Israel’s Together signs deal to grow cannabis in foreign country

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JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israel’s Together said on Tuesday it plans to grow up to 25 acres (10 hectares) of medical cannabis in a foreign country in a deal that could bring annual sales of $75-$300 million, depending on the size of each harvest.

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