The Green Organic Dutchman acquires HemPoland for €30 million.
British beverage giant Diageo reportedly in talks with Canadian cannabis producers.
LGC Capital announces its Italian partner has begun planting cannabis at its facility.
Israeli company Seedo teams with hip hop artists to market home-grow cannabis “robot”.
What to consider when entering Europe's cannabis market.
Creso Pharma expands UK presence after signing agreement with Pharmacare Europe.
Aurora in talks to buy Uruguay-based ICC Labs.
Chemesis International agrees to acquire 80% of Puerto Rican firm Natural Ventures PR.
Australia has seen a significant increase in the number of cannabis patients.
Former CEO of Jamaica's cannabis licensing authority joins CROP’s executive team.
Australia’s Cann Group begins turning a profit.
Scythian Biosciences shifts focus exclusively to the United States.
Little Green Pharma becomes first Australian company to sell locally-grown cannabis.
Mexican courts refuse to decriminalise cannabis possession.
Female-focused company Fleurish granted production licence by Health Canada.
How MedMen conquered the Los Angeles cannabis market.
Jamaica could be the next destination for medical cannabis.
Activists in Seoul call on government for cannabis reform.
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