Warning 1 should be; this is the time to take note of what the Chinese are doing and be aware of how much they are already doing in the hemp sector.
Warning 2. Due to the fact there are no pesky barriers like democracy and rule of law (well, as we know it anyway) the very nature of their system will allow them to build an operating hemp sector for a booming consumer market very quickly.
Whether it be beer or hemp seed coffee and other fun consumerables. More importantly, though, we see that the future for industrial hemp in that country as brighter than anywhere else on the planet.
They need to completely rebuild and re-design cities, their infrastructure growth plan is almost unimaginable and here at CLR we look at the way they have been buying up entire industries from the west and re-inventing them.
For example, the automotive industry. Volvo has been owned by the Chinese for a number of years now and the same company has just made huge investments into Daimler Benz ( approx 10%) Never mind that they also 51% of Lotus and many other investments.
The car industry is ripe for hemp as we learn that plastics and other oil based products can quite easily be replaced by processed hemp products
While the rest of the world flounders worrying needlessly whether 0.3 or 0.4 % thc in the hemp plant is acceptable, China will surge forward. Yes their products may not meet strict EU or US defined standards but they certainly will out produce and out-create the competition with their desire to move forward and be succesful
Here’s the press release on Angry Tiger beer
Net Savings Link, Inc. (OTC:NSAV), announced today that the Company has bottled China’s first hemp beer.
The launch of Angry Tiger Beer coincided with the start of China’s Lantern Festival, which began over 2000 years ago and is commonly known as the Chinese Valentine’s Day and the climax of the Chinese New Year Celebration.
The launch was a joint collaboration between NSAV and its China Joint Venture Partner, the Blue Candy Brewery, which presently has 134 employees and an annual production capacity of 30,000 kiloliters.
Expansion plans call for an annual production capacity of 100,000 kiloliters.
China is the world’s largest consumer of beer.
Photos of the Company’s grand opening ceremony of its hemp beer launch, which took place at the Shanghai offices of another of NSAV’s China Joint Venture partners, AMC Shanghai, can be viewed on the Company’s website and can be accessed via the link below.
NSAV also announced that it is in talks with a major hemp beer producer in the Netherlands regarding a potential partnership, as well as a potential partner in the southeastern United States.
James Tilton, president of NSAV, stated, “I am truly pleased and honored that NSAV has beaten out all the giants of the beer industry and became the first to brew and bottle hemp beer in China. All NSAV shareholders have a right to be proud today.”