(Editor's note: This is the fifth in a series of Q&As with speakers at MJBizConINT'L, Sept. 4-6, in Toronto. Peter Homberg's panel will discuss hemp and cannabis opportunities in Germany. To read the previous Q&A in this series, click here.) The quantity of medical cannabis that Germany's federal government approved for cultivation falls far short of actual demand, meaning the country is going to rely on imports for years to come. That's according to Peter Homberg, a partner in Dentons' Berlin...
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German cannabis cultivation 'far from sufficient to meet demand': Q&A with Dentons lawyer Peter Homberg
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