Jamaica is making it easier for its small business owners and farmers to enter the cannabis industry.
The Cannabis Licensing Authority of Jamaica (CLA) announced in late June that its special permit policy is in an advance stage of completion and consultations with interested parties have begun.
The goal of the CLA is to lower industry barriers by granting a “low-cost” two-year cultivation permit to small farmers in order to help them transition to licensed growers.
For the special permit, the CLA is proposing that all fees will be fifty percent (50%) less than the current fee for a cultivator’s (Tier 1) licence.
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