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Guyana and Panama looking into establishing hemp sectors

The governments of Guyana and Panama say they are looking into establishing hemp sectors, as the number of countries exploring the crop in Latin American continues to quickly expand. Developments in both countries were announced this month.

Guyana’s government is reviewing feasibility studies, and has discussed hemp trials. In Panama, government representatives and deputies in the National Assembly agreed to form a committee to analyze hemp’s potential for industrial development during discussions about a proposed hemp la

In Guyana, hemp advocates cheered an announcement from Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs Anil Nandlall that the government is looking into hemp.

In Panama, ministries of Health, Foreign Trade and Agricultural Development met to talk through a proposed bill put forth by National Assembly Deputy Kayra Harding. “It is a good project both in terms of health, and in the commercial and agricultural aspects — and the Ministry of Health should participate in everything that concerns it,” Panama’s Health Minister Luis Francisco Sucre said.

Read more at hemptoday.net


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