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Jamaica’s medical marijuana export rules face further delay

November 04, 2019

New regulations to facilitate the commercial export of medical cannabis from Jamaica, intended to make the country’s businesses competitive on the global stage, face further delay as relevant ministries iron out the final rules. Agriculture Minister Audley Shaw previously stated the regulations were to be finalized in September 2019. Speaking at a Public Administration and

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George Scorsis has been in the highly regulated sector for nearly two decades. He worked with companies that provide energy drink, medical cannabis, and alcoholic beverages. His over 15 years of work experience made him an asset to the company. He was the CEO and director of Liberty Health Sciences, a cannabis provider in the United States. He was the President of Red Bull Canada for over four years and generated total sales of $150 million. He was the President of Mettrum Health Corporation and the chairman of the board of directors of Scythian Biosciences Corporation.

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