks to three factors.

Here’s what entrepreneurs should know about the difference between these two markets, and how the cannabis industry’s astronomical growth could evolve differently than one might expect.

Tue
09
Apr

Khiron Life Sciences hires management team to lead Dixie Brands joint venture and continue market expansion strategy in Chile and Mexico

 

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Khiron Life Sciences Corp. (“Khiron” or the “Company”) (TSXV: KHRN), (OTCQB: KHRNF), (Frankfurt: A2JMZC), a vertically integrated cannabis leader with core operations in Latin America, today announced four key additions to its executive team to strengthen its market reach in Mexico and Chile, and implement its joint venture initiative with Dixie Brands, a partnership that will bring more than 100 market-leading Dixie brands to the Latin American market.

Fri
05
Apr

Muisca Group: Elevating Latinos in the Latin American cannabis market

Latin America is a global example in the deregulation of cannabis. Companies across the Americas are investing in states where legalization is at the forefront. Countries are courting investors and building communities to design and further deregulation initiatives.

Cannabis is a historical and cultural medicine for many communities across Latin America, and some governments, like Colombia, are seeking to elevate those communities and include them in the new booming economy.

Wed
03
Apr

Marijuana oil market 2019 outlook and new growth opportunities to 2025

Marijuana Oil Market 2019-2025 report supplies an analysis of the competitive picture and greatest players from the regional industry. On the competitive landscape, the global Marijuana Oil market report consists of complete profiles of key market players, product information, capacity, sales and share by gross profits supplied for improved understanding.

Additionally, global Marijuana Oil market forecast significantly underlines important segments for example types, significant improvements, forcing reliant on metropolitan areas, key businesses, and inventions. The Marijuana Oil report also provides estimations of revenue and development rate on each industry section.

Thu
28
Mar

Can Latin America become a world leader in the medical cannabis market?

The medical cannabis market in Latin America is expected to be worth $8.5bn in 2028. Health Europa explores the industry, highlighting the main drivers in the rising economy.

Latin America is emerging as one of the key players in the medicinal cannabis industry, particularly on the growing and agricultural side of business. Although Canada has always been dominant in the medical cannabis market, this is now under threat, and many Canadian companies are looking at moving south and working with Latin American suppliers.

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