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When it comes to exporting marijuana to Europe, the North American model might need a little work. The pace with which cannabis legalization is advancing across Canada and the U.S. — often ahead of needed regulations — does not work on a continent that literally speaks different languages, according to Strain Insider. As markets encounter turmoil here, armchair analysts may not have the answers they think they do to problems across the pond where business can move much more slowly. “There’s no point in talking about finance because there is no market yet,” said Laurène Tran, executive director of ACTIVE Europe, a CBD trade association that brings together participants in the cannabis industry from around the European Union. Europe needs time to warm to cannabis, but hope is slow and steady wins the race

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