GERMAN PHARMACIES RELY ON TRANSATLANTIC PARTNERSHIPS FOR MEDICAL CANNABIS
Germany is seen as the jewel of the European crown for many operators within the cannabis industry. This is not surprising given that Germany has the largest population in the European Union, its citizens are relatively affluent, it boasts a solid infrastructure and, most importantly, it has a functioning medicinal cannabis programme. A characteristic, if not stereotype, of the Germans is an exacting attention to detail. This permeates society on many levels. It’s no surprise then that to grow medicinal cannabis in Germany, the bar is set high. In fact, it is set so high, domestic supply is limited and it is unlikely to produce enough to satisfy the German market any time soon. This offers a wonderful opportunity for medicinal cannabis cultivators based in other countries. In order to supply medicinal cannabis to the ever-growing medical market, German pharmacies need to rely on imported products. As the number of markets in which it is legal to grow medicinal cannabis is limited, this offers a huge opportunity for countries such as Canada, who are able to export. Opportunities also lie for German distributors who hold the necessary licenses to import, store and distribute cannabis-based medicinal products into German pharmacies. One…
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