Heilongjiang province hemp proposals could be basis for industrial policies.

By Mark Andrews

CBD Intel. 24/02/2012

In mid-January at the fourth meeting of the thirteenth People’s Congress of Heilongjiang, representative Ding Fei laid out a comprehensive plan to accelerate the growth of the hemp and CBD industries in the province.

“The proposals of the deputy can only represent a strong appeal and development voice of the industry. It can be used as a basis for national and local governments to formulate industrial policies,” said George Lau secretary general of the China Hemp Association.

Currently Heilongjiang is one of only two Chinese provinces which allows some form of limited CBD production, the other being Yunnan.

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