A Brazilian appeals court will decide whether companies and farmers can grow cannabis in South America's largest country.
This could open the door to legal medicinal and industrial cultivation after legislative efforts stalled in recent years.
The Supreme Court of Justice (STJ) decision, Brazil's top appellate court for non-constitutional matters, was released on March 14.
It establishes its jurisdiction to set a nationwide precedent regarding importing seeds and cultivating cannabis.
All pending . . .
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