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Paraguay to have world’s first indigenous hemp-producing community

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The country's prominent position has allowed the cannabis industry for industrial purposes to grow, generating important sources of employment for several producers.

This fruitful context has enabled the natives of the Mboi Jagua community, in the department of Canindeyú, to become the first indigenous community in the world to produce hemp.

CCIP Paraguayan Chamber of Industrial Hemp chairman Marcelo Demp provided details on the long monitoring process developed with the indigenous community. He explained the important scope of the project and how it will enable the natives to earn a higher income and have a . . .

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