Arcview Co-Hosts Hong Kong’s First Ever Cannabis Investor Symposium

Arcview Investor Forum comes to Hong Kong

CHINA: Hong Kong’s first-ever Cannabis Investor Symposium will take place on November 1, 2018 at the W Hotel. The one-day gathering is hosted by The Arcview Group, CannaTech and URI Capital Management. The Cannabis industry is the fastest growing market in the world and the legal cannabis business is expected to generate $57 billion globally by Read the full article…

Vape Co. CEO: Trump’s Trade War Will Stifle The Cannabis Industry

Tariffs won’t bring back jobs to America

The 25% increase in tariffs impact on vaping & cannabis NEW YORK:  Today, The Blinc Group’s Co-CEO,  Arnaud Dumas de Rauly,  is testifying at The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) public hearings regarding proposed tariffs on approximately $16 billion worth of Chinese products. These proposed tariffs increases – including HTS No. 8543709930 and HTS Read the full article…

China’s Marijuana Surprise

Chinese firms have filed 309 of the 606 patents relating to the drug.

CHINA:  An economic stir is happening in China, but it’s in an industry you might not expect. With more than half of the 600 relevant patents filed with the World Intellectual Property Office now owned by Chinese companies, the country is well positioned to dominate the global cannabis market. Which is very surprising for a nation where Read the full article…

Legalizing Marijuana Does Not Mean the U.S. Would Lose Ground to China

Brown's tweet contains some questionable assumptions. One, that legalized marijuana will worsen America's obesity problem and make the country stupider and sleepier, presumably because high people tend to get the munchies, act like idiots, and fall asleep on the sofa. And two, the United States will lose ground to China, which has no plans to adjust its strict prohibition of marijuana.

NEW YORK: The legalization of marijuana, effective New Year’s Day in Colorado and Washington, has divided American journalists, who seemed to spend much of the last three days re-litigating the subject. On Thursday, The New York Times‘ David Brooks wrote a column disclosing his youthful use of the drug and why, as a result, he opposes legalizing marijuana, Read the full article…

Legalizing Marijuana Does Not Mean the U.S. Would Lose Ground to China

Brown's tweet contains some questionable assumptions. One, that legalized marijuana will worsen America's obesity problem and make the country stupider and sleepier, presumably because high people tend to get the munchies, act like idiots, and fall asleep on the sofa. And two, the United States will lose ground to China, which has no plans to adjust its strict prohibition of marijuana.

NEW YORK: The legalization of marijuana, effective New Year’s Day in Colorado and Washington, has divided American journalists, who seemed to spend much of the last three days re-litigating the subject. On Thursday, The New York Times‘ David Brooks wrote a column disclosing his youthful use of the drug and why, as a result, he opposes legalizing marijuana, Read the full article…

As Cannabis Is Widely Legalized, China Cashes In On An Unprecedented Boom

Chinese firms have filed 309 of the 606 patents relating to the drug.

CHINA: Almost 5,000 years ago, Chinese physicians recommended a tea made from cannabis leaves to treat a wide variety of conditions including gout and malaria. Today, as the global market for marijuana experiences an unprecedented boom after being widely legalized, it is China that again appears to have set its eyes on dominating trade in the Read the full article…