Jamaica Partnership With Harvard Institute to Help Island Cannabis Compete Worldwide
“It is an exciting time for us because we have this industry, we see where the landscape is improving.”
Jamaica is looking to gain a competitive edge in the worldwide cannabis market by partnering with the American Harvard International Phytomedicines and Medical Cannabis Institute (HIPI).
Jamaican minister Audley Shaw has announced the island’s Ministry of Industry, Commerce Agriculture and Fisheries will team with HIPI to focus on developing various initiatives intended to provide Jamaica with that competitive edge.
Shaw said that HIPI representatives would be visiting the country this week to participate in a tour of research and cultivation facilities involved with growing cannabis and other plants with medicinal properties.
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