Mary CEO ‘Not Too Concerned’ About China’s CBD Cosmetics Ban
Mary Agrotechnologies CEO Frank Qin says he is “not too concerned” about China's recent CBD cosmetics ban, despite his company's plans to build a 150,000 square-foot cultivation and extraction plant in Yunnan, with the aim of supplying the domestic CBD market and exporting overseas.
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