New Report Details Growth Of Global Cannabis Market to 2023


IRELAND: has released the “Cannabis Market by Product Type (Flower, Concentrates), Compound (THC-Dominant, CBD-Dominant, and Balanced THC & CBD), Application (Medical and Recreational), and Region (North America, South America, Europe, and Row) – Global Forecast to 2023″ report. Among the highlights: Growing medicinal application of cannabis is expected to drive the overall growth of the cannabis market Read the full article…

Europe’s Legal Cannabis Market Is A €56 Billion Opportunity

Europe's Legal Cannabis Market is a €56 Billion Opportunity - Prohibition Partners

UNITED KINGDOM: A new report from industry advisors, Prohibition Partners, suggests that Europe will become the largest legal cannabis market in the world once all countries have introduced legislation and regulation over the next five years. Cannabis is set to become the major global industry of the post-digital generation. It will drive economic and employment growth as well Read the full article…

Tilray Receives License to Produce Medical Cannabis In The European Union

Tilray to build European Union Campus in Portugal

Company Announces €20 Million Investment to Build EU Campus and Begin Operations this Year PORTUGAL: Tilray has announced plans today to invest up to €20 million in a European Union Campus after receiving licenses from the Government of Portugal to import cannabis genetics and to cultivate cannabis for medical purposes. “Tilray’s EU Campus is another strategic Read the full article…

'First Ever' Bill Proposes Legal Cannabis In France

People smoking a joint in France face a maximum penalty of a year behind bars and a €3,750 fine for the first offence, yet 13.4 million French people admit to sparking up at least once in their life.

FRANCE:  France is no Amsterdam when it comes to marijuana laws.  In fact, it has some of the toughest possession statutes in Europe,  but a first of its kind bill proposed this week could change that. The lawmaker behind the legislation tells The Local why marijuana should be legalized in France. People smoking a joint Read the full article…

Romania Becomes 10th Country In The EU To Allow Medical Use Of Marijuana

The new legislative change offers the Drug Agency the possibility to give its OK to producers that want to release such drugs on the market, according to Romanian PRO TV News.

ROMANIA: Romania has become the tenth country in the European Union to allow the use of medical marijuana to treat diseases such as epilepsy, cancer and multiple sclerosis.

Cannabis To Be Consumed Legally In Public Next to Parliament

NORML UK will be holding a static demonstration close to Parliament on October 9, 2013.

UNITED KINGDOM: The national organization for cannabis law reform, will be holding a static demonstration close to the Houses of Parliament on the 9th October 2013, commencing around midday. The purpose will be to protest the discriminatory laws whereby a medical cannabis patient from Europe is legally entitled to consume their herbal cannabis medicine in Read the full article…

Cannabis Cafes Could Set Up Shop In Berlin

Legally buying a few grams of marijuana might soon become reality in Berlin. Kreuzberg district's new mayor, Monika Herrmann, has plans to open Germany's first cannabis coffee shop.

GERMANY: When Monika Herrmann took office as Berlin Kreuzberg’s mayor in August, she made cannibis legalization a priority. It’s a topic igniting controversy in the city’s capital, especially with German federal elections set for Sept. 22.

Medical Marijuana, Inc. Subsidiary Signs Exclusive Marketing Agreement for European Cosmetic and Nutraceutical Company

Mail Order Marijuana through the US Post Office is still a pipe dream.

NEW YORK: Medical Marijuana Inc. (OTC Pink: MJNA) today announced that their subsidiary company, Canipa Holdings, has signed an exclusive worldwide distribution and marketing agreement with a prominent European-based pharmaceutical/ nutraceutical/cosmetics company.

Report: Dutch Lessons For U.S. Marijuana Policy

Dutch Policy a guidepost for US legalization

NETHERLANDS: A new report from the Open Society Global Drug Policy Program finds that the Dutch have effectively separated the markets for marijuana and hard drugs, leading to the “lowest rate of problem drug use in Europe”. The report titled “Coffee Shops and Compromise: Separated Illicit Drug Markets in the Netherlands” finds that only 14 percent of Dutch Read the full article…