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French court approves sale of CBD to the delight of vendors and customers

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Customers arrive to buy CBD in a Parisian store following a decision by the Court of Cassation to overturn a ruling that banned the legal sale of products containing cannabidiol (CBD). Vendors see it as a welcome clarification on the previous vagueness of French legislation and a green light for their investments.

Added on the 24/06/2021 23:07:36 - Copyright : AFP EN

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