From the United States to Australia, from Germany to Colombia, the Canadian cannabis sector continues to capitalize on an emerging global industry.

As countries around the world continue to reform their laws and legalize medical marijuana, new opportunities are created for Canadian cannabis producers.

Earlier this week, ICC International Cannabis Corporation (ICC.V) (ICCLF) announced that it has incorporated a subsidiary in Colombia, ICC Colombia S.A.S. to apply for a series of licenses pursuant to Article 2.8.11.2.1.2 of the Decree 613 of 2017, Article that develops Law1787 of 2016:

Seed License: This license grants a permit for the management of seeds that can be imported, exported, stored, transported and commercialized within Colombia.

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