12. December 2013 Daniel Kruse

“I am glad to inform you that the “Cannabis Regulation Bill” was successfully approved.
Uruguay has now taken the first step into growing industrial hemp becoming the first country in South America to do so.
The Parlamentarian Drug Commission and Lower House approved in July this year the cannabis regulation bill in which the Industrail Hemp Farming Issue is included. Today the Upper House has approved the bill and it is now scheduled to be enacted by the government in the following weeks, after this and within 120 days the law will be regulated.
It is really fullfilling to know that after haveing undertaken great effort this change in the legal framework will allow me to grow hemp in South America in the next spring season 2014.
As it was mentioned in my presentation at the EIHA conference last year and at the CHTA conference last month a new market is opening its doors. It will be really a great opportunity for all of us to expand our business in a new market.
We have been working very hard for more than six years, to adapt the legal framework to develop hemp farming and industrialize hemp through partnerships with worldwide producers and to enable the opening of Latin American markets for hemp products and promote this industry.
I would like to invite all of you to join us and take advantage of the opportunity of expanding your business entering Uruguay led by The Latin America Hemp Trading.
Do not hesitate to contact us should you require more information.
Best regards,

Lic. Fabrizio Giamberini
Director
The Latin America Hemp Trading (The LAHT)
Montevideo – Uruguay
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