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Banks versus pharmacists – first official extortion in the public drug scene – URUGUAY – by HANF JOURNAL .de

https://hanfjournal.de/2017/08/18/apotheken-in-uruguay-werden-aufgrund-legalen-hanfhandels-von-banken-verschmaeht/

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After moving forward in Uruguay in order to keep the own population of black market traders of illegal substances , unexpected hurdles seem to arise in the first country of the re-legalization of cannabis. The pharmacies in Uruguay are scorned by legitimate hemp trade by banks and have to fear their hitherto maintained money accounts. Either the cannabis sale would be discontinued, or abandoned to the formerly valued customer, it says on the side of the money institutions.

The President of the State Banco de la República, Jorge Polgar, said that no relations with pharmacies would have been accepted which would have received a license for the trade in marijuana . This is to prevent the international isolation of the bank which would actually be possible due to cross-border activities of the domestic financial institutions in the USA. According to international regulations, no accounts should be kept which are connected in any way to drug trafficking. Even if the government in Uruguay does not provide criminal prosecution for the public trade in cannabis – even behind the state’s distribution – the banks of the brave country feel their hands bound to international law.
In the absence of a solution to the surprising tangle mill in Uruguay, many of the twenty approved pharmacies would have to end their trade with the coveted and extremely affordable natural substance . A threatened blocking of his own bank account forced the medication-offering businessmen to the reluctant action, explained a lawyer of the pharmacist settlement of Uruguay.

Banks versus pharmacists – first official blackmail attempts in the public drug milieu!

 

 

 

Author: Cenedella.de

Over the last 4 decades I have been involved in the fight for patient rights in America, and now here in Germany. During my career I have served as a Board of Director for the World Trade Center San Diego and as a Lead Consultant for Deutsche Telekom's Executive Board, Co-Founded the San Diego Software Council and the Dayton Human Trafficking Accords and was Director of LawInfo's Lead Council Program. Previously I was a C-Level Business Development Executive in the technology sector, but also involved with the cannabis industry since 1977. More recently I have been fulltime in the legal medical marijuana industry here in Europe, helping international companies navigate the biggest potential market in the world. This website is light on details due to confidentiality issues with clients but be rest assured I am knowledgeable, professional and with street cred in the industry that can immediately assist your growth in some way. Consulting Services: Sales and Business Development Assist with Strategic Direction Professionally represent your firm Special Projects management Licensing and compliance Sales and Distribution networks Qualify potential partners I am your resource on the ground in Europe, contact me directly to schedule an initial discussion on the German Cannabis-as-Medicine market. Thank you, Philip J. Cenedella IV Call +1.888.206.3264 USA +49.0.151.720.17652 GERMANY Skype: philip.j.cenedella eMail: phil@cenedella.de LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cenedellade/

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