Agriculture Minister Audley Shaw says Jamaica will be partnering with the Harvard International Phytomedicines and Health-related Cannabis Institute (HIPI) in the United States on initiatives aimed at enhancing the country’s competitiveness in the international cannabis market.
Shaw, in producing the disclosure, mentioned that representatives of HIPI will be going to the island from September 30 to October two, as aspect of the impending arrangement.
Through the stop by, the group will participate in an informational tour of crucial facilities that are heavily involved in analysis associated to cannabis and other medicinal plants.
Speaking at the opening of the CanEx Small business Conference and Expo in the western capital of Montegy Bay on Thursday, Shaw mentioned that the Administration is committed to establishing the regional cannabis market in a holistic manner, which will bring financial advantages for Jamaicans.
“It is clear that we will have to take benefit of the possibilities for engagement at all levels. It is an fascinating time for us simply because we have this market [and] we see exactly where the landscape is enhancing.”
The CanEx Jamaica Small business Conference and Expo brings collectively best cannabis market specialists from the United States, Canada, South and Central America, Europe, Australia and the Caribbean.
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