After the Cannabis Control Bill passed in January, a market for the licensing for marijuana merchants will be opening.
Many activists raised concerns that the market will be saturated by local business giants and international merchants.Attorney General, Faris Al Rawi says there´s no way to deal with that fear and encouraged citizens to get into the game.
Businesses have been invited to comment on Trinidad and Tobago´s proposed medical cannabis law which is intended to form the legal framework for a new industry in the Caribbean´s largest economy and the deadline for submission was on Feb 14.
Cannabis Control Bill 2019 is currently before the Joint Select Committee in the House of Representatives.
If approved, the bill would allow for the regulatory control of medical cannabis and the establishment of the Trinidad and Tobago Cannabis Licensing Authority – key planks for a sustainable cannabis sector.