Germany Relaunches Cannabis Tender After Scuttling First Bid
At least three companies will be selected to grow 10,400 kilograms of medical cannabis in Germany over the next four years.
A week after cancelling its first cannabis tender, the German government is once again inviting marijuana growers to apply for the country’s first legal cultivation licenses.
On Friday, Germany’s Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM) put out a call for 10,400 kilograms of medical cannabis, to be grown in-country over the next four years. The government expects to award contracts in the first half of 2019.
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