Export regulations for the medicinal cannabis industry are expected to be finalised by the end of April.

Jamaica Promotions Corporation (JAMPRO) Manager for Logistics and Infrastructure Don Gittens made the disclosure as he addressed a Think Tank at the Jamaica Information Service (JIS) in Kingston last Thursday.

He explained, once export regulations are in place, we expect our licensees to trade medical cannabis to other jurisdictions that have cannabis. It is an excellent opportunity for everyone, especially for those involved in the cultivation of the plant,

JAMPRO has responsibility for investment and promotion of the medical cannabis industry.

Gittens told JIS News that based on weekly inquiries into the industry, the export regulations will be received well internationally.

He added that the regulations will allow the local market to fill the demand for medicinal cannabis globally.



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