The Ministry of Industry, Investment, and Commerce is moving to make doing business within the medicinal cannabis industry easier.
Speaking at a press conference held at Jamaica House recently, Portfolio Minister, Senator the Hon. Aubyn Hill, said efforts will be made to ensure that the Jamaican market has all the medicinal cannabis it needs.
“Under the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB), which is a product of the United Nations Single Convention Treaty of 1961, we will seek to ensure that the Jamaican market has all the medicinal cannabis products that it needs and, therefore, not need to import any medicinal cannabis. We will continue, of course, to keep in line with our treaty obligations,” Senator Hill stated.
“We are going to tighten the arrangements we have. One of the things we have to do is to make sure that the Statistical Institute of Jamaica (STATIN) works with us to arrive at what the market size is, because that’s a very important feature of the INCB, with which we’re working to make sure we stay in line,” he added.
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