Faris: Where do we draw the line on 1% claims?

The AG says the oncoming industry is fair game for everyone interested
The Loop (Trinidad)
Friday, December 20, 2019

trinidad cannabis flagWhen the Cannabis Control Bill is passed in Trinidad & Tobago in January, a market for the licensing for marijuana merchants will be opening. Many activists and critics of the bill have raised concerns that the market will be saturated by local business giants and international merchants. Assuring that there will be a 30% local content stipulation as part of the Cannabis Control Bill, Attorney General, Faris Al Rawi says there’s no way to treat with that fear. “There is a very unfortunate drive in this country to label everything ‘1%’. How do you treat with that?” he questioned. (See also: Herbalist wants clarity, open market for local cannabis merchants | Cannabis Control JSC to look at licences)