Trans-Atlantic hemp trade hit by uncertainties - Cannabis News
Supply-chain disruptions and delivery delays have become the new normal for hemp and other agricultural commodities as governments keep their borders shut and planes grounded to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Pandemic-related flight restrictions, delays and increased fees have made the complicated business of moving hemp biomass and extracts across national borders more challenging in recent weeks.
Trans-Atlantic hemp transportation has been strained since at least mid-March, when U.S. President Donald Trump imposed a 30-day ban on passenger flights into the United States from Europe.
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Monica Raymunt ~ HempIndustryDaily.com ~