Colombia’s Superintendency of Industry and Commerce has suggested the South American nation consider legalizing THC-rich exports for the global medical cannabis market. Reports Ganjaprenuer
Colombia may start laying the groundwork for THC-rich medical cannabis exports. In a letter to the Ministry of Health, the country’s Superintendency of Industry and Commerce (SIC) suggested that Columbia amend regulations to allow cannabis flower exports, Marijuana Business Daily reports.
Currently, only cannabis for “scientific purposes” can be exported from the South American nation. Yet, despite millions of dollars in foreign investment, Colombian cannabis exporters have struggled to gain a foothold in the global market. Experts believe this first-of-its-kind interjection by the SIC could push the Columbian government to allow medical cannabis exports.
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